A hearing which will decide how much money the treasurer of a disability charity who stole more than £200,000 from its bank accounts will have to repay has been adjourned until December.
Plans for the £16m redevelopment of a world leading marine science agency have been unanimously approved, securing 500 jobs in the process.
A restaurant has lost the right to serve alcohol and one of its employees has been deported.
The Lowestoft branch of an organisation supporting serving and former members of the British Army’s Royal Artillery has celebrated its 70th anniversary.
People across Waveney are being offered support as the Universal Credit benefit system is rolled out fully next week.
The next phase of planning for the demolition of a Lowestoft car park has been unanimously approved.
A conference that highlighted the varied value of the much-loved Suffolk coast was told that courage was needed in the rejuvenation of resorts that are sometimes thought of as down-at-heel - and ‘pioneering young people’ had to be engaged.
A dog grooming business is hoping to expand its horizons by opening a new location.
Coastguard teams have removed two sharp metal spikes which mysteriously and dangerously appeared in the wave breaks at Pakefield Beach.
An annual celebration of the older people in our communities is taking place this weekend.
People in Lowestoft are to return to the polls yet again in the coming weeks, following the resignation of two members of Waveney District Council.
It is a historic part of Lowestoft that links the town to the original fishing village.
Temporary flood barriers are to be tested next week as Waveney District Council looks to prepare for the winter season.
Fundraisers from the Lowestoft-based Lauren Lou appeal, which continues to raise money and awareness in aid of cancer charities and local deserving causes, have been boosted by two street collections.
Fundraisers from the Lowestoft-based Lauren Lou appeal, which continues to raise money and awareness in aid of cancer charities and local causes, have boosted an ongoing campaign.
Workers in coastal communities in the east are among those receiving on average the lowest salaries in Britain, a newly-published report has revealed.
Fundraisers from the Lowestoft-based Lauren Lou appeal, which continues to raise money and awareness in aid of cancer charities and local causes, have been boosted by recent collections.
A campaign honouring the sacrifices and courage of the Merchant Navy is coming to the east coast.
Tourism chiefs in east Suffolk want to create an all-year-round visitor package by capitalising on the area’s natural beauty, seaside resorts, culture and heritage.
Last month we wrote about the planning application to build 69 houses on a playing field at St Felix School in Reydon, which we believed should be rejected.
Concerns over the amount of homes earmarked for Lowestoft and how the town’s infrastructure will cope have been raised at a public consultation on Waveney’s future development.
A group of travellers, believed to be behind a number of disturbances in the past 24 hours, have left Lowestoft – just as the council prepared to take legal action to remove them.
A UEA economist completed a gruelling swimming challenge to raise money for a community-run outdoor pool.
Focus is on crossing and fishing
I am delighted to report the Lowestoft Summer Festival was a great success despite the vagaries of the British summer weather.
The centenary of a “Lowestoft hero” will be marked this month at two special events.
Photographers in east Suffolk are being asked to capture the wonders of the area through the launch of a new competition.
Lowestoft’s new town council has taken the opportunity to run the rule over some of its newfound assets.
Ground investigation works have been carried out as the final editions are made to Lowestoft’s third crossing plans.
Residents are being given the chance to shape the future of our towns, villages and countryside in a consultation on development across Waveney.
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