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A treasure trove of gifts, crafts and decor brings dream to life

A treasure trove of gifts, crafts and decor brings dream to life

Mollies At The Mere throws open its doors to the town's shoppers.


'We’re a bit more boring', says Attleborough Mayor after Council troubles

'We’re a bit more boring', says Attleborough Mayor after Council troubles

Attleborough Town Council was beset by infighting after a series of extraordinary meetings, claims of bullying and police attendance.


Farm shop takes root with fast-growing range of fresh food

Farm shop takes root with fast-growing range of fresh food

A business has been upporting local farmers through the sale of varied, fresh seasonal produce.


Diss Town Council considering measures to prevent more travellers

Diss Town Council considering measures to prevent more travellers

Officials are considering measures to prevent further incidents after a convoy of travellers set up camp on Diss Park over the weekend.


Living history performance in Harleston

Living history performance in Harleston

Actors will occupy locations around the town and deliver speeches about life in the 1600s and the Mayflower voyage.


Aldi closed for refurbishment

Aldi closed for refurbishment

Aldi has closed for 12 days while renovation work takes place inside the store.


Farmers are targeted in rural crime

Farmers are targeted in rural crime

There has been a rise in thefts from farming vehicles recently with farmers urged to protect their equipment.


Leopard cubs’ mother dies at zoo

Leopard cubs’ mother dies at zoo

Two rare Sri Lankan leopards have now died within the last month.


Man who died in Fersfield collision is named

Man who died in Fersfield collision is named

A man who died in a collision in Fersfield two weeks ago has been named as an inquest is opened.


Back in business: As firms reopen their doors, here's how they've made working from the office safer

Back in business: As firms reopen their doors, here's how they've made working from the office safer

Flexible hours, staggered start times and deep cleaning - get ready for a new way of working


Global protests seek to bring about change in South Africa

Global protests seek to bring about change in South Africa

Peaceful demonstration were conducted around the world to try to bring about change in how South Africa is governed.


Ex-straw-dinary field of entries are cream of crop

Ex-straw-dinary field of entries are cream of crop

Some fantastic entries have been fielded in the 2020 Scarecrow Festival in Kenninghall


Council loses £3m due to pandemic

Council loses £3m due to pandemic

Income losses from the coronavirus pandemic has left Mid Suffolk District Council having to bridge a gap of more than £3 million in its budget.


Eat Out to Help Out divides opinion amongst business owners

Eat Out to Help Out divides opinion amongst business owners

Businesses in Diss are divided on the impact of the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which ended this month.


Midwich boss praises firm's resilience during pandemic

Midwich boss praises firm's resilience during pandemic

Midwich CEO Stephen Fenby said that trading “had not been as bad as it could have been” – after the company saw growth drop by only four per cent.


Diss radio station secures future after securing Ofcom grant

Diss radio station secures future after securing Ofcom grant

Park Radio has landed a grant by the broadcasting regulator as part of its Community Radio Fund


School and pub temporarily close after positive tests

School and pub temporarily close after positive tests

The Dennington Queen and Old Buckenham High School volunteered to close temporarily


‘They will make a great difference’

‘They will make a great difference’

More than 30 new clergy members have been ordained in recent weeks.


Norfolk health boss says no need for local lockdown despite rise in cases at Banham Poultry

Norfolk health boss says no need for local lockdown despite rise in cases at Banham Poultry

The chief of public health at Norfolk County Council has said that there is no justification for a localised lockdown in the county.


Four treated for carbon monoxide poisoning

Four treated for carbon monoxide poisoning

Four people were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning after going glamping.