Search

Your Town | Diss

Population: 7,503

Nearby Towns: Attleborough, Bungay, Thetford

Staff from a bookies saved the life of a pensioner punter from Norfolk who collapsed in a diabetic coma and was alone at home for four days.

Read more

Growing veterinary group CVS has snapped up another chain of practices in the south-west.

Read more

An audio visual distributor has seen double digit growth as it increased turnover off the back of acquisitions.

Read more

Officers from South Norfolk police are en route to the British Virgin Islands to help with the recovery in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

Read more

A catering and events hire company is hoping to reach the “magic million” turnover mark in the next two years – with help from its trade customers.

Read more

After plans are revealed for a new waterfront pub alongside Diss Mere, we thought we’d have a look back through our photo archives.

Read more

The new owner of a grade one-listed inn near Diss has pledged to give it the “love, care and attention” it needs with a thorough refurbishment.

Read more

Today was a big day for students all over the country as they raced to their schools to pick up the envelope that told them just how well they had done in their A-level exams.

Read more

One of the two teenagers wanted in connection with a murder in Essex has been arrested but police have warned one of the teenagers could still be in Norwich.

Read more

A new autism support group aimed at young people is being launched in South Norfolk.

Read more

A veterinary group has seen turnover grow thanks to acquisitions and a strong performance from its online animal medicine division.

Read more

A £3.4m ambitious project to show off a market town’s heritage has hit problems with tiles that have been laid having to be relaid.

Read more

Families are being offered to chance to win an annual pass to one of Norfolk’s most popular tourist attractions.

Read more

Food producer Cranswick says it has made a “positive start” to the financial year.

Read more

Train services in Norfolk are being delayed due to multiple signalling problems around Norfolk.

Read more

An athletic mum has found the perfect solution for exercising with a child in tow.

Read more

A 36-year-old man has been charged with drug offences.

Read more

DissFest launches for 2017

Sunday, July 2, 2017

With less than three weeks to go until a community festival takes to the streets of a South Norfolk town, young volunteers have been busy launching the event.

Read more

It was an early start for cyclists this morning as they met for the Diss Cyclathon that began at an eye-rubbing 8am.

Read more

Rail passengers are facing disruption on the Norwich to London train line this morning.

Read more

Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile information service will provide free, confidential support to anyone with a concern or a question in Norfolk next week.

Read more

Two brothers have expressed their disappointment after the actions of their family accountant from Weybread cost them hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Read more

Man urinates in police van

Thursday, June 1, 2017

A man has been charged with criminal damage after relieving himself inside a police van.

Read more

A pair of independent traders in Diss were one step ahead when they foresaw the challenges roadworks in the Heritage Triangle might bring and set up a Facebook page.

Read more

A 10-hour round trip from Norfolk to the SEIB Racehorse to Riding Horse qualifier in Somerset paid off for Diss-based Oliver Hood.

Read more

Few companies on the Top 100 list have had as eventful a year as Midwich.

Read more

The East Anglian facilities of a national meat processing company will be “pivotal” in its continued expansion, according to its chief executive.

Read more

Drivers booked in Diss

Friday, May 19, 2017

Three drivers were booked for driving through the pedestrianised town centre in Diss.

Read more

There were delays to a number of Norwich train services this morning due to a variety of issues on the line.

Read more

Directors of a car sales group which saw a 13% jump in profits in 2016 are remaining cautious of forces which could affect the automotive industry.

Read more

Rail passengers are facing delays on the Norwich to London train line.

Read more

A student fulfilled his dream of volunteering to help children in South America thanks to a grant from a Diss-based charity.

Read more

Rail passengers travelling to and from Norwich can expect delays this evening due to problems with overhead wires.

Read more

A motorist who performed a U-turn and then rammed head-on into another car on the A140 will face no further action after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) reviewed the case.

Read more

A person has died after they were hit by a train on the route between Norwich and London Liverpool Street.

Read more

The wait is nearly over for those eagerly anticipating the reopening of one of Diss’ most historic venues as a regeneration project nears its completion.

Read more

It is not every day the work pupils do in the classroom ends up helping professional scientists armed with a giant X-ray microscope the size of Wembley Stadium but that is exactly what sixth-from pupils in South Norfolk have been doing.

Read more

Innovative and ambitious firms in the East of England have been given the royal seal of approval to secure national business awards.

Read more

Innovative and ambitious firms in the East of England have been given the royal seal of approval to secure national business awards.

Read more

A train between Norwich and Diss has been delayed due to a ‘trespass incident’.

Read more

The value of grazing land in the Broads has increased “considerably” during the last year, said rural business agents after their annual marsh lettings.

Read more

Veterinary group CVS saw revenue and profits rise in its interim results as its chairman pointed to a “strong financial base” for further growth.

Read more

Audio-visual distributor Midwich has delivered on the promise of its chief executive to pursue growth through acquisition after snapping up a European supplier.

Read more

Two English teachers from Norfolk have decided to address the problem of language gaps between pupils from differing economic backgrounds by developing a ground breaking classroom resource.

Read more

Opticians up for two industry awards

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

An opticians has its sights set high after being shortlisted for two awards in a national competition.

Read more

Around 80 primary schools will compete against one another to win a fully-installed interactive technology suite worth over £6,750.

Read more

In an isolated workshop on the Norfolk and Suffolk border, an award-winning business has been producing bespoke hand-made pens and delighting writers since 2013.

Read more

Many people are so keen to trace their family history that they are prepared to go the extra mile.

Read more

A children’s author and storyteller will pay an exclusive visit to Diss as part of special book tour.

Read more

Police are warning traders to beware of forged bank notes which have turned up in the South Norfolk town.

Read more

All railway lines between Diss and Norwich were blocked this morning, after a person was hit by a train.

Read more

Trains between Norwich and Diss were severly affected by Storm Doris as high winds swept across the region.

Read more

A south Norfolk family food firm is set to go into liquidation after failing to keep pace with a mounting order book in a “disastrous” 2016.

Read more

A director at Diss-based chartered surveyors and auctioneers, TW Gaze, has earned a rare accolade.

Read more

Six months after a devastating fire threatened to put it out of business, an agricultural firm has risen from the ashes with a new image and new product range.

Read more

Three wartime mines were found on a Danish offshore wind farm site with a Norfolk’s firm pioneering map.

Read more

Plans to shut a busy post office in the market town of Diss have sparked an online petition.

Read more

Audio-visual trade specialist Midwich has upgraded its revenues and profit expectations in 2016 after a strong second half to the year.

Read more

A family has been left devastated after two of its dogs went missing.

Read more

Anxious residents in two towns concerned about the loss of their post offices will now await a six week consultation process to discuss the future of the branches.

Read more

A woman had to be rescued from her car after it flipped over onto its roof on a street in Diss.

Read more

A district councillor who made “lurid” comments about a parish clerk over a football is being made to apologise to her by his council.

Read more

Updated: Travel chaos for passengers on Norwich to London line

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Norwich to London line has reopened after a broken down freight train caused severe delays for passengers throughout this morning.

Read more

For residents of a Norfolk village, their Friday night trip to the pub was a particularly special occasion.

Read more

Lawyer’s divorce mission

Friday, November 25, 2016

A family lawyer at Steeles Law Solicitors based in Diss will be heading to Parliament together with 150 other family lawyers from all over the country to campaign for fault free divorce.

Read more

Morrisons stores across Norfolk and Waveney have appointed specific people to help customers during what the supermarket believes will be the ‘heaviest’ shopping week of the year.

Read more

A well-known chartered surveyors and auctioneers is hoping to expand its business after submitting plans to develop one of its buildings.

Read more

Clearly for family-run Dipple and Conway Opticians, a century of successful business is as simple as piece of cake.

Read more

Directors of a community arts centre have been left reeling after thieves stole a day’s takings.

Read more

She has a passion for helping young people understand science, and her work has been viewed more than 17 million times on YouTube. Now, ahead of her talk at the Norwich Science Festival, Maddie Moate talks to MARTIN GEORGE.

Read more

A man who admitted to growing cannabis plants inside a greenhouse in south Norfolk has been given a formal warning.

Read more

News in Your Town

Diss Jobs

Show Job Lists

Most Read

Featured Pages

Latest from the EDP

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 17°C

min temp: 14°C

Listen to the latest weather forecast

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter