New figures have shown that
one of the UK’s rarest seabirds had a successful breeding season along the East Norfolk coast this year.
Couples in search of wedding inspiration travelled to Oulton Broad for one of the region’s biggest wedding shows.
It was a case of Right Place Right Time for some lucky football fans as Olly Murs turned up in Lowestoft to watch a non-league match.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery that took place overnight in Kessingland.
Teams from across the country descended on the Suffolk coast for Kessingland’s tug-of-war festival.
A popular brass band that has been playing to local audiences for nearly 100 years is set to host its latest charity concert.
Local people were treated to fascinating insights from some renowned guest speakers as Lowestoft Library held its fifth Literary Festival.
Parents and children objecting to the proposed merger between two Great Yarmouth schools have taken to the streets in protest.
When Ben O’Keefe was born at just 28 weeks, weighing under two pounds and with a bleed on the brain as well as an underdeveloped heart and lungs, doctors didn’t know how he would fare as he grew up.
Outstanding achievements, dedication and quality care have been celebrated at James Paget University Hospital’s annual awards night.
A Lowestoft couple have refused to pay a £60 per parent fine imposed
by a school after taking their gold medal-winning son to compete at a
world martial arts championships in Florida.
From 1969 to 1988, the Sparrows Nest was the theatre of choice for Players’ pantos, musicals and most of their plays.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary at a school in Wenhaston, near Halesworth.
A Geldeston pub will once again play host to a smashing annual conkers tournament.
A Lowestoft woman has expressed her delight after local people rallied around her as she underwent a charity head shave in the town centre.
In what is one of the ultimate tests of strength and resilience, Kessingland’s annual tug-of-war festival is set to return this weekend.
Members of the community looking to sustain local museums have gathered to celebrate the success of an ongoing project.
A Lowestoft-based holiday company could be in line for yet more industry recognition after being nominated for two prestigious awards.
Having risen from the ashes of the old Lowestoft Operatic and Dramatic Society in 1967, during their earliest days the Lowestoft Players were without a permanent home and rehearsed at Roman Hill Infants School.
The longevity of the Lowestoft Players is virtually unrivalled when it comes to amateur dramatics.
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