The Diss Express
is a weekly tabloid newspaper sold in and around the town of Diss in south-eastern Norfolk
and in nearby towns and villages on the Norfolk-Suffolk boundary along the River Waveney including Eye, Harleston and East Harling.
It was founded in 1864 as The Diss Express and Norfolk and Suffolk Journal. In 1935 the two main components of the name swapped places so that it became the Norfolk and Suffolk Journal and Diss Express. In 1970 it dropped the Norfolk and Suffolk Journal and adopted its present title.
It’s published by Anglia Newspapers, part of the nationwide Johnston Press group of regional newspapers’ East Midlands region. The editorial offices are in Diss.
It comes out on Fridays.
- Diss Express
Norfolk and Suffolk House
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