A Norfolk MP has described Brexit as the "Death Star of politics" as he admitted: "I'm an elected representative of 76,000 people and I don't know what's going on."
Families who have suffered tragedies due to brain tumours are just some of those coming together in a bid to improve care.
A prestigious menswear retailer is set to shut its doors in Lowestoft after 50 years of trading.
A Suffolk MP baffled social media users after interrupting the prime minister's Brexit grilling to raise issues about Lowestoft high street shop closures.
The loss of a healthcare service which supports more than 250 people a day would be "devastating news" for local communities, it has been claimed.
The impact of a new £7 million road is to be closely examined, six months after its grand opening.
As part of a new EDP project, we're casting a close eye on life in our towns. Today, reporter Reece Hanson takes a look at the UK's most easterly town: Lowestoft.
An iconic pier's future has been secured for another year following a generous donation.
The government have announced electric shock fishing equipment will be banned from UK waters after Brexit.
NHS bosses have admitted there is no "definitive timeline" for when changes will be made to the region's failing mental health services.
A Suffolk MP has called for a shake-up of police funding to address "long-term disparities" between the county's force and others across the country.
Health bosses have been urged to listen to how patients want to see mental health services change as they decide on a future for the region's troubled provision.
Hundreds of mourners braved the bitter cold to pay their respects to the "honourable" and "generous" John Groom.
Two public hearings will be held next month as stakeholders, businesses and community groups have their say on a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
Rachel Moore says more needs to be done to monitor mental health in the workplace - starting with companies declaring their support to at-risk employees
A cross-party group of MPs have demanded the "chaos and confusion must end" over the region's failing mental health care provision.
A Norfolk MP is set to be one of around 64 who will vote against Theresa May's Brexit deal after the prime minister made a last-ditch attempt to garner support.
Almost a year on from the announcement that the historic archives from Lowestoft Record Office were to be moved, historians, heritage authors and campaigners remain united in opposing the proposals.
Relief could soon be in sight for families, staff and motorists on the school run, as new parking improvements may resolve serious traffic problems.
It is the busiest time of the year for Royal Mail staff.
More than £130,000 in funding has been secured as part of an "innovative project" to boost the East Anglian fishing industry.
Businesses in Beccles are struggling after continuous roadworks have left their shopping district a ghost town in the lead up to Christmas.
The positive steps being taken to improve patient services at a GP practice have been praised by the Suffolk GP Federation.
The region's Conservative MPs are backing embattled prime minister Theresa May "100pc" as she faces a make-or-break confidence vote.
MPs have called for swift and decisive action to improve mental health services in our region.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
The heart of two communities shone through as well-wishers - including an MP - rushed to help people injured in two serious falls.
Feedback from a controversial consultation into the Lowestoft Record Office and "future delivery" of the service will come under scrutiny in the next few days.
A bogus psychiatrist who practised in the UK for more than 20 years with no qualifications worked at the region's mental health trust, it has been revealed.
Outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were honoured at a glittering awards ceremony.
With the government in turmoil and the prime minister teetering on the edge, political editor RICHARD PORRITT asks 'what now for Brexit?'
An ambitious legacy project has seen trees planted for future generations to enjoy as part of a network of forest conservation initiatives to mark the Queen's lifetime of service to the Commonwealth.
East Anglia's energy industry has taken its ambition to be recognised as a centre of excellence straight to the heart of government.
Members of the Save Our Record Office campaign group have held "a very constructive and useful meeting" with Waveney MP Peter Aldous.
Coastal communities across East Anglia could be abandoned to the sea after government advisors questioned whether it is economically viable to save them.
A 200-strong delegation from the East of England's energy industry will head to Westminster this month to reinforce to politicians the region's importance to the sector and the UK economy.
Keen gardeners, stunning school displays and colourful businesses were just some of those praised for being the blooming best at a presentation evening.
"It is a very special day."
A glittering awards ceremony honouring "people who do extraordinary things" has been hailed as a "wonderful success."
Emergency accommodation and specialist support for the homeless and vulnerable will be extended over the winter months, thanks to a new initiative.
In 1978 a small company with one truck took a job to transport Bob Marley to Ibiza. Forty years on the iconic black and gold lettered trucks of Transam Trucking can now be seen at gigs and festivals across Europe.
Hopes for key historic artefacts staying in Lowestoft were served another blow today as a consultation was launched.
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