Lowestoft’s new council has met for the first time and voted to keep the town’s traditional mayor.
Talented and dedicated students have been honoured at an inaugural awards ceremony.
It has been a historic day for local democracy with representatives voted onto the new Lowestoft Town Council for the first time.
Counting is under way to discover who will be elected onto the new town council for Lowestoft.
A sponsored bike ride will set off from Lowestoft this weekend.
Hundreds of patriotic Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and their leaders from across Waveney have proudly marched through two towns in honouring their patron saint.
The popular annual Lowestoft in Bloom competition has been launched.
A boost has been given to the mayor of Lowestoft’s charities following the annual Mayor’s Ball.
A host of good causes have received a share of £10,000 raised by hardy swimmers and their supporters during the Lowestoft Christmas Day Swim.
A charity which provides help for the community and the environment has officially opened its new premises.
The mayor of Lowestoft, Nick Webb, is hosting a charity ball as part of his efforts to support Alzheimer’s Society.
Commemorating more than 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, dignitaries, residents and young people joined together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
It is a time when a town falls silent in remembering others.
A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day will be held in Lowestoft next week.
More than 200 students, staff, families and sponsors gathered for an annual awards evening
When even retail guru Mary Portas could not save a long-running independent, family-run coastal department store, there was great anxiety about the future a key town centre site.
A community has rallied round to help a mother-of-five with terminal cancer as she aims to raise funds to support her family after her death.
There were rosy cheeks and beaming smiles aplenty as hundreds gathered to celebrate the switching on of the Christmas lights in Lowestoft.
The community came together in Lowestoft today, as the annual Remembrance Sunday parade and service was held.
Popular theatre group the Lowestoft Players have celebrated the completion of a new step in their project, From Bethel to Theatre.
Hundreds observed a two minutes silence to honour fallen servicemen and women during Armistice Day services in Lowestoft and Southwold.
More than 300 runners have hit the startline for an inaugural race in Lowestoft.
New jobs will be created as a discount chain retailer expands into a “new and improved store” in Lowestoft town centre.
People are being encouraged to support a popular event that is helping to raise funds for research into dementia.
Parents and community leaders were invited to see inside the first high school to be built in Suffolk for 20 years as the final phase of the building was completed.
A Labour mayor has stunned his party by resigning the whip in protest at the way the party operates both nationally and in Waveney.
A musical competition showcased some of the area’s emerging talents when it was held during the Lowestoft Summer Festival.
A voluntary group is aiming to raise awareness about autism so more people can understand how it affects families and individuals.
The town was well and truly rocking and rolling as a celebration of 1950s music, cars and fashion brought the past to life.
“This is not the time or place to be having a leadership contest” - that is the view of some of Labour’s leading activists in Waveney after Jeremy Corbyn faced a motion of no confidence.
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