Crime and punishment in Suffolk is the theme of a new display at Suffolk Record Office in Lowestoft.
The Defra minister has called upon sailors to help protect waters and guard against the spread of invasive species by doing a simple check, clean and dry of their equipment and clothing.
A couple who met at a Lowestoft youth club are celebrating 60 happy years of marriage.
Good health is Muriel Key’s secret to a long and happy life.
Historic Somerleyton Hall is the venue for a spring ball in aid of the Help for Heroes charity.
A charity fundraiser is expected to reach Lowestoft this month after already running 4,000 miles around the coast of mainland Britain.
Children at Roman Hill Primary School were hopping with joy at the latest arrivals to their wildlife garden.
A café that provides work experience, training and volunteering opportunities for people with additional needs has opened in Lowestoft.
Events are taking place across Lowestoft and Waveney today to raise funds for Comic Relief.
Giant flowers drew in the crowds to the inaugural daffodil festival at St Mary’s Church in Henstead with Hulver Street.
Waveney MP Peter Aldous has expressed defiance following the attack on Westminster, saying terrorists should not be allowed to undermine our democracy.
Events are being planned at Somerleyton Hall to raise funds for the British Red Cross.
A host of good causes have received a share of £10,000 raised by hardy swimmers and their supporters during the Lowestoft Christmas Day Swim.
Vital support for dementia and Alzheimer’s sufferers and their families is to be reduced in Lowestoft and Waveney from April.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling reaffirmed the government’s commitment to Lowestoft’s third crossing project when he visited the town today (Friday, March 17).
A scaled-down world created especially for children is proving a hit with customers large and small.
A service that has helped Suffolk mums and their babies to successfully breastfeed is to be cut.
A play area has been given a new lease of life thanks to a donation from two Suffolk County councillors.
A woman has been cut free from a vehicle following a collision in Tom Crisp Way in Lowestoft.
A Lowestoft academy is locked in a dispute with education chiefs after refusing to give a place to a teenager with learning difficulties.
A fun session of colouring archive images is being held at Suffolk Record Office in Lowestoft,
If the walls of your house could talk they would probably have a few stories to tell about long-gone residents and the building’s previous uses.
A leading provider of independent and expert design advice has been brought in to work with Suffolk County Council on Lowestoft’s third crossing.
Neighbours in one Lowestoft street are celebrating after sharing a £90,000 lottery win.
Views are being sought over the future of land next to Sole Bay Health Centre after plans to build a care home there failed to materialise.
A humorous rhyming tale about a frog called Montgomery and his friend Tiberius Toad has been delighting school children in Lowestoft.
Suffolk police received more than 800 emergency calls during Storm Doris yesterday - up from its daily average of about 230.
A team that provides health and social care to people in their own homes in Lowestoft has been given a resounding vote of confidence by patients.
A dash cam has captured the moment a car narrowly avoided being hit by a falling tree during Storm Doris.
A Suffolk Widlife Trust (SWT) warden is taking part in a 100-mile cycle challenge in aid of an appeal to buy more land for nature near Lowestoft.
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