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Yesterday, 23:42
Clive Lewis

The resignation of the region’s ambulance trust’s medical director has been announced just a day after it was alleged 20 people died waiting for help whilst the service was stretched.

Are you over 25 years old, and looking for a new way to keep fit? Perhaps you have been inspired by the latest series of Dancing on Ice and wish you could try something like that? Waveney Roller Skating Club may have the answer.

Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner has announced plans for an increase in the policing element of council tax to add £2.9m to the constabulary’s budget in the next financial year.

Tim Passmore

Seventy-two years after tying the knot, George and Phyllis Nutburn still look back and laugh about the drama that unfolded in the early hours of their wedding day which led to the groom almost arriving late.

Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary and an attempted burglary at two high street business premises.

A nine-year-old author is selling copies of his short stories in a bid to raise money for those less fortunate.

Thousands of homes are still without power across Norfolk and Suffolk after strong winds caused widespread damage across the region.

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Lowestoft Sport

Yesterday, 12:13
Jordan Haverson

Kirkley & Pakefield travelled to play Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division newcomers Haverhill Borough on the new Haverhill Community 3G Arena.

Lowestoft Town slipped to a disappointing defeat at home to promotion chasing Folkestone Invicta last night.

This was a clear battle between the exuberant youth and pace of Southwold and the canny experience of the older and bigger Crusaders team, who, despite the scoreline, put the hosts under great pressure several times in the game.

Prior to this first ever meeting between the teams they were separated by goal difference only, so it is no surprise they cancelled each other out and settled for a point each.

in Division One of the Lowestoft and District League sponsored by Lauren Lou Cancer Fundraising Mutford and Wrentham still lead the way after beating Norton 4-0, R Davies getting two goals.

Norton

Lowestoft Events

Music will take centre stage at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield in the week ahead.

A live screening of a critically acclaimed National Theatre production is coming to Beccles.

London

Final plans and preparations are coming together for Later with Jools Holland-inspired show The Room which returns to Gorleston on Saturday, February 3.

BBC

An African children’s choir will bring an uplifting gospel show to Lowestoft later this month.

Big screen entertainment and a magical family pantomime will be showcased at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the coming weeks.

Norfolk and Suffolk Entertainment

Music will take centre stage at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield in the week ahead.

A live screening of a critically acclaimed National Theatre production is coming to Beccles.

London

Final plans and preparations are coming together for Later with Jools Holland-inspired show The Room which returns to Gorleston on Saturday, February 3.

BBC

An African children’s choir will bring an uplifting gospel show to Lowestoft later this month.

Big screen entertainment and a magical family pantomime will be showcased at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the coming weeks.

Norfolk and Suffolk Sport

Kirkley & Pakefield travelled to play Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division newcomers Haverhill Borough on the new Haverhill Community 3G Arena.

Jordan Haverson

Lowestoft Town slipped to a disappointing defeat at home to promotion chasing Folkestone Invicta last night.

This was a clear battle between the exuberant youth and pace of Southwold and the canny experience of the older and bigger Crusaders team, who, despite the scoreline, put the hosts under great pressure several times in the game.

Prior to this first ever meeting between the teams they were separated by goal difference only, so it is no surprise they cancelled each other out and settled for a point each.

in Division One of the Lowestoft and District League sponsored by Lauren Lou Cancer Fundraising Mutford and Wrentham still lead the way after beating Norton 4-0, R Davies getting two goals.

Norton

Nico Cotton is likely to play his last game for Lowestoft Town on Saturday against Dorking after which his loan spell at the Amber Dew Events Stadium comes to an end.

Rory McAuley

After a couple of weekends that were ruined by the weather the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League got back into full swing with a programme of cup and shield football.

Beccles Town

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