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While wet weather frustrates efforts to plant new crops, a Norfolk farm has taken advantage of the hiatus to test the best way to prevent soil compaction from heavy machines on fragile soils.

Thousands lined the streets as a town was transported back to pre-Diss-toric times.

Village honours clergyman who wrote about a woman spending 12 years in bed and the teacher who couldn't read or write

A two-month exhibition by some of the most talented plant and flower artists in Norfolk and Suffolk is being held in Diss during May and June at the historic Corn Hall now back to playing a leading role in the life of the town.

It was at the heart of the Harleston community for 30 years, and now a petition to save the former Apollo Club from the bulldozers and re-open it as a community church has attracted hundreds of signatures.

Walkers will undertake a 36-mile trek from Diss to Norwich as part of a fundraising effort by a woman who has fought back from cancer.

Works by some of the finest East Anglia ceramicists, along with studio master potters, feature in the first exhibition dedicated solely to ceramics at Diss Corn Hall.

Police are appealing for help in their hunt for a woman who is wanted for recall to prison.

An East Anglian audio visual distributor has reported a record set of profits, allowing it to pay out £3m in dividends to its managing director.

A day centre for the elderly that has been shut for almost a year could reopen this summer.

Norfolk commuters will hope new trains being rolled out on the regional network keep time with the same precision as Swiss-made watches, as Greater Anglia tests the first of its new long electric trains made in the Alpine country.

The Mud, Sweat and Gears summer mountain bike race series got under way with a complete absence of mud and a surfeit of sweat and gears on the steep bluffs of the Olympic Legacy course at Hadleigh Park.

Trains running between Norwich and Diss were running at a reduced speed on all lines today.

History enthusiasts have expressed frustration at the copyright status of a large collection of Victorian photographs which they believe should be fully accessible.

A shop worker has described the terrifying moment a young man was attacked in front of her.

Some train services between Norwich and Diss have been cancelled because of a broken rail - with replacement buses ordered.

Measures have been taken to brighten a new pedestrian crossing on the busiest road in Diss after fears it was unsafe because it was too dark.

A volunteer run community radio station that has been broadcasting about life in south Norfolk and north Suffolk for 18 months is seeking to extend its range.

Sheringham Railway Station will shut for over a month so a new platform can be installed.

Sales of expensive houses dropped significantly in south Norfolk towns last year, new data has revealed.

A pair of Norwich City fans have chosen the eve of East Anglian derby weekend to release an updated version of their rap serenade of Canaries boss Daniel Farke.

A growing East Anglian audio-visual firm has taken a majority stake in an Italian distributor.

A car stolen was recovered by South Norfolk police just 10 minutes after it was taken.

Midwich, a specialist audio visual distributor, has posted a trading update reporting growth across all of the group's divisions.

Fans of panto star Ben Langley will still get to see him in Norfolk this year as tickets on sale for his solo show.

Testing of Greater Anglia's new trains is set to take place in daylight on more routes in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex from later this month.

She was a key figure in one of the most notorious crimes in British history, with a past rooted in a quiet Norfolk town.

Concerns that a new pedestrian crossing on the busiest road in Diss is too dark are set to be investigated by highways engineers just two months after it was installed.

Trains between Diss and Norwich are being disrupted as plastic sheeting has made contact with overhead wires at the station.

Households in Diss will have to fork out more for their council tax this year after the town council agreed to increase its share of the bill after taking over responsibility for street lights and public toilets.

The go-ahead has been given to changes that could see a toilet block turned into shops, a cafe or food takeaway despite concerns it could leave Long Stratton with a single unisex loo.

Overnight test runs between Norwich, Diss and Great Yarmouth are set to be carried out by two of Greater Anglia's new trains.

An arresting sight has drawn bird spotting enthusiasts and nature lovers to a Norfolk police station.

The summer of 2018 was one of the hottest on record, bringing a sweltering spell and a real buzz to the region.

The owner of a restaurant that was forced to close after a "severe" cockroach infestation that posed a risk to public health has pleaded with customers to give them another chance after it re-opened.

Trains between Norwich and Diss have been cancelled, leaving many football fans stranded as they try to make their way to Carrow Road.

A Norfolk town has experienced the third largest house price increase of towns across country in the past year, according to a new report.

Diss is set to be seeking a new mayor as well as resolving the issue of the role council leader.

Rock band Mud may have been feeling lonely at Christmas but to prevent the same happening to people in Norfolk, dozens of organisations are opening their doors to ensure no-one spends the festive season alone.

A proposed hotel and retail units site is again being opposed by a town council due to its potential to harm to nearby businesses.

The chance to buy a prize-winning bird for the Christmas table will bring hundreds of bidders to traditional poultry auctions across Norfolk next week.

Greater Anglia's first new "bimode" diesel and electric train for rural routes has ventured out on to the region's rail network for the first time.

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