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Road blocked for more than an hour after two-car crash in Tivetshall St Margaret
A pair of motorists escaped injury after two cars were involved in a crash in Tivetshall St Margaret this morning.

Norfolk County Council sites in Brockdish and Attleborough may go under the hammer
Two sites owned by Norfolk County Council – one in Attleborough and another in Brockdish – are set to be sold.

Bin fire tackled in Attleborough
A bin fire was tackled by a crew in Attleborough on Sunday evening.

Time, place, and people right for Harleston businessman to roll out new carpet shop
The thought of reopening a shop had been nagging Richard Joselyn for years – but he believes he is in the right place, at the right time, with the right people to roll out a carpet store once again.

Diss historian raids his collection for latest charity calendar
Diss historian Dennis Cross has raided his vast collection once again – producing a calendar in a bid to raise funds for charity.

Keen amateur photographer and Diss Express contributor dies
Diss Express contributor and keen amateur photographer Peter Hawkins has died. He was 79.

Harleston election deadline this Friday
The deadline for nominations to stand for election as a Redenhall with Harleston Town Councillor is 4pm on Friday.

British and American military veterans and active service members join forces for Thorpe Abbotts dig
British and American military veterans along with active service members joined forces for an archaeological dig at the former RAF Thorpe Abbotts, earlier this month.

WATCH: Driver disqualified after near ‘fatal’ accident with two police cars on the A143 at Harleston
This is the moment a pair of police officers had just moments to react to avoid a near fatal collision at Harleston.

Diss father to tackle obstacle course in memory of five-week old son
A Diss father is to take on a new fundraising obstacle course in memory of his son, Jake.

COLUMN: Richard Bacon MP - ‘Now widespread recognition our housing market does not work properly’
There is now widespread recognition that our housing market doesn’t work properly.

READER LETTER: About time we had a plaque
My dear old mum, Mary Ellen Gillings (Nellsie), has been gone ten years now.

North Lopham primary school kicks off year with some ‘good’ news
Pupils and staff at a primary school in North Lopham are celebrating after being rated as ‘good’ in a recent Ofsted report.

Christmas closure and weekend disruption as further work planned for Norwich to London line
Network Rail has revealed commuters will experience a ten day closure at Christmas as ‘vital’ work is carried out on the line between Norwich and London.

Rotary Club of Diss Waveney helps student learn new skills
A young student has just completed a week-long personal development course, thanks to the Rotary Club of Diss Waveney.

Aslacton couple’s fundraiser is a real family affair
A couple from Aslacton have helped raise more than £2,000 in what turned out to be a real family affair,

Hundreds gather for Middy’s Steam Railway Gala in Wetheringsett
It was full steam ahead for Mid Suffolk Light Railway Museum in Wetheringsett as the Middy’s Steam Railway Gala raised funds.

Dutch deal looks like sound business for Diss-based Midwich
A Diss company has acquired a majority stake in a specialist distributor of audio visual and lighting solutions in the Netherlands.

‘My appointment is signal for change’ says councillor elected to Redenhall with Harleston authority at second attempt
A 21-year-old man, who failed to be co-opted on to his local council earlier this year, has been elected to it unopposed.

Thornham Parva man uses pedal power for good cause
While the Tour of Britain raced across the county, one keen cyclist in Thornham Parva did not go very far at all – but still raised a huge amount of money by cycling the length of stage six on a static bike.

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