A citizens advice bureau has been “as busy as ever” during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kingsley Healthcare has secured a 12 month stockpile of personal protective equipment (PPE) for the protection of its care home staff and residents.
Scammers have been “exploiting the popularity” of streaming services since the beginning of lockdown.
A new mayor has been elected to serve Lowestoft.
A group of East Coast-based musicians has united in support of a radio station that has been impacted by the continuing coronavirus crisis.
A road has been closed and traffic diverted as emergency works are carried out.
Tributes have been paid to a man who contributed much to the community after making the Waveney Valley his home for 45 years.
Organisers of a 24-hour festival, which was cancelled due to the continuing coronavirus crisis, have unveiled a programme of online workshops, activities and a competition to keep connected with people in Lowestoft and audiences elsewhere.
A teenager has embarked on a marathon challenge – a year after suffering serious leg injuries in a freak sporting accident.
A warning has been issued to householders following reports of scam text messages that claim to be from PayPal.
A rural veterinary clinic has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
A young Norfolk brewery owner has been kept busy during the continuing coronavirus crisis with sales of his real ale hitting an all time high.
A popular lunch club in Suffolk has gone mobile to deliver meals to the most vulnerable in the community.
A man was airlifted to hospital following a serious fall.
A powerboat that had not returned to its berth and “was possibly overdue” sparked a four hour coastal search.
A dog grooming salon could be unveiled in a vacant town centre shop, provided plans get the go-ahead.
A coastal management team has urged people to take care if they visit the coastline this weekend.
Drivers are being warned of possible delays as a busy road is temporarily closed and traffic is diverted.
A council leader has called on people to “do the right thing” and stay safe this weekend.
A headteacher has praised the outstanding efforts of her staff as preparations continue for a return to the classroom.
The chief executive of the largest primary-only academy trust in the country has stressed that schools will only reopen to priority year groups once “rigorous risk assessments” had been carried out.
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