The Lowestoft office of the North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is to open its new doors at St Margaret’s House, in Gordon Road, for the first time on Tuesday (August 30).
Abellio has been confirmed by the Department for Transport as the operator of the new East Anglian rail franchise, which will commence on the 16th October 2016.
“If it has to go to the High Court, then it will” – that is the defiant message from residents as they challenge a decision to lease an area of open space for a caravan park extension.
Displays of green-fingered goodness were enjoyed by all ages as the popular Oulton Broad and Lowestoft Horticultural Society Summer Show returned for another year.
Electrical retailer Hughes has sounded a warning over the impact of Brexit on consumers’ shopping habits as it posted improved profits for the last financial year.
Archaeologists are to carry out a dig at RSPB Minsmere to discover if the priests that lived in the abbey that once stood on the site were pirates.
A maintenance worker at a Suffolk holiday park has been cleared of taking advantage of a “tipsy” woman and raping her while her partner was crashed out on a sofa and his wife was asleep in bed.
Police are keen to trace a woman who was verbally abused by a man on London Road North in Lowestoft.
Police have traced the owner of a car which was caught on video swerving round queuing traffic and driving over a level crossing as the barriers came down.
A charity set up to support people with mental health and drug and alcohol issues has suffered a double blow after its fund-raising shop and its community farm were broken in to.
A Lowestoft man has been jailed for more than six months, after admitting to stealing items from two homes.
A Lowestoft man who was jailed as a teenager for the senseless murder of a terminally-ill cancer sufferer has lost a bid for an early chance of parole.
A hospital has warned people against going to accident and emergency (A&E) necessarily after seeing a spike in attendences.
A hospital trust that last month experienced a record-high number of people coming to A&E has announced plans to expand its facilities to meet future demand.
Concerns have been raised at the James Paget University Hospital after record high A&E attendance figures.
Patients of a health centre in east Suffolk have been asked to share their views on the potential closure of two GP clinics in the area.
A doctor who took a fatal overdose of medication had changed a patient’s prescription to obtain it, an inquest heard.
Thousands of A-level students around the region received their A-level results on Thursday.
Today marks the end of weeks of anxious waiting for students across Waveney as their A-level results are revealed.
A-level results from schools and colleges across the region as they come in.
For some people, the thought of a science lesson fills them with dread.
Lowestoft’s Active Learning Trust hub has held a celebratory event to mark the success of its newly qualified teachers (NQT’s).
As town centres try to adapt to the growth of online shopping, finding ways to boost trade and footfall is a big challenge.
Business leaders from across east Suffolk have come together to back proposals for the region to get more devolved powers from the government.
Proposals to build a new £16billion nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast will move a step closer next week.
Our region has the lowest unemployment rate across the country after seeing the number without work fall to 112,000 - a rate of just 3.5%.
A Lowestoft firm, who are one of the UK’s leading self-catering accommodation specialists, is searching for new recruits.
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