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Residents have been left unhappy by parking changes

Residents have been left unhappy by parking changes

New meters and charges were introduced last week before being covered up just days later, adding to confusion.


Gift box appeal to give big squeeze the heave-ho

Gift box appeal to give big squeeze the heave-ho

The community of Harleston is helping once again in the run up to Christmas.


BREAKING: Norfolk and Suffolk will be in Tier 2 lockdown rules as of December

BREAKING: Norfolk and Suffolk will be in Tier 2 lockdown rules as of December

All of Norfolk and Suffolk will both be in Tier 2 as part of the regional lockdown that commences on December 2.


Norfolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

Norfolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

The county has been given the medium tier of restrictions post-lockdown - despite having some high infection rates.


The engineering firm bringing a new kind of energy to Diss

The engineering firm bringing a new kind of energy to Diss

Four Wood Services is preparing itself for what promises to be a busy few months after seeing a boom in business during lockdown.


Road closed after car crashes into wall

Road closed after car crashes into wall

A driver has escaped serious injury after crashing into a wall and partially blocking a road.


Pandemic sees sales in handwashing book by Norfolk children's author rocket

Pandemic sees sales in handwashing book by Norfolk children's author rocket

Heather Maisner's "Dinosaur Douglas and the Yucky Mucky Fingers", published in 2018, teaches children the importance of hand-washing.


Surge in positive virus cases ‘in line with expectations’, says Attleborough mayor

Surge in positive virus cases ‘in line with expectations’, says Attleborough mayor

Coronavirus cases have spiked significantly in the town.


Art and generosity help man to heal

Art and generosity help man to heal

A man is giving away his oil paintings for free to anyone who enjoys them.


Volunteers lay foundations of new community garden

Volunteers lay foundations of new community garden

Volunteers from the village have laid the foundations for a blooming community garden.


Police search for wanted man

Police search for wanted man

Suffolk Police have released a photo of a man wanted for aggravated bodily harm and theft.


Mother and son visit all corners of county for charity

Mother and son visit all corners of county for charity

The duo cycled and walked almost 1,000 miles to raise money for charity.


Let’s get physical! How to keep in shape during lockdown

Let’s get physical! How to keep in shape during lockdown

No gym? No sweat... there's plenty of ways you and the family can get fit before Christmas


Author releases DNA detective book

Author releases DNA detective book

The book is one of a series of children's books with a DNA theme.


Backing UK businesses: How the Government is extending its furlough scheme

Backing UK businesses: How the Government is extending its furlough scheme

Take a look at the unprecedented financial package giving workers and firms certainty over the coming months


Post Office robbery update

Post Office robbery update

Police have issued a description of a man who jumped over the counter brandishing two knives


Banham Zoo offering annual passes to local 'community champions'

Banham Zoo offering annual passes to local 'community champions'

Banham Zoo is offering annual passes to ‘community champions’, who have made a difference to their community during the pandemic.


Knife wielding man targets Post Office in robbery

Knife wielding man targets Post Office in robbery

A knife was used in the robbery, which took place in a Post Office this morning


How a seafood lover from Turkey found his plaice in Diss

How a seafood lover from Turkey found his plaice in Diss

Cemal Adiguzel speaks about his background, and taking over at Fair Green Fish Bar.


Scouts and care home residents pull off un-bee-lievable art collaboration

Scouts and care home residents pull off un-bee-lievable art collaboration

A Suffolk care home has joined forces with a local scouts group to take part in a international drawing festival