A fire service is asking the public for their views on its performance in areas including shift patterns and emergency response time.
Year six children were given an insight into the world of journalism during a special visit at their school.
The speed limit on a set of infamously dangerous bends has been permanently lowered.
Police say the abandonment of a van on railway tracks could be linked to a nearby robbery.
Twins who were reunited in Lowestoft after losing their husbands have celebrated their 87th birthday together.
Disruption to train services has ended after a van left abandoned on railway tracks was removed.
Officers investigating the disappearance of a 65-year-old woman have received reports of a sighting in Lowestoft.
A driver who was involved in a two-vehicle crash has been arrested after testing positive for cannabis.
Recorded speeding on a busy road off the A47 has dropped by around 60pc since the addition of a speed warning sign.
Waveney District Council says the development of Lowestoft’s former post office will answer the town’s long term needs.
As the Year of the Pig arrives, budding boat-racers are being encouraged to take part in Oulton Broad’s very own Chinese celebration.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust is inviting the public to hear about its vision for the biggest landscape transformation seen in the Broads for a decade.
Those who suffer with tinnitus are being invited to come together and share their experiences of living with the condition.
Enquiries are being made after a collision between a car and a number of parked vehicles in the early hours of the morning.
A fencing club says the sport is becoming increasingly popular - despite financial uncertainty and doubts over British representation at the 2020 Olympics.
A mother who suffers with severe illness has told of an ‘awful few years’ after being fined for not removing waste from her home.
Claire’s has announced it is set to close its store in Lowestoft.
A 30-year-old woman has been ordered to pay more than £1,100 after ignoring pleas to remove waste that was deemed a danger to health.
It’s not every day you wander down to your local cafe for a coffee or pastry and stumble across an abundance of stunning, renaissance-style paintings.
The millions of people killed in genocides throughout history were remembered at a poignant Holocaust Memorial Day service in Lowestoft.
Flood alerts for parts of Norfolk and Suffolk are no longer in force.
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