Andrew Papworth

An electrical store has been forced to shut its doors after 65 years of trading due to “tough economic conditions”.

A controversial bid by a council to take control of a historic harbour could be reconsidered in light of residents’ objections, a letter has suggested.

Boxer and Olympic medallist Anthony Ogogo has revealed he was left 78% visually impaired after suffering a devastating eye injury in a professional fight.

Some of the best American firepower will be on display across the skies of Norfolk and Suffolk in the coming week as the US military conducts a “readiness exercise” to ensure it is ready in the event of an emergency.

A new police dog is to pound the streets of Norfolk and Suffolk after his popular predecessor’s retirement.

A double whammy of roadworks close to Lowestoft’s Bascule Bridge lasting a total of 15 weeks will cause “chaos” for drivers and traders in the run-up to Christmas, businesses have warned.

They might be doctors – but instead of medicine, they prescribe much-needed fun, laughter and joy at some of the most challenging periods in young people’s lives.

This was all that was left of a burnt out car outside a Suffolk golf course after it was totally destroyed by flames.

A woman who was one of five people whose life was saved in a record-breaking 36 hours of transplant operations at a single hospital has urged others to join the Organ Donor Register.

Olive Boar, who grew up in Ipswich and was living in Felixstowe at the time of her death, was officially the country’s oldest resident.

A row over who owns an iconic harbour has intensified, with campaigners vowing to fight for control for what they call “our land”.

They might not carry messages as owls do in the famous novels - but visitors can still marvel at the most stunning feathered creatures during a sanctuary’s special Harry Potter day.

Five girls are to take on the gruelling challenge of flipping an 80kg tractor tyre across a 5km course in a bid to raise £5,000 in aid of a much-loved serviceman’s fight for life against a terminal brain tumour.

One was one of England’s finest painters, while the other is one of the nation’s most revered and popular broadcasters.

A highly-criticised system for answering non-emergency phone calls to the police has been turned around thanks to the introduction of a new call handling system, Suffolk’s top police officer has said.

They are more used to trying to catch masked criminals.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

It may be one of the country’s greatest beauty spots - but some plants spotted by an eagle-eyed police community support officer (PCSO) on a popular beach were not quite as natural as they first seemed.

It is a gateway to an exciting world of books and knowledge.

It started with the discovery of a few mysterious stones.

For police working a long and tiring shift during the hot weather, it might well have been the last straw.

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