All trains out of Lowestoft are being cancelled, delayed or revised due to a signalling fault at Oulton Broad North.
A dedicated panel which holds Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner to account has expressed “serious concerns” over plans to axe half of the county’s PCSOs.
The leader of Suffolk County Council set out his priorities for Waveney at an event in the centre of Lowestoft.
Business chiefs say the future prosperity of businesses in Norfolk require “fit for purpose” transport links as figures show crippling low average journey speeds between the county’s towns.
The Greater Anglia East Customer Panel that provides feedback to the train operator is looking for new members.
The battle to halt the closure of Lowestoft Record Office was brought to the forefront of Suffolk County Council at their full council meeting.
The Beast from the East may have passed and the snow may have mostly melted, but the white stuff still needed to be cleared to allow the trains to run.
Public transport is still struggling to get back up to full working order, but the disruption is less severe than the last couple of days.
Touching tributes have been paid to a well known photographer and former speedway star.
Network Rail has shared plans for how it will spend more than £2 billion to improve train services in East Anglia between 2019 and 2024.
Norfolk Police said plans were in place to ensure this weekend’s much anticipated derby between Norwich and Ipswich at Carrow Road went ahead without a hitch.
Academy manager Josh Miller has left his role with Lowestoft Town and has been replaced by first team player Travis Cole.
The manager of a popular Lowestoft theme park says this year’s Christmas activities are just the start as they look to expand their festive programme.
A port operator which manages three East Anglian sites is planning big changes to its 2,372 acre land bank through its revamped £3.5bn property arm.
Rail company Greater Anglia has been cleared to operate trains with stand-in guards during next week’s 48-hour strike by RMT members.
Bus drivers from across the region have donned retro punk outfits to reinvent a classic nursery rhyme for a new music video.
Two Suffolk districts are in the top five happiest places in the UK according to new research – and the rest of the county is getting happier every year.
A threatened strike by conductor/guards on some Greater Anglia trains should not affect services, the company has insisted.
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