A wildlife oasis on the edge of Lowestoft, which showcases the Suffolk Broads at their best, has been given a major boost.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo will be back on the dance floor next week after safely making it through the first live eviction of Strictly Come Dancing.
It is not every day that your husband goes off to make a cup of tea and a nun suddenly appears on your sofa.
Waveney MP Peter Aldous has backed the first ever mass switch to clean energy.
Students from University Campus Suffolk (UCS) Lowestoft have donned mortar boards and gowns for this year’s graduation ceremony.
A dedicated volunteer with a passion for long distance running has set himself a target of raising £2,000 by taking part in a number of challenging races.
“It was OK, but not a KO.”
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A late Lowestoft revival proved insufficient to earn the Trawlerboys a share of the spoils in Staffordshire.
A wonder strike from Tom Daniels sparked wild scenes as Great Yarmouth Town avoided an FA Vase replay by the skin of their teeth.
St Andrews recovered from their cup defeat last week to overtake Acle at the top of the Premier Division.
Diss Town’s history is steeped in FA Vase tradition – but that will matter not a jot to the side they take on this afternoon.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is certain he has enough talent in his squad to ensure the Blues don’t get dragged into a relegation scrap this season.
With a global audience of millions and an East Anglian crown to retain, Strictly Come Dancing is back on the dance floor once again.
For many, those familiar calls of: “Oh no he didn’t” and: “He’s behind you” are as much a part of Christmas as carol singers and turkey dinners.
Celebrity Myleene Klass has returned to her home county in an emotional BBC documentary about the Norwich Blitz.
Tourists tend to flock to Cromer pier to enjoy the sites of the sea, the sounds of gulls, to try some fish and chips and maybe a spot of ice-cream.
Surging seas, local landmarks, quirky canvases - and for the first time life drawings - are among colourful works on display at one of Norfolk’s oldest artistic society’s annual exhibition.
Norwich’s GoGoDragons! raised an incredible sum of money for children’s charity Break and now the colourful clan is flying off to homes old and new.
It may sound like a fairy tale, but for Amie Howes her dream really has come true.
A little girl is “smiling again” after One Direction answered her father’s plea for help.
Holt came out on top after a tough afternoon against Cantabs.
Dereham squandered a first-half lead with two Christian Assombalonga goals winning the match for the visitorsw, writes Rene Kendal.
An excellent second-half display helped Hastings end Wroxham’s FA Trophy interest at the first hurdle.
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