Work on a major flood defence scheme in Lowestoft should start next year, Peter Aldous told environment secretary Liz Truss today.
There was something strange in Lowestoft town centre this week as a giant character from the hit film Ghostbusters made an appearance.
People showing symptoms of the highly contagious winter vomiting bug have been urged to stay away from hospital to prevent the illness from spreading.
The line-up for a popular literary festival in a coastal resort has been announced.
A fraudster who tricked a man out of £25,000 by persuading him to invest in a computer application he claimed he was developing has been jailed for three years.
A group of firefighters took the plunge to raise money for charity.
Waveney MP Peter Aldous has welcomed figures showing that the government is delivering new affordable homes for families in Waveney.
Police will be carrying out roadside checks in Norfolk and Suffolk in a bid to reduce crashes as the nights get darker.
Police in Norfolk and Suffolk are asking drivers to be prepared for the change in conditions as the clocks go back on Sunday.
Police in Lowestoft are appealing for help to trace a male driver after he approached a 16-year-old girl in Hawthorn Avenue.
Police have arrested and charged three people in connection with a robbery at a bookmakers in Lowestoft.
A health and safety advisor from Lowestoft has been recognised for “outstanding performance and exceptional commitment“ at a global awards ceremony.
A health minister has urged NHS chiefs to ensure regular visitors are exempt from car parking fees after it emerged that Norfolk’s three main hospitals made more than £3m profit from charges last year.
The chairman of a national review into nursing care has praised the way new recruits are trained after visiting students in Norfolk.
Mental health chiefs insist they have enough beds in Waveney and Great Yarmouth, despite figures showing two hospitals were more than 90pc full before a decision was made to close inpatient beds.
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.
Parents and carers have until the end of the month to secure their child’s place at a Suffolk secondary school for September 2015.
The strike action at a Lowestoft high school appeared to be over today after negotiations between governors and union representatives.
Ofsted has defended a decision to inspect a high school despite the majority of lessons being cancelled because of industrial action.
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.
The award of a major offshore windfarm contract has secured nearly two years employment for up to 300 staff at Lowestoft-based Sembmarine SLP Limited (SLP).
A company behind wind turbines in north Suffolk is looking to raise capital by selling shares in its energy projects.
Norwich-based accountancy firm Lovewell Blake has created a new specialist team to support East Anglia’s holiday parks sector.
Tributes have been paid to a 20-year-old man from Beccles who was killed outside a pub in Scotland.
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