Teachers could strike in protest at the running of their school after making a series of allegations.
A school for vulnerable youngsters where a high number of pupils are excluded or involved in “serious behaviour incidents” has been slammed by Ofsted inspectors.
A man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder has been bailed by police.
There will be plenty of entertainment for all to enjoy at The Seagull Theatre.
An all-singing, all-dancing comedy show begins a jam-packed schedule of events at the Marina Theatre this week.
Staff at John Grose are celebrating after receiving a top award for customer satisfaction.
Tributes have been paid to a former Spitfire fighter pilot, who died just days before his 101st birthday.
Commemorating more than 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, dignitaries, residents and young people joined together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
A man has been arrested following an incident in Lowestoft this afternoon where another man sustained a number of stab wounds.
They first met on a coach holiday to Scotland but their love was sealed in matrimony at sea off Britain’s east coast.
When they embarked on their cruise, holidaymakers aboard the P&O Arcadia expected to see wonderful Scandinavian scenery and snow.
More than a 1,000 schoolchildren have learnt valuable life lessons in how to stay safe in real-life situations.
Improvements to reduce lengthy delays and ease frustration for motorists at a notorious level crossing have been completed.
The controversial idea of an elected mayor across East Anglia has been defended by a Suffolk Council Leader who says the individual could be a “champion for business” in the area.
With the Rio Olympic Games only a few weeks away young sporting stars of the future have been getting into the sporting spirit.
A university student from Oulton Broad will be braving bone-chilling water temperatures as he competes in a cross-channel race.
There were dramatic scenes as a football match between East Harling and Corton Seltic was abandoned after just two minutes.
A charity car wash was held to raise money for an 11-year-old girl, who was seriously injured in a road crash.
This spring, people across East Suffolk will be rewarded for showing love for the environment they live in.
A residential home for people with learning difficulties is celebrating after receiving a stamp of approval from inspectors.
The winner has been drawn in our New Year competition for one lucky reader to win £500 in cash!
A 28-year-old Lowestoft man has been arrested on suspicion of possession of heroin and crack cocaine – with intent to supply.
Young actors are putting the finishing touches to their school’s upcoming drama production.
The new chief executive of Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre has pledged to bring an “exciting, diverse and vibrant programme” to the venue.
In just four weeks, nearly 13,000 people have travelled over 160,000 miles as organisers praised the community benefits of the challenge.
Gym-goers will soon be able to access more facilities at more locations thanks to a new partnership.
Norwich has already been deluged by dragons and last week we got our first glimpse of the Spitfires set to soar through King’s Lynn town centre.
A popular Lowestoft hairdresser has put down his cutting scissors for the last time after nearly half a century in the trade.
Investigations are continuing after a man’s body was pulled from the water in Lowestoft.
A flotilla of yachts will fill Norfolk’s famous Broads when they sail over on an international visit.
A multi-million pound building project at Gorleston’s James Paget Hospital is back on track after it was knocked off course by a lightning strike.
A former lifeboatman whose passion for seafaring span from restoring boats to racing yachts has died following a suspected heart attack.
Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher admitted the Blues are already starting to plan for next season ahead of their trip to Colwyn Bay this afternoon.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is to be officially recognised for its association with Lowestoft tonight (Friday) as a special civic award is presented at the town’s Marina Theatre.
World-class conductors, soloists and musicians have enthralled audiences for a decade as a partnership between Lowestoft and the world-famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) has been hailed as one of the most successful of its kind in the UK,
An historic fishing vessel has received a major boost.
He is one of the world’s most prominent tenors – and this autumn Russell Watson will perform at Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre.
A man is in a critical condition in hospital today (Sunday) after suffering life-threatening injuries in a motorcycle crash.
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