An MP has slammed Suffolk County Council’s decision to move archives out of Lowestoft prior to a public consultation
on the future of the town’s
People who die without enough money for a cremation are being buried in unmarked communal graves.
An MP has said he believes a colleague’s failure to abstain from a key Brexit vote on Tuesday was a “genuine mistake.”
The first major building project as part of a £2.5 billion offshore wind farm began in earnest at a groundbreaking event.
Military heroes of past, present and future were saluted as a town came together to celebrate Armed Forces Day.
A celebration event will be held next weekend to mark the purchase of new land in the Broads.
Fun for all the family attracted “an amazing turnout” as a summer fete was hailed a success.
Suffolk’s seven MPs showcased some of the finest food, drink and entertainment from across the county as part of a celebration in parliament.
The organisers of a day celebrating the heritage of Lowestoft and the east coast of Suffolk have said they are already planning for next year’s event.
It’s a practice that is said to be damaging the ocean, depleting fish stocks and destroying jobs.
The dream of Lowestoft’s long-awaited third crossing is moving a step closer to reality as the first formal planning application is lodged.
A concerned MP is leading the fight to install a 24-hour cashpoint in a town stripped of its last bank.
The success of a care farm has been hailed by Waveney MP, Peter Aldous, at a special event.
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The Lowestoft in Bloom committee will be holding a coffee morning and plant sale for the first time this year.
A charity has raised around £1,500 following a three day static bicycle ride to raise money for a new brain injury centre.
The campaign to save Lowestoft’s record office continued last week as founders of Save Our Record Office (SORO) invited Waveney MP Peter Aldous to the site.
Hundreds of Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and their leaders have proudly put their best foot forward to celebrate their patron saint St George.
The impact of fishing post-Brexit in Lowestoft took on national significance at a debate in the House of Commons.
More than 20 people came together to raise funds for a charity helping those with brain injuries and disabilities.
The British air strikes against Syria has provoked a mixed reaction from our region’s MPs.
Pupils and staff at a Waveney primary school fundraised and raised awareness for a brain tumour charity with a special wear a hat day.
Calls for local justice to return to the town were among the suggestions put forward by people who responded to the news that Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court is up for sale.
A profoundly deaf child took his case for a British Sign Language (BSL) GCSE to the heart of British politics.
The site of the former Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court is up for sale after standing empty for two years.
Maps showing predicted coastal erosion near Corton may be redrawn due to potential improvements to existing sea defences in the area.
A celebration of the Royal Air Force’s centenary will be marked with a charity collection and free film show on the Easter weekend.
East Anglia’s fishing industry has reacted with disappointment to the “catastrophic” news that the UK will continue to be affected by European Union fishing quotas until 2021.
Volunteers turned out in force to plant almost 500 trees in a popular wildlife haven.
Fishing leaders have warned the government it would miss out on a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to regenerate East Anglia’s coastal towns if fishing rights are given away in Brexit negotiations.
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