Diss Express

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The Diss Express is an English newspaper that covers a 500-square-mile circulation area on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and has a print/online audience of more than 29,000.[citation needed] It is owned by Johnston Press with a print edition released every Friday. Major towns and villages covered by the Diss Express include Diss, Eye, Harleston, Debenham and Long Stratton.

The paper was founded by Mr Abbott in November 1864 as the Diss Express and Norfolk & Suffolk Journal.

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