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Obese children ‘more likely to struggle at school’
Britain’s obesity epidemic is damaging children’s intelligence, suggests new research.

Five men jailed for a total of 112 years for Bury St Edmunds murder conspiracy
Five men convicted of conspiring to commit murder at a flat in Bury St Edmunds have today (September 30) been jailed.

New urgency in search for missing Honington airman Corrie
Searches are continuing to find missing 23-year-old Corrie McKeague who was last seen in Bury St Edmunds almost a week ago.

New traditional country pub installed at Eye care home
An Eye care home has raised a toast to its newest feature - a traditional country pub, installed at the request of its residents.

VIDEO: Vets warn dog owners about parasite on the rise as autumn begins
New figures have revealed that the parasite lungworm which targets dogs has been found in nearly every county in the UK.

Hoxne pupils join global celebrations of World School Milk Day
Milk matters - so much so that children in Hoxne joined with thousands of others in more than 30 countries to mark the 17th annual World School Milk Day.

CLASS OF THE WEEK - Wortham Primary School
The Bumblebee Class of Wortham Primary School have been selected as the Diss Express Class of the Week this time around.

Family of disabled Diss boy thanks Co-op after vital buggy donation
The mother of a disabled four-year-old boy in Diss says a donation from their local Co-operative store makes a “huge difference” to the family.

Flat fire battled in Attleborough
Fire crews from Norfolk battled a flat fire in Attleborough yesterday morning.

‘Essential repairs’ can now take place at Banham church after £229,000 grant
‘Essential’ repairs can now be carried out at a Grade 1 listed south Norfolk Church after it received a grant of £229,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The purr-fect job for animal lovers? East Harling’s Feline Care Cat Rescue are recruiting
An East Harling animal charity is offering the purr-fect opportunity for cat lovers after advertising for two full-time positions.

First images of how streetscape will look revealed as part of Diss Heritage Triangle project
A big milestone in the Diss Heritage Triangle project is set to be hit when the new road designs for St Nicholas Street, Market Hill, and the section of Market Place that connects them are unveiled.

House fire in Hoxne
A fire crew from Stradbroke was called to tackle a house fire in Hoxne yesterday afternoon.

Police probe reports of two bodies on Norfolk mud bank
Police are investigating reports that the bodies of two people have been seen at an estuary on the Norfolk coast.

Rare Black Moon to rise tomorrow night
It could bring with it world destruction, black magic or the Second Coming - or just get moongazers out in force.

Diss Tandoori restaurant celebrates 30 years in business
In the past three decades, the Diss townscape has greatly evolved, with many shops opening and closing, some areas expanding and others shrinking.

Argos creates more than 10,000 Christmas jobs
High street retailer Argos is to recruit more than 10,000 seasonal staff to work in its stores over the busy Christmas period.

Mums call for Aldi to recall ‘sensitive’ baby wipes after children’s allergic reaction
A mum is demanding Aldi recall baby wipes after her two-year-old daughter suffered a horrific rash - which looked like severe sunburn.

Continuity the key to new Alburgh school headteacher’s strategy
The new headteacher at the helm of Alburgh with Denton Primary School says she is looking to pick up where her predecessor left off, and does not plan to make big changes.

Missing Suffolk schoolgirl is found safe
A 15-year-old girl who wen missing from her Suffolk home has been found safe.


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