There were new winners of a popular annual contest as a flipping great time was had by all.
A Lowestoft accountant has been shortlisted for a national award, after having kept her commitment to training staff despite being diagnosed with breast cancer.
A squad from Phoenix Karate Schools travelled across the country at the weekend to compete in the Liverpool Open tournament.
An innovative mental health conference set to take place in Lowestoft has sold out after overwhelming public demand.
A new project which delves into the past and features Lowestoft’s historic beach village has received a funding boost.
Reminiscence groups encouraging people with dementia and mental health issues to share sporting memories are launching in six of the county’s libraries.
Firefighters were pressed into action today after a blaze at a block of retirement housing in Lowestoft.
A charity lunch, organised by the Lowestoft Friends’ Group of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), has been hailed a success.
High street rental values in market towns across Norfolk and Suffolk have fallen dramatically over the past decade as out-of-town shopping and the internet have taken their toll.
A support system, which was set up to help prevent rough sleeping in Lowestoft, has been hailed as a success.
A special series of events have been organised across the country as part of a community initiative.
A new sport and health partnership, aimed at improving the activity levels of children in schools across north Suffolk, has been unveiled.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher admits he expects to see “an edge” in his side’s final pre-season friendly at home to King’s Lynn Town this afternoon.
Tributes have been paid to a devoted stalwart of the Lowestoft football community.
A treasurer who embezzled more than £212,000 from a Suffolk charity which gives advice and information to disabled people has been warned he is facing a lengthy jail term.
More than a dozen staff at a newly formed college serving Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft are at risk of redundancy.
A new scheme dedicated to helping people get into volunteering has been unveiled alongside a project promoting Lowestoft, its businesses and amenities.
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 business organisation has shown their support for the Trawlerboys.
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