Suffolk County Council is urging parents and carers to register for free school meals before April 1, 2018.
The fire service extinguished a barn fire in Pakefield.
A celebration of the Royal Air Force’s centenary will be marked with a charity collection and free film show on the Easter weekend.
Beccles Girls Rugby Club visited Twickenham Stoop to watch Harlequins Ladies play Richmond Ladies.
Halesworth Volunteer Centre won £1,000 in the Hopkins Home’s Suffolk Charity of the Year public vote.
More than £380,000 of funding has been secured to grow local communities in Lowestoft and surrounding areas for three years.
Tickets for classical crossover artist Russell Watson’s performances are now on sale at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.
Beccles and District Museum will open its doors to visitors for the first time this year over Easter after a revamp.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car and three TVs were stolen from a property in Lowestoft.
Tributes have been paid to a dedicated charity man and Lowestoft and Beccles Lion who sent 100,000 shoeboxes of gifts to war-torn Bosnia in 1996.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault on an elderly man while he was waiting for a bus in Lowestoft.
Ramblers and fans of real ale will have the chance to sample two of Norfolk’s finest pastimes for free for English Tourism week.
Ormiston Denes Academy celebrated LGBTQ+ people with their second annual Pride event.
Corton Holiday Village has closed after high winds caused damage to the communal area of the resort.
A “suspicious” large shed fire was stopped from spreading to nearby property in Beccles.
A Lowestoft woman rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous at the Oscars and the Baftas as her husband won one of the golden statues.
The moment a driver crashed into a garden wall in Lowestoft “sounded like a bomb went off” according to a local resident.
Police have confirmed that they are investigating a road incident which was caught on a dashcam in Lowestoft
Volunteers from St John Ambulance’s alongside emergency services tested their readiness for disaster on the Lowestoft sea front.
Bin collections across Waveney and Suffolk Coastal are finally back to normal following the snow and ice of the Beast from the East.
Drivers have been advised to expect delays on the A47 in Lowestoft due to a police escort of an abnormal load.
The charity behind plans to build an information and support centre in Halesworth has re-applied for planning permission following delays with the site towards the end of last year.
Memories of comedian Ken Dodd have been shared by people in Lowestoft following his death.
An application to build a restaurant and toilets in north Lowestoft has been recommended for refusal by town councillors.
Armed police were called to Beccles after reports of a man with a firearm.
Lifeboat crews from Lowestoft and Southwold were launched following reports of a person in the water.
Art can be grand, majestic, and large in scale, but sometimes smaller is better.
Police have launched a new campaign to reduce the number of tool thefts in Suffolk.
Plans to convert the ground floor of a former Lowestoft restaurant and bar into hotel rooms have been backed my councillors.
A painting depicting one of Joseph Hooker’s discoveries has been gifted to Halesworth to cement the link between the town and Kew Gardens.
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