Fears have been raised about a “really serious problem of low educational standards in Lowestoft” as a third secondary school out of four in the town is today put into special measures.
Pupils from five schools in Lowestoft have produced plans for a new park in the town.
A coroner has recorded a verdict of accidental death after a man drowned when a speedboat capsized off the coast of Lowestoft.
The James Paget University Hospital has teamed up with local charity Leeway to offer help and support to anyone experiencing domestic abuse.
Police in Lowestoft are seeking witnesses after a man was robbed in Waveney Road.
Police are seeking witnesses after cars parked in streets in central Lowestoft were damaged in a spate of incidents.
They were just a couple of shots away from completing a keenly contested round of golf, when a quick-thinking trio rushed to the aid of their close friend.
The 101 non-emergency police number has now been restored following an issue with the system earlier today.
Tributes have been paid to a Second World War Veteran who died during an incident at his home in south Lowestoft.
An elderly man who died following an incident at his home in Lowestoft on Wednesday has been named as 89-year-old Dennis Nicholls.
Hospitals Minister Dan Poulter has cancelled his visit to Norwich and Lowestoft today following a car accident.
Lowestoft’s main sports centre is set to host a free open weekend to celebrate the completion of £1.1million investment works.
Services are running “near normally” at the James Paget Hospital after it was struck by lightning this morning - but its phone system is still experiencing problems.
Dogs are known for their intelligence and loyalty - traits which have earned them the title of “man’s best friend”.
Turning around the performance of the region’s ambulance service could take two years, according to health chiefs who admit there are not enough staff to deal with increasing numbers of 999 calls.
Campaigners calling for a solution to traffic problems outside Carlton Colville Primary School have said they are frustrated by a lack of progress.
Teaching posts are to be cut at Lowestoft College in the wake of funding cuts and a £1.3 million overspend on the staffing budget during the last financial year.
A popular Afghan student who is facing deportation says he has been overwhelmed by support as he battles to stay in the UK.
Multi-millionaire Will King, who hails from Lowestoft and whose King of Shaves business was valued at over £40m, has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by University Campus Suffolk.
EDP Top100 firm Hoseasons reported a year of “staggering” growth in Norfolk Broads holidays at its annual conference at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales.
The East of England is well positioned to become a centre of excellence in the £36bn programme to decommission North Sea oil and gas platforms, companies were told by a leading industry figure.
The two owners of a prominent holiday park group in East Anglia have secured the £12m buyout of a third shareholder in a move that prepares a multi-million-pound investment into their latest site near Lowestoft.
More than 60 businesses have signed a petition opposing the Lowestoft Vision scheme, which was set up in 2013 to improve town centre trade.
A Lowestoft firm, who are one of the UK’s leading self-catering accommodation specialists, is searching for new recruits.
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