Better promotion of social care jobs and providing more opportunities for career progression in the industry will be key to continued growth for a regional care home operator.
A new scheme dedicated to helping people get into volunteering has been unveiled alongside a project promoting Lowestoft, its businesses and amenities.
A community facility set up to help job seekers in Lowestoft has been given a revamp.
Those actively seeking jobs in Lowestoft can receive support – thanks to a service that is re-opening tomorrow (Friday).
Lost railway lines around East Suffolk are set to be showcased at an event in Lowestoft next week.
A photographic journey along some of East Suffolk’s lost railways will be showcased at an event next month.
Hundreds of people in Lowestoft have been given a chance to find out about the major projects and developments heading for the town.
More than a 140 students have enjoyed an exciting event aimed at increasing political awareness among young people.
A coffee shop in Lowestoft is planning some fun and exciting events to mark World Book Day this week.
More than £250,000 is to be pumped into a new three-year project to help prevent people becoming destitute and sleeping rough on the streets of a Suffolk town.
Students at Ormiston Denes Academy learned about mental illness and how to keep themselves safe online during two specially organised events.
Staff at East Coast Community Healthcare (ECCH) have been loading backpacks with useful goods to help vulnerable and homeless people in the Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth areas.
A host of employers from across the region showed their support for a popular annual event in Lowestoft.
While Holocaust Day, on January 27, provides an opportunity for people around the world to consider the consequences of a tumultuous period in world history.
I am Phil Aves the Change Manager for Lowestoft Rising, a partnership of Public Sector and Voluntary Sector Organisations set up the make Lowestoft a better place for everyone.
Festive cheer was in the air at Sam’s Coffee House, Lowestoft, this Christmas day as charity organisation Access Community Trust and Hoseasons joined forces to host a Christmas meal for young and vulnerable people.
Christmas is a time for cheer and offering goodwill to all.
A new apprenticeship scheme aims to turn around the fortunes of young people – and at the same time help small businesses across Waveney.
Records were broken at the most easterly park run as a special anniversary was marked in style – with more than 200 people hitting the startline.
Every parent knows the challenge of finding ways to keep the kids entertained during the long summer holidays.
A musical competition showcased some of the area’s emerging talents when it was held during the Lowestoft Summer Festival.
It is often referred to as the most important meal of the day, particularly for students as they embark on a number of important exams.
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