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Meet Roy Aziz: Diss' top mobile phone repairman

Meet Roy Aziz: Diss' top mobile phone repairman

Since moving to Diss nearly 20 years ago, Roy Aziz has built a reputation as the town’s go-to mobile phone repairman


Man, 26, sentenced after pleading guilty to selling Class A drugs in south Norfolk town

Man, 26, sentenced after pleading guilty to selling Class A drugs in south Norfolk town

Mark Moulton had pleaded guilty to five charges of being concerned in the supply of Class A and Class B drugs


Firm surprise employee with signed Norwich City shirt after almost half a century of service

Firm surprise employee with signed Norwich City shirt after almost half a century of service

Lifelong Norwich supporter Eddie Edwards was given a present he wont forget to mark his departure after 44 years


Tongan volcano impact picked up by amateur meteorologist

Tongan volcano impact picked up by amateur meteorologist

Luke Broom-Lynne's £100 weather station had picked up a drop in atmospheric pressure caused by the volcano more than 10,000 miles away


Diss' biggest firm see profitability return to pre-pandemic levels for first time

Diss' biggest firm see profitability return to pre-pandemic levels for first time

Specialist AV distributor Midwich reported revenue in excess of £850 million for 2021 – the highest in the company’s history


Meet the heroes behind the drive to get Britain boosted

Meet the heroes behind the drive to get Britain boosted

Brave veterans all over the country have responded to a different kind of call to arms – arms ready for a booster jab


Police boss 'disappointed' as 161 arrested over Christmas for drink and drug driving related offences

Police boss 'disappointed' as 161 arrested over Christmas for drink and drug driving related offences

Jon Chapman has expressed his frustration after figures revealed that nearly 20 per cent of those stopped over Christmas were under the influence


Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Around 70 people mobilised in front of Deal Farm Biogas on Wednesday to voice their opposition to the controversial plant


Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

The money raised will go towards paying for books for pupils focusing on diversity and sex education


The masseuse immersing her clients in sound

The masseuse immersing her clients in sound

Rose Haynes is offering 'sound baths' for people looking to dip their toes into meditation


Organisers behind Mere Octagon ready to take on new entrepreneurs with Diss Dragons' Den

Organisers behind Mere Octagon ready to take on new entrepreneurs with Diss Dragons' Den

A defunct tourist information centre has been repurposed into the Mere Octagon, offering start-up businesses short leases to test their business plans


Restaurant stops serving French food and wine in protest of country's government

Restaurant stops serving French food and wine in protest of country's government

1066 At The Chequers has taken all French fare off its menu in protest at their government’s treatment towards the United Kingdom


Ambulance firm carrying Peggy Copeman struck off following CQC inspection

Ambulance firm carrying Peggy Copeman struck off following CQC inspection

Premier Rescue Ambulance Service, which was carrying an 81-year-old woman as she died has been shut down by care watchdogs


Council threaten to remove shelter if vandalism continues

Council threaten to remove shelter if vandalism continues

A town council has threatened to remove a piece of play area equipment if vandalism continues after it was irreparably damaged last week


Dad with brain tumour speaks of trauma after months of misdiagnoses

Dad with brain tumour speaks of trauma after months of misdiagnoses

Over several visits to his GP, Gareth Stevens was told the persistent pain in his face was likely the result of teeth clenching or depression


Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

The incident comes amidst growing frustration amongst Bressingham and Fersfield residents about the number of HGVs travelling through the area


Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Developers behind Deal Farm Biogas were notably absent at Monday's meeting – but have thanked residents for their invitation


Town rocked following shooting of former Mayor

Town rocked following shooting of former Mayor

The shooting of Tony Crouch has caused widespread shock amongst residents


Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

A duck farming business has formed an unlikely partnership with a wildlife conservation group to save the endangered birds along the Little Ouse River


Author's latest novel becomes Amazon number one bestseller

Author's latest novel becomes Amazon number one bestseller

Jenni Keer is enjoying a wave of plaudits following the release of her latest book, which she penned during lockdown last year