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Tools taken from Tibenham van
Tools have been stolen from a van in Tibenham, prompting police to appeal for information.

EAST HARLING MURDER: Family of murdered Peter Wrighton pay further tribute to ‘mild-mannered’ and ‘gentle’ man
The family of murdered Banham pensioner Peter Wrighton said he would have been “so touched” that “so many people thought so highly of him” after cards, flowers and kind words poured in for him following his death.

Harleston braced for first town council election in decades
A South Norfolk town council is facing its first election in more than three decades.

READER LETTER: Some strange reactions to McDonalds planning application
What a very strange, but perhaps predictable, range of reactions concerning the proposed new service area at Scole.

Vehicle windows smashed in Harleston
Police are appealing for information after a vehicle’s windows were smashed in Harleston.

Suspended sentence for Eye pensioner who obtained benefits when she failed to declare earnings
A widowed pensioner from Eye who obtained benefits when she failed to declare earnings has been handed a suspended prison sentence.

Suffolk MP calls on authorities to bring HGV ‘misery’ in Wetheringsett to an end
A Suffolk MP has told authorities “urgent action” is needed to end HGV misery in Town Lane, Wetheringsett.

Redenhall with Harleston Town Council chairman quits during meeting – and criticises town’s business forum
Redenhall with Harleston Town Council chairman Barry Woods resigned during a meeting on Wednesday – as the row over the town’s car parking intensified.

Date set for parish poll on the future of Harleston’s car parks
A parish poll on the future of Harleston’s car parking will occur within weeks.

UPDATED/PICTURES: Anxious wait for students in Diss Express area over as our teenagers make the grade on A-level results day
The wait is over for students across the Diss Express area as they pick up their A-level results this morning.

The Scole Inn sold to become Verve hotel
The Scole Inn has been sold and is set to become a Verve Hotel later this year.

Meet the man visiting all of Norfolk’s village signs
Summer is a time for going on holiday, visiting beaches and relaxing – but not for Andrew Tullett. He plans to spend his summer photographing every village sign in Norfolk.

The Complementary Medicine Centre in Eye to close after 400 per cent rent hike claim
A medicine centre based at Hartismere Hospital in Eye is to close – claiming their rent is facing an increase of more than 400 per cent.

Hoxne-based tree surgeons prove they are a cut above after national championship success
A pair of tree surgeons have proved they are a cut above the competition after they were successful at a national logging championships.

Diss cyclist to mark 75th birthday with 1,000 mile ride
A Diss cyclist will mark his 75th birthday in style – by biking 1,000 miles and tackling the famous Land’s End to John O’Groats route for charity.

New Buckenham cancer survivor ‘over the moon’ at fundraising total as pool team goes pink
A New Buckenham woman diagnosed with breast cancer says she is ‘overwhelmed’ with the public’s generosity – after her partner’s pool team went pink for a season.

Disruption expected when roadworks begin in Tivetshall next week
Disruption is expected with roadworks in The Street, Tivetshall, which are due to start on Monday and last one week.

EAST HARLING MURDER: Man accused of murdering Peter Wrighton appears at crown court
A man accused of killing 83-year-old Peter Wrighton has appeared at Norwich Crown Court today.

Charity drive boosts Eye Works 4 U which supports disadvantaged adults
Eye Works 4 U has raised more than £603 in their latest fundraising event for their project, which supports disadvantaged adults.

EAST HARLING MURDER: Man, 23, charged with murder
A 23-year-old man has been charged with the murder of an elderly dog walker, who was stabbed to death in woodland near East Harling.


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