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Carbon footprint-conscious tattooist to bring studio to Harleston

A carbon footprint-conscious proprietor is set to bring a tattoo studio to Harleston.

Team serving Harleston, Burston, Palgrave and Attleborough up for top mental health award

A team supporting people with learning disabilities and mental illness is through to the finals of a psychiatry award.

Old Framlinghamians return to enjoy a taste of the past

Former pupils of a house at Framlingham College have returned to enjoy a bottle of port which was laid down 50 years ago.

Police appeal after car stolen and damaged in Diss

A Ford Focus was stolen from a residence on Gainsborough Avenue in Diss yesterday afternoon, prompting a police appeal for information.

Eye Lights Out and Great War Exhibition will pay tribute

The 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War is set to be commemorated with a number of events in Eye.

MEMORY LANE: Photos from Burston archive

Memory Lane is returning this week to the stash of photos of the Burston area in the possession of Helen Grant of Sydney, Australia.

WWI FEATURE: Diss and district in summer 1916

The summer of 1916 marked the end of an era in military recruitment, which would have resonated in the Diss area.

Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley to stand down in 2015

Under-pressure Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley is to stand down at next year’s general election.

Life threatening injuries for motorcyclist after A140 crash

A motorcyclist has suffered life threatening injuries after a collision on the A140 at Long Stratton.

Town council plans expansion for Diss CCTV and wi-fi system

A comprehensive CCTV system and free wi-fi network for Diss town centre could be further expanded to other parts of the town, as work on the original project nears completion.

Man seriously injured after Stoke Ash car crash

A 26-year-old man was left critically injured following a serious traffic collision along the A140 road in Stoke Ash early on Sunday morning.

COLUMN: Mrs Grumpy, of Diss- ‘Don’t be ill on a Bank Holiday Weekend, unless you want to save our NHS money.’

I love the NHS. It’s not their fault.

Are there too many charity shops in Diss?

With a tenth charity shop soon to open its doors on Mere Street, Diss, some residents are beginning to ask: How many is too many?

Homes in Botesdale first to benefit from scheme to install solar panels to cut energy costs

Mid Suffolk and Barbergh District Councils have installed solar panels on over 2,000 council homes in the hope of saving £5million in energy costs in the next 20 years.

South Norfolk residents are above-average health, says NHS profile

People in south Norfolk are healthier than the average English citizen, according to newly-released annual studies conducted by the NHS.

Mendlesham power station saga ends as developer withdraws appeal

A long-running saga to bring a £100 million straw-fired power station to north Suffolk appears to have ended after the developer withdrew its appeal.

Boundary issues stall Eye neighbourhood plan progress

Issues over the boundary of a proposed neighbourhood plan in Eye have stalled its progress.

Hartismere schoolteacher couple retire after 50 years of service

A married couple who have taught at a north Suffolk school for more than 50 years between them are set to retire.

Attleborough Academy students enjoy American Diner-style prom

The staff and students of Attleborough Academy excelled themselves in the preparation and delivery of an incredible prom for their Year 11’s.

Young businessman launches new digger and plant hire business with help of JCB scheme

A JCB scheme has helped a 25-year-old man from Thornham Magna to set up his own business.


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