People who have given “outstanding service” to a coastal town have been honoured with a special award.
Children in Suffolk who receive free school dinners during term time are being offered the chance to access free places on Inspire Suffolk’s holiday clubs in Lowestoft.
Two brothers from a Lowestoft scout group have been recognised with a top county award.
A significant scheme of work is under way to reduce the risk of flooding to a number of homes in a coastal town.
Trees will be planted during a special event that commemorates the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
A call to aid two people aboard a yacht that had beached at Gorleston was the latest in a spate of incidents that RNLI lifeboat crews have responded to across the east coast.
Organisers of a popular festive event have put plans for its Christmas lights switch-on spectacular “on hold” amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.
Fraudsters are continuing to target householders with recorded messages threatening arrest or legal action.
A scheme that could see more than 30 affordable homes built on a vacant town centre site has been deferred.
Work is gathering pace as part of a scheme to transform Britain’s most easterly point.
A watch and a blue mountain bike were stolen after a home was burgled.
Lifesavers have urged beach users and people visiting the coast not to use inflatables.
Has alcohol related anti-social behaviour declined in your area in the past year?
A community hub is set to transform a former pub and prestigious retailer.
Train passengers are being urged to check before they travel ahead of a week of engineering works.
A lorry driver from Lowestoft, who was allegedly involved in a single vehicle crash last year, is set to appear in court.
Three people were left shaken after getting into trouble at sea close to a harbour entrance.
A grants scheme which has seen East Suffolk Council pay out more than £2.5 million to over 200 small businesses is coming to a close.
Lowestoft Town FC will kick off their pre season campaign later this month.
A lifeboat crew responded after concerns were raised for a person in the sea.
Packed beaches and coastlines kept national coastguard rescue teams “very busy” as they responded to a record number of incidents.
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