Small businesses are being invited to hear from international designer Wayne Hemingway as plans for a new and exciting festival for Lowestoft are progressed.
Police are continuing to search for a driver who fled from the scene of a crash.
An “exciting new road safety initiative” will be unveiled at a Lowestoft-area primary school this week.
Graduates from the Kingsley Care Academy were presented with £250 cheques to mark the successful completion of their one year course.
An award-winning photographer, who taught young African children how to look at their surroundings through the camera lens, is set to stage a special exhibition.
Young people across Suffolk are being encouraged to get involved to help shape a libraries arts programme.
Lowestoft-based magician Joshua Pickering will be performing during a free Halloween themed event at a care home later this month.
A trailblazing Norfolk firm is set to build a new state-of-the-art pilot boat for ABP Lowestoft.
It is a station that dates back to the 1840s.
An inaugural festival will take centre stage across East Suffolk as a packed 10-day programme of events raise the profile of the business community.
A pumpkin festival is set to return for a spooktacular third year – with organisers admitting the “event seems even more popular.”
A pre school rated ‘Good’ in all areas by Ofsted is keen to attract new children to a popular setting.
A motorbike rider was injured in a crash that caused traffic delays on a busy road during early morning rush hour.
Record numbers descended on the east coast for a popular event that “has grown in stature year-on-year.”
Pupils teamed up with volunteers at a popular park to transform the sheltered seating area in a children’s playground.
An event to raise awareness of the difficulties that visually impaired and blind people face as part of their every day routines has been hailed a success.
A lifeboat crew was called out during heats for a prestigious sailing competition to assist a safety boat that had got into difficulties.
“It is a very special day.”
Firefighters were called out twice in quick succession following reported blazes in Southtown, Great Yarmouth.
Students in the class of 2018 have been urged to “enjoy, reflect and dream big” as they prepare to start a new chapter in their lives.
Record numbers of runners look set to hit the startline as a popular race returns to the east coast.
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