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Drivers who park on Beccles Common will now be fined after years of problems including joy-riders shredding up the grass and walkers throwing dog mess at cars.

Thousands of spectators are expected to descend on Nicholas Everitt Park for the 12th spectacular East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival.

The design of new specially commissioned vintage style lighting for Lowestoft Railway Station has been revealed as the finishing touches are made.

The Beccles Antiques Street Market will be returning to the town again next weekend.

A man was taken to hospital following a crash between a car and a lorry on the A146.

The members of Southwold Art Circle will showcase their work ‘Memories Captured in Art’ at their annual exhibition.

A garden theme saw a variety of colourful images submitted into the latest competition at Bungay Camera Club.

Work has restarted on a project to save Geldeston’s historic lock from collapsing.

Growing up her favourite film was always The Little Mermaid, and now Lauren Rymer’s dreams are coming true as she prepares to represent Suffolk at the Miss Mermaid UK pageant.

A council leader has said he is “disappointed” gas works are being carried out in Oulton Broad during the summer holidays when the area is at its busiest.

A diver who competed in the London Olympics and two gymnasts set to star with the Cirque du Soleil are among the team performing in a new show at a Lowestoft theme park.

The flag came down on Bungay’s sun-drenched two-week festival with an evening of colourful and musical entertainment at the Castle.

Work to stop a flooding problem in Beccles will soon get under way as councillors approved £80,000 in funding.

Two ponies and several dogs were among the congregation at Somerleyton’s annual pet service.

It is a hidden jungle filled with exotic marvels.

Three new deacons have joined the team in Beccles.

Essential works to connect properties to the gas network is causing long delays for drivers travelling through Oulton Broad.

A nature reserve will be handed back to the district council after concerns were raised about historic oil pollution on the site.

A cheque for more than £1,000 has been donated to a children’s hospice appeal by the Inner Wheel Club of Bungay.

Two schools in Beccles and Bungay have held a Congolese Exhibition in celebration of their links with children in Africa.

Free sports activities will be on offer this summer for youngsters in Beccles.

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