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Mum’s run in memory of Callum

Mum’s run in memory of Callum

Two friends are running 874 miles each to raise money for charity.


Constituency carousel

Constituency carousel

Boundary battle lines are to be redrawn for constituencies across the east of England.


Man airlifted to hospital after collision in town

Man airlifted to hospital after collision in town

A motorcyclist has been airlifted to hopsital suffering with leg injuries after colliding with a car near Aldi.


Burglar is sentenced for six-week spree

Burglar is sentenced for six-week spree

A burglar serving a jail term has had his sentence extended after being found guilty of a further 13 offences.


Woman found dead after concern for safety call

Woman found dead after concern for safety call

A woman in her 70s has been found dead in her home after police were called due to concerns over her safety.


Rotary clubs come together to celebrate VE day anniversary

Rotary clubs come together to celebrate VE day anniversary

Two Rotary clubs came together to celebrate the belated anniversary of VE Day after lockdown had prevented them from doing so last year.


Vaccine take-up rockets following opening of Diss centre

Vaccine take-up rockets following opening of Diss centre

Vaccine take-up sky-rocketed across south Norfolk in the first weekend after a vaccination hub opened in Diss, according to new figures.


Charity recognised by the Queen for its work supporting people during lockdown

Charity recognised by the Queen for its work supporting people during lockdown

Hour Community has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.


Moris Minor enthusiasts enjoy first pub meet in more than a year

Moris Minor enthusiasts enjoy first pub meet in more than a year

A group of Morris Minor enthusiasts lined up outside a Suffolk pub last month as they enjoyed their first outing in more than a year.


Pair of twenty-somethings open electrical store on high street

Pair of twenty-somethings open electrical store on high street

Two young tradesmen are bringing their skills and expertise to the high street after opening an electrical store in Diss.


Former boxer releases quiz book to raise money for charity

Former boxer releases quiz book to raise money for charity

Ralph Oates has released a quiz book, A Question of Boxing, to raise money for former professionals.


Daring mouse climbs six feet of garden fencing to get his paws on bird feed

Daring mouse climbs six feet of garden fencing to get his paws on bird feed

Barry Pochin could not believe his eyes after seeing a daring mouse manage to climb up six feet up his garden fence to get its paws on some bird feed.


Fly tipper caught dumping unwanted furniture on the doors of Attleborough charity shop

Fly tipper caught dumping unwanted furniture on the doors of Attleborough charity shop

It follows a recent spike in fly tipping incidents across the region.


Attleborough Town Council still seeking clerk following turbulent 12 months

Attleborough Town Council still seeking clerk following turbulent 12 months

A town council plagued with controversy over the past year has relisted a job looking for a town clerk after failing to find any suitable applicants.


Fly-tippers should be fined and stripped of assets, says MP

Fly-tippers should be fined and stripped of assets, says MP

The MP for South Norfolk has called for more severe punishments for fly-tippers, following a spike in incidents in recent months.


Railway dusts itself off for reopening

Railway dusts itself off for reopening

Railway reopens in style with popular historical event making its return.


John takes final carriage trip after a most remarkable life

John takes final carriage trip after a most remarkable life

Known worldwide as one of the best coachmen to have ever taken the reins, John Parker led a remarkable life - dying last month aged 81.


Business owner taps in to team spirit for charity

Business owner taps in to team spirit for charity

A local dance group has raised money for charity by participating in a nationwide 'tapathon'.


Warehouse business bounces back with a real spring in its step

Warehouse business bounces back with a real spring in its step

Trampolines will form the focal point of the new business, which opened on the site of soft play business Monsters.


Ready... steady... hug!

Ready... steady... hug!

We can finally embrace our friends and family, and even meet indoors, but now's not the time to drop our guard against Covid.