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Man charged for morning cross-county crime spree

Man charged for morning cross-county crime spree

The man was charged with a number of offences that took place in Suffolk and Norfolk yesterday.


Advantages of using a coffee machine with an integrated grinder

Advantages of using a coffee machine with an integrated grinder

We all know how tough it can be to choose coffee equipment sometimes. When it's time to buy a coffee machine, there is more choice than ever.


High school student set to represent country in world karate championships

High school student set to represent country in world karate championships

Alex Taylor will have the weight his country on his shoulders when he competes in the World Traditional Karate Association Championships this year


Hundreds of visitors descend upon town to mark the return of much-loved garden show

Hundreds of visitors descend upon town to mark the return of much-loved garden show

Eye Open Gardens returned this month after being cancelled for the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic


Pub marks start of new chapter following new refurb

Pub marks start of new chapter following new refurb

The Greyhound has introduced TV sports, darts, pool and live entertainment following a refurbishment job which saw it closed for several months


Bereaved dad raises more than £2,000 after cycling 400 miles in memory of son

Bereaved dad raises more than £2,000 after cycling 400 miles in memory of son

Ian Doe has raised more than £2,000 after taking on an eye-watering 400-mile bike ride from Wales to Lowestoft


Council outline potential uses for soon to be former HQ

Council outline potential uses for soon to be former HQ

South Norfolk Council are set to move from Cygnet Court later this year


MP weighs in on controversial pylon project

MP weighs in on controversial pylon project

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has had his say on the National Grid's East Anglia GREEN project


Warnings that controversial pylon project could spell the end for beloved museum

Warnings that controversial pylon project could spell the end for beloved museum

Plans to erect electricity across Norfolk and Suffolk could “seal the fate” of a beloved tourist attraction, bosses have warned


Retirees prepare to embark on third humanitarian mission to Ukraine

Retirees prepare to embark on third humanitarian mission to Ukraine

This time Peter Bee and Glyn Jordan will bring with them more than £50,000 in supplies along with a Land Rover that has been donated to them


Vintage antique store wows visitors with stunning Jubilee display

Vintage antique store wows visitors with stunning Jubilee display

Paul Allum spent 10 hours painstakingly putting together more than 1,000 figurines to mark the Platinum Jubilee


Mourners pay tribute to beloved businesswoman

Mourners pay tribute to beloved businesswoman

Judy Seaman rubbed shoulders with a host of prime ministers and world leaders through her career as the co-founder of a franchise consultancy company


Village becomes first in county to boast community-run electric car charging point

Village becomes first in county to boast community-run electric car charging point

Residents celebrated the installation of Norfolk’s first community electric charging point last month


Biogas developers put new planning application to planning authority

Biogas developers put new planning application to planning authority

Campaigners have accused an energy developer of 'manipulating the public' after they announced they would be reducing the size of Deal Farm Biogas


A brand new tool hire depot and pressure washing cleaning company is now open in Diss

A brand new tool hire depot and pressure washing cleaning company is now open in Diss

4 Hire Ltd & 4FRONT CLEANING are now up and running in Diss and here they explain what you can expect from them.


Bereaved mum makes plea for maintenance of graveyard where five-month-old daughter is buried

Bereaved mum makes plea for maintenance of graveyard where five-month-old daughter is buried

Over the past 10 years, Natalie Read has had to clear away grass and weeds from the grave of her daughter


Social enterprise looking to combat period poverty in south Norfolk

Social enterprise looking to combat period poverty in south Norfolk

The founder of Hey Girls has warned that women and girls are being forced to turn to unsafe alternatives due to the rising costs of period products


Hundreds visit railway station for visit of 143-year-old locomotive

Hundreds visit railway station for visit of 143-year-old locomotive

The Beyer Peacock no. 1827 has become the oldest locomotive to ever run on the Mid Suffolk Light Railway line


Family of crash victim describe dad-of-three as 'life and soul of the party'

Family of crash victim describe dad-of-three as 'life and soul of the party'

William Pererra was killed last year when his grey Audi TT collided with a tree


Villagers put on extraordinary corgi display to honour Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Villagers put on extraordinary corgi display to honour Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Dozens of cut out corgis were displayed outside of St Peter's Church last weekend to mark the Platinum Jubilee celebrations