A proposal that would see a former hospital turned into an exciting community, residential and business space has been unanimously approved.
Work to create a new climbing wall at a Lowestoft leisure centre is set to start in the New Year.
An 18-month community-led project to revitalise an iconic heritage asset could move a step closer to becoming reality this week.
News that a historic part of Lowestoft will undergo major regeneration has been heralded as a crucial step forward for the town.
A couple are trying to uncover the mystery disappearance of a well-known statue in Lowestoft.
Beccles Town Football Club has appealed to the public as it looks to make one final push to fund an ambitious new facility.
A campaign created by students to alert people to the risk of flooding on the east coast is to be turned into reality.
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Construction of a new enterprise zone on the site of a factory ravaged by fire reached a key landmark this week.
The completion date of a £100,000 project to carry out repair and safety works to an iconic bell tower have been pushed back as additional work is needed.
A Lowestoft business has expanded its workforce, introduced a new range of products and refurbished its premises as a result of support received through a council event.
Councillors are once again calling on the public for views as they continue to look at reshaping parking across the district.
Books have been read, cakes and biscuits were sold while weights were lifted and fancy dress was worn as Children in Need fever hit the district.
The demolition of a Lowestoft car park is now under way.
A mentoring programme designed to raise aspirations and instil confidence in Lowestoft pupils is seeking new volunteers from local businesses.
Hundreds gathered at the war memorial on Lowestoft’s Royal Plain to remember those who have given their lives fighting for their country.
When independent carpet shop owner Ron Smith was able to secure a loading bay opposite his Lowestoft shop he was delighted.
Visitors attending festive events across Waveney can enjoy free parking in council-owned car parks on selected dates.
Name of applicant: De Argentein Ltd
Name of premises: De Argenteins
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Voters will return to the polls again next week as 10 candidates will contest two by-elections for seats on Waveney District Council.
Plans to build more than 20 affordable homes in a Suffolk village will help to meet the area’s need for new, low cost housing, those behind the project have said.
Concerns have been raised over plans for 78 new homes in a Lowestoft suburb - as they may be built on the burial ground of diseased cows.
A nationwide campaign promoting small business and encouraging customers to shop locally is coming to Lowestoft.
The initial stages of a £100,000 refurbishment at a Carlton Colville play park have been completed.
More than £90,000 could be spent on replacing a leisure centre climbing wall which was closed due to health and safety fears.
A historic part of Lowestoft that links the town to the original fishing village has been added to a national ‘at risk’ register.
The £16m redevelopment of a marine science agency could include a new visitor centre to support the regeneration of Lowestoft’s seafront.
A quay area of Beccles is set to be transferred into the hands of its town council.
Lowestoft’s £90m third crossing received a formal declaration of support during a recent planning meeting.
A development which could see up to 200 new homes built in one town is to be discussed at an extraordinary council meeting.
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