Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft firms were among the exhibitors at Europe’s largest offshore wind energy conference.
Free children’s activities will return to Lowestoft this summer.
Hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects to a “wonderful” former council leader.
The future of Lowestoft’s Battery Green car park site has moved a step closer to being secured, though it still remains unclear what this will actually entail.
We asked the general election candidates in Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:
It has finally got its own town council, but what role do Lowestoft residents want the new governing body to have?
A harbour porpoise is believed to have been struck by a boat in Lowestoft’s harbour this weekend – making it the fourth marine mammal to die on Suffolk’s coastline in a week.
Two groups of Travellers have set up camps in Lowestoft and Oulton Broad.
Council flags have been flown at half-mast across Suffolk as communities pay their respects following the “horrific events” of the Manchester terror attack.
Fundraisers from the Lowestoft-based Lauren Lou appeal, which continues to raise money and awareness in aid of Cancer Research UK, have been boosted by a street collection.
Organisers of an inaugural event have hailed it as “a real celebration.”
Lowestoft’s new council has met for the first time and voted to keep the town’s traditional mayor.
The inaugural meeting of Oulton Broad Parish Council has been held, with Ben Falat voted in as the first ever chairman.
Touching tributes have been paid following the death of “influential” Waveney District Council leader Colin Law, after a short battle with illness.
A new scheme dedicated to helping people get into volunteering has been unveiled alongside a project promoting Lowestoft, its businesses and amenities.
More than 100 wheelie bins were found ablaze in a car park near Southwold Pier in the early hours of this morning.
A nuisance noise ‘hotline’ has reopened, to help ensure that people in east Suffolk are able to enjoy a peaceful summer.
After all the debates, claims and counterclaims of a closely fought election campaign, the most important question a candidate might have to answer in this year’s poll could well be...heads or tails?
Voters in Waveney have gone to the polls to vote in the local elections today.
More than 90 calls to remove illegally dumped waste were made to Waveney District Council last month - with the authority urging people living in rural areas to be vigilant.
The Labour Party have revealed their candidate in Waveney for next month’s general election.
The public will go to the polls on May 4 to pick who should represent them at Suffolk County Council.
Lowestoft Town Sports Academy will be offering a free six-week coaching block to girls in schools within the area.
Sixth form students have explored the world of marine science during a special visit.
A charity which supports families and victims of domestic abuse across Waveney has marked a significant anniversary with the unveiling of new facilities.
Leaders behind a campaign to ensure a former hospital remains open for public use are urging members of the community to attend a meeting to have their say on the site’s future.
Local government in the county is facing major changes with the creation of a new East Suffolk Council stretching from Felixstowe to Lowestoft in two years’ time.
Affordable new homes are set to be built in Lowestoft after a scheme for 18 flats was given the go-ahead.
Drivers in one of our local authority areas are among the best in the country at dodging parking fines, new figures have revealed.
An open air music venue, visitor centre and attraction to showcase the historic Beach Village are among some of the ideas people from Lowestoft would like to see at the country’s most easterly point.
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