Lowestoft has been named as one of the best town centres in Britain after a national competition found it was a “rising star” of UK high streets.
A boxer is staging a fight night this weekend in tribute to popular Lowestoft man Scott Smith, who died in a road accident earlier this year.
Throughout the 2015/16 season, Lowestoft Town will come face to face with a number of established teams including Stockport County, Boston United and FC United of Manchester.
Suffolk businessman David Coe has received a Lifetime Achievement award in recognition of his career at Coes, the family-owned retail business based in Ipswich.
The chief executive of Lowestoft-based Kingsley Healthcare says a third crossing will boost his jobs and growth vision for the area.
A crash in Gillingham blocked the A146 southbound this morning.
A man has been taken to hospital with a head injury after reports of a fight outside a popular seafront hotel in a coastal town.
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Norwich City’s excellent start to the new season continued on Saturday when they recorded a third straight win.
Norwich City Ladies came out on top in a tough derby game against Norwich Dragons II to maintain their 100pc start in Division 1N.
Broadland scored a goal after just 20 seconds in their Premier Division match against Norwich City II and then went two up – but they eventually had to settle for a point from a 2-2 draw.
Great Yarmouth Town will have to do it the hard way again if they want to prolong their dreams of reaching Wembley.
St Andrews recovered from their cup defeat last week to overtake Acle at the top of the Premier Division.
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.
London musicians the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will be performing at the medieval church in Trunch on Saturday at 7.30pm.
A horror comedy which won a top award at the Edinburgh Festival fringe is being staged at Sheringham.
Carry on screaming with 1970s detective werewolf mystery He Had Hairy Hands, plus Lesley Garrett, an improvised musical and a celebration of Mozart wind pieces. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
“People began to ask why I didn’t make a new record. I decided there was more to be said, it was as simple as that.”
If you have preconceived ideas of amateur theatre then throw them straight out of the window and go and watch Dereham Theatre Company perform the global hit musical Jesus Christ Superstar.
In the latest of our updates from Young Norfolk Sports Academy athletes, swimmer Nathan Wells provides an update on his progress – including three national gold medals
Anthony Ogogo insists boxing will always be his number one priority despite starring in hit BBC show, Strictly Come Dancing.
Eighteen members of Sprowston-based martial arts club Eastern Shotokan Karate Association (ESKA) are travelling to Serbia this weekend.
Two podiums, one championship and a promising return to action – it was a weekend to remember for the region’s two-wheeled contingent.
A fine sunny morning greeted players as the top three in the Premier Division all maintained their 100pc starts to the season.
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