Amy Smith

As Potters celebrates the 20th anniversary of hosting the World Indoor Bowls Championships, chief reporter AMY SMITH went along to meet world number one Greg Harlow for a lesson on the rink.

Concerns have been raised over the effectiveness of Beccles’ long-awaited relief road as residents and councillors campaign for changes to be made.

A new defibrillator has been donated to a running club after one of its members collapsed at an event.

Residents and councillors have vowed to fight a decision which will see historic archives from Lowestoft and the surrounding area stripped from the town.

Do you own a dashing dog, fabulous feline or another amazing pet which deserves its time in the spotlight?

Seventy-two years after tying the knot, George and Phyllis Nutburn still look back and laugh about the drama that unfolded in the early hours of their wedding day which led to the groom almost arriving late.

More than £2,000 has been donated to a charity which supports people with Parkinson’s, raised through a pub’s monthly quiz nights.

From box office to bar, set building to costume design, the 50 or so volunteers at Pakefield’s Seagull Theatre carry out a variety of vital roles to ensure the show goes on.

The first look at a vision for the future development of Beccles will be unveiled at a public event next month.

Police are appealing for help from members of the public to help trace a wanted man.

Charity baker David Brown has announced the date for his first stall of 2018.

A by-election will be held for the two vacant seats on Halesworth Town Council.

A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of sexual grooming.

Halesworth Library will be hosting a ‘Bannocks and Blood’ murder mystery afternoon on Sunday, February 4.

Two women who inspire others to lose weight and change their lives have been congratulated by singer and TV presenter Peter Andre.

Empty spaces at train stations across Norfolk and Suffolk are being offered out for community use.

Ticket sales for the Beccles Christmas pantomime have smashed all box office records making it the most successful ever.

The cast and crew of this year’s Loddon Players pantomime are putting the finishing touches on the show ahead of tonight’s opening.

Changes are being made to a Lowestoft service which offers people the chance to delve into local history.

A track leading down to the river in Beccles has been flooded for more than a month, causing frustration for users trying to reach their plots.

Major works are being carried out on two main roads through Lowestoft, with more than six weeks of overnight closures planned.

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