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Twins, 10, take it upon themselves to sort out village's litter problems

Twins, 10, take it upon themselves to sort out village's litter problems

Armed with a pair of litter-pickers and bin bags, twins Nancy and Fletcher Hutton have spent their lockdown cleaning up their village.


Business builds on 20 years of success in lockdown landscape

Business builds on 20 years of success in lockdown landscape

A business has continued to build on its success despite the challenges of lockdowns.


Sanctuary can’t make hay while the sun doesn’t shine

Sanctuary can’t make hay while the sun doesn’t shine

An animal sanctuary is issuing a plea for help after hay costs soared through winter.


Jordan is in-tent on pitching pop-up business to families

Jordan is in-tent on pitching pop-up business to families

A business has experienced a resurgence as families begin to make post-lockdown plans.


Officials praise 'fantastic' response to last month's coronavirus testing roll-out

Officials praise 'fantastic' response to last month's coronavirus testing roll-out

Officials have praised the response to the testing roll-out in Diss and Roydon last month, which saw eight out of ten people turn up to get tested.


Police warn south Norfolk residents following cold callers in the area

Police warn south Norfolk residents following cold callers in the area

Residents in south Norfolk are being urged to be vigilant following reports of suspected cold callers operating in the area.


Country house sweating on bid to create sauna

Country house sweating on bid to create sauna

Planning application has been submitted for a swimming pool and sauna as part of an extension to a grade II listed hall.


Crime continues to climb despite life in lockdown

Crime continues to climb despite life in lockdown

Data reveals accelerating crime figures in the town.


Station back on the airwaves after radio mast difficulties

Station back on the airwaves after radio mast difficulties

A Diss radio station is back up and running after being taken off the airwaves for almost a week following complications with its radio mast.


New large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre launches

New large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre launches

The NHS has launched a new large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre in Harleston today


Sitting pretty in bid to nail 300km run

Sitting pretty in bid to nail 300km run

A trio of running novices will be hitting the road to cover 300km in March to raise money for charity.


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Woman taken to hospital after fire

Woman taken to hospital after fire

A woman has been taken to hospital after being rescued from a house fire.


Diss Man, 22, to appear in court in connection with arson attack that killed 50 pigs

Diss Man, 22, to appear in court in connection with arson attack that killed 50 pigs

The man has been charged with a string of arson attacks that took place in the space of a week.


The smooth operators thriving after Brexit

The smooth operators thriving after Brexit

How businesses are keeping things moving under new rules for trade with the EU


Piano songs fine-tuned for Peter following stroke

Piano songs fine-tuned for Peter following stroke

A stroke survivor is playing the piano once again with a helping hand from a friend - and Bach.


Star cyclist is on the road to success

Star cyclist is on the road to success

An 11-year-old star cyclist has been sponsored for the second year running by a local business.


Diss and Roydon testing rollout is to be scaled back

Diss and Roydon testing rollout is to be scaled back

Home testing collection points are to close this week and testing centre operating hours have been reduced.


Residents’ relief as tide turns in planning wrangle

Residents’ relief as tide turns in planning wrangle

Town's contentious 110-home planning application is hitting obstacles to the relief of residents.


Diss and Roydon Councillor Graham Minshull reassures residents their results will be coming soon

Diss and Roydon Councillor Graham Minshull reassures residents their results will be coming soon

Councillor Minshull also praised the "incredible" success of the rollout so far.