Trains from Lowestoft to Ipswich and Norwich were cancelled after a trespass incident.
Sailor Moon, the Hulk and Spiderman will be settling into Yarmouth next year to celebrate their very own Comic Con.
More than 500 people have already attended the seventh annual Beccles Beer Festival as the three-day event continues.
A young model needs your help to achieve her dream and become Miss England.
A man who fought testicular cancer has walked a gruelling 60km with a ball and chain to demonstrate the mental strain of fighting the illness.
Police are calling on the public for information about an assault which left a man with serious head injuries in Lowestoft on Sunday.
Dashcam footage has captured the moment a sportscar weaves in and out of traffic in Lowestoft.
A man who is accused of fleeing the country after an alleged rape in Lowestoft has been arrested in Spain almost a year after the attack took place.
Over the last five decades, the riding school on Carlton Rd, Lowestoft have catered their services to people with physical and mental needs.
November 13 has marked the first Purple Tuesday - a day dedicated to raise awareness of shopping accessibility for those living with a disability.
Amelia Isted, 9, volunteered to have her waist-length hair cut to her shoulders for a good cause.
An alleged disqualified driver has been charged with seven offences after a marked police van was stolen on Saturday.
The body of a man has been discovered at Kessingland beach.
PTE David Parr was only 19 when he was killed during the final push to reclaim Port Stanley from Argentine invaders on June 14, 1982.
The Joesph Conrad, on Station Square was praised with a platinum rating-the highest award in the field - by safety inspectors.
The owners of a vegan bistro have urged the community to step out of their comfort zone after officially opening their eatery in Lowestoft.
Both Peter Colby and Gerald Baxter hoped to separately buy the Old Hospital of Tennyson Road which was auctioned off in London last month.
A man claims he lost a tooth after biting into a McDonald’s burger, only to find a “foreign object” was wedged between the two buns.
On Friday, the care home unveiled their in-house store and poppy feature wall to commemorate 100 years.
The first The First Light Festival, which will take place on June 22, 2019 and span over 24 hours on the longest day of the year.
The event - which is hosted at the Players Theatre, Battery Green on Saturday, November 10 has been timed and themed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armistice in November 1918.
Just last weekend, the charity came together and raised hundreds by hosting a static bike race.
A group of campaigners who bought back the old Southwold and District Hospital have been handed a £206,000 grant to redevelop the site.
The potenital role-reversal has already sparked hositility in households and left some families guilt-ridden.
Robert Nessbit, 23, from Lowestoft was told he would never be able to sit his GCSEs.
Suffolk Constabulary are calling on witnesses to come forward after a man was caught spitting on a dead man’s shrine.
In June 2019, a group of children will fly from Belarus and settle in Beccles for a month to escape the Chernobyl contamination.
Julie Everson, 43, from Lowestoft has worked tirelessly to raise funds for Dreamflight - a charity which take sick or ill children on a life-changing holiday.
People have expressed their shock after footage emerged of four teenagers crossing the Bascule Bridge in Lowestoft while the barrier was down.
People have been warned to be on guard for a tax scam after Norfolk Police received 17 reports of fraudulent cold calling.
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