Memories and experiences of wartime Britain will be shared in Lowestoft next weekend, at a bi-annual reunion of children evacuated from the region.
Hard work of staff at a hospital has been saluted by its trust board, after a trio of awards nods.
Construction of a new enterprise zone on the site of a factory ravaged by fire reached a key landmark this week.
With Ashes fever gripping the nation, a young Beccles cricketer is proving she is a leading light in the sport.
A developer has moved to reassure the public over fears a site touted for a 78-home project could be the burial site of diseased cows.
Fire has torn through a Kessingland restaurant overnight, causing extensive smoke damage and spreading to the roof.
Councillors are once again calling on the public for views as they continue to look at reshaping parking across the district.
A man who devoted decades of his life to the music and entertainment scene has died at the age of 97.
Police are hunting for a man who punched another man near Lowestoft Football Club as he attempted to rob him over the weekend.
A vicar will temporarily swap Bibles for bass lines later this month, when his band performs at his church’s Christmas fair.
An afternoon of festive fun and frolics is in store for the Halesworth Christmas switch on, with entertainment as the sun goes down and the lights go on.
A Beccles-based photographer was a picture of triumph this week, after he was named the best in his industry.
A group of morris dancers have put their hobby to good use, by raising money for a charitable cause.
It is a topic that appears in newspapers and on televisions across the globe - but one many do not have succinct understanding of.
A teenager was airlifted to hospital with serious head injuries following a collision with a pick-up truck on Tuesday evening.
A charity shop set up in memory of a 13-year-old girl has expanded to add a second location.
A powerlifter who already numbers among the best in the world is appealing for sponsors to help him give his career a big lift.
The familiar chimes of an ice cream van is a sound that has brought children running for decades.
The principal of a sixth form college in Gorleston has backed a national campaign to protect similar institutions for years to come.
As frontman and chief songwriter of The Divine Comedy, Neil Hannon has a wealth of musical experience.
When independent carpet shop owner Ron Smith was able to secure a loading bay opposite his Lowestoft shop he was delighted.
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