Members of the community, who are passionate about their area, are being asked to make a difference and stand for election to the new Lowestoft and Oulton Broad Parish Councils.
East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.
A total of seven Waveney businesses have been presented with awards for offering customers a wide variety of healthier food choices.
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An international designer has called on a coastal town’s businesses and community to unite to usher in the dawning of a new era.
Vital support for dementia and Alzheimer’s sufferers and their families is to be reduced in Lowestoft and Waveney from April.
Arts, culture and heritage on the east coast will be further enhanced over the next three years thanks to a successful bid for more than £700,000 in national funding and a new partnership project.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week Waveney MP Peter Aldous visited students and staff at Lowestoft College to learn more about apprenticeships.
Nearly 400 pupils attended the second annual careers fair at Ormiston Denes Academy in Lowestoft.
As a show of goodwill to businesses and customers affected by the roadworks in Oulton Broad, Waveney District Council has announced a period of free parking in the Boulevard car park.
Prospective agents and candidates for the Suffolk County Council elections on May 4 are being invited to attend briefing sessions in Lowestoft.
Visitors and the local community will be able to enjoy three days of free parking at Belvedere Road car park in Lowestoft.
Following the decision to create new councils to represent the people and communities of Lowestoft and Oulton Broad, the first ever elections are now only two months away.
The death of a war veteran killed by his daughter could not have been prevented by health workers, an independent review has found.
A special information event will give people and businesses in Lowestoft the chance to find out more about current projects taking place in the town.
Waveney District Council has voted to increase its share of the council tax bill by just over three per cent.
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.
A popular supermarket is set to open its doors in Lowestoft once more after undergoing a complete rebuild and refurbishment.
A popular community litter pick scheme is set to return for the spring.
Community leaders have approved plans for the transition of on-street parking enforcement from police to local authorities.
Lowestoft Museum trustees have written to Waveney District Council outlining their concerns over proposals to transfer the museum building and some of its collection to new parish and town councils from April.
Southwold has been awarded the designation of a Coastal Community Team (CCT) and a grant to develop an economic plan to meet challenges facing the local economy.
A scheme to transform a largely redundant brownfield site with a drive-through coffee shop, restaurant and homes has been given the go-ahead.
Commemorating more than 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, dignitaries, residents and young people joined together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
The biggest shake-up in council services in Lowestoft and Waveney for a generation has been given the go-ahead, paving the way for change across the area.
It is a time when a town falls silent in remembering others.
A blueprint which outlines how one of the region’s most popular tourist destinations will grow over the next 20 years has been officially enshrined into law.
Compromise has been reached over proposals to extend the ban on dogs at the beach of a coastal town with community leaders agreeing a shorter exclusion time period.
A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day will be held in Lowestoft next week.
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