Greater Anglia is reassuring customers that the railway is open for travel this Christmas despite engineering works taking place on the Norwich to London line.
A charity supporting people with brain injury and disabilities held a successful dinner and dance.
A Lowestoft-based sports ministry project has been given a financial boost – thanks to an independent networking group.
Hundreds gathered at the war memorial on Lowestoft’s Royal Plain to remember those who have given their lives fighting for their country.
A specialist tuberculosis nurse who went to the aid of the victims of a serious road traffic accident she witnessed has been given an award for delivering exceptional care.
A specialist auction of Lowestoft Porcelain will be held in the town of its manufacture next week.
A Lowestoft couple will take their love to new heights when they appear on E4’s Don’t Tell The Bride on Wednesday night.
The heroic sacrifice of a Lowestoft skipper is now permanently set in stone.
The centenary of a “Lowestoft hero” will be marked this month at two special events.
The Rotary Club of Lowestoft East Point recently enjoyed their annual handover meeting.
The Waveney Carers and Friends Circle will host a Summer fair next weekend.
East Anglia has some great lakes and rivers where you can set up, sit back and enjoy a spot of fishing, so with the season underway we have put together a selection of top locations to try across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
A good size crowd were at Walmer Road on Saturday to watch Kirkley & Pakefield play their final game of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division season against Long Melford.
With the entry deadline fast approaching, there is still time to enter a team into one of the region’s most colourful festivals.
They first met on Christmas Eve in 1945.
With just over a month to go until one of the region’s most colourful festivals returns, the appearance of a full-size dragon boat has caused a stir.
A couple who met at a Lowestoft youth club are celebrating 60 happy years of marriage.
A boost has been given to the mayor of Lowestoft’s charities following the annual Mayor’s Ball.
One of East Anglia’s most colourful fund-raisers is soon to be showcased.
An international designer has called on a coastal town’s businesses and community to unite to usher in the dawning of a new era.
The long journey to Saffron Walden on Saturday saw a weakened Kirkley & Pakefield, without the injured Lewis Hammond and unavailable Ross King, fall to a 3-1 defeat.
It is one of East Anglia’s most colourful fund-raising events.
Friday evening saw Kirkley & Pakefield travel to Emerald Park, Gorleston for a derby with neighbours Gorleston and slipped to a 3-1 defeat.
Kirkley & Pakefield were in action against last season’s Division One champions Wivenhoe Town and won 4-1 to complete a quick double, having won 3-0 a few weeks ago in Essex.
The mayor of Lowestoft, Nick Webb, is hosting a charity ball as part of his efforts to support Alzheimer’s Society.
The countdown has begun to one of East Anglia’s most colourful fund-raising events.
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