The owner of the building whose alarm rang for five days in Lowestoft has apologised for the irritation - but blamed his former tenants for the disruption.
People came out in their droves to honour the brave men and women of Suffolk who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War – 100 years after the war ended.
As Brexit outcomes become more unpredictable by the day, Tony Wenham meets a campaigner with a clear vision of how leaving the EU could boost a traditional east coast industry and bring new prosperity to her town.
This beautiful photograph capturing a swallow feeding its young has been crowned The Journal’s Picture of the Week.
Four decades of friendship have been celebrated as visitors from France returned to Lowestoft.
A symbolic milestone was reached as French and English towns celebrated the 40th anniversary of their twinning.
Offshore wind opportunities in the East of England were showcased at Europe’s largest wind energy conference.
A man was taken to hospital after the mobility scooter he was driving fell off a promenade and on top of two sunbathers.
A man described the moment he nearly jumped in the freezing sea to save a woman from the waves after she fell off the rocks near Lowestoft’s South Pier last night.
Directors at a Non-League football club have quashed rumours that they are looking to sell their home ground.
Suffolk’s nature took centre stage for artists at Gunton Warren in Lowestoft at the town’s first ‘Soundcamp’.
A historic beach village will be celebrated during a special event next month.
A lifeboat team was on alert to rescue a dog stranded out to sea.
A well-known Lowestoft DJ is facing allegations that his YouTube channel hosted videos which may incite gang violence.
Lowestoft’s World of Fish and Hughes’s Fish Company in West Mersea, near Colchester, have been shortlisted for an industry accolade.
The chairman of Lowestoft & Yarmouth has assured players and supporters that the club’s future is not at risk after the first XV dropped out of their league.
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.
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