Numerous food and drink producers, shops, restaurants and wholesalers are providing delivery services for essential items during the continuing coronavirus crisis.
A warning has been issued to householders following reports of scam messages claiming to be from the government offering money to help during the coronavirus pandemic.
As part of East Suffolk Council’s response to the impact of coronavirus on vulnerable residents, a new community fund of more than £70,000 has been launched.
Firefighters from across Suffolk carried out visits to almost 700 people over the weekend during “essential” welfare checks.
Revised timetables are operating on a number of bus routes across the region.
Major repairs to a bridge that had been found in a dangerous “deteriorating” state have been completed, but repair work is set to continue at the scene for another week.
Train services between Norwich and Lowestoft are being disrupted following reports of trespassers on the rail tracks.
Schools and community cafés may have closed temporarily during the continuing coronavirus crisis, but help is available for young people in need.
Garden waste collections are to be suspended amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.
A chainsaw was among items stolen after a garage was burgled.
They have improved the activity levels of children in schools across north Suffolk, showcased talented teams and individuals and highlighted the importance of health and wellbeing.
Management at a popular theatre have thanked the generosity of the community after closing the building as the coronavirus crisis continues.
Witnesses are being sought after thieves broke into a business yard and stole gas cylinders.
A temporary timetable will be in use from next week as changes are made to a popular bus service.
Lowestoft Lions have had to revise plans to distribute the 500 chocolate eggs from their cancelled Easter egg trail in light of the government guidelines on social distancing.
Bungalows could be demolished to make way for a new residential development, provided plans get the go-ahead.
Householders are being urged to remain vigilant following scam messages claiming to be from HMRC offering tax rebates as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bus services in the Lowestoft, Beccles and Great Yarmouth areas are continuing to run with reduced timetables following government guidelines on social distancing.
Four new flats could be unveiled in a prime location on the corner of a historic high street, provided plans get the go-ahead.
Staff and management at a popular theatre have once again praised the “kindness and generosity” the community has shown them.
Fraudsters are targeting families following reports of scam emails being sent that claim to help with funding towards free meals while the school is closed.
Police have issued a warning as “heartless criminals” look to exploit the vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic.
After prime minister Boris Johnson announced a nationwide lockdown, East Suffolk Council’s customer services centre at the Marina in Lowestoft will now close for ‘face-to-face’ enquiries and visits.
New shops and flats could be built as part of plans to transform a former pub and prestigious retailer.
A popular theme park that was due to re-open next month is postponing its opening amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.
Motorists are being warned about a spate of scam messages from someone claiming to be from the DVLA.
One person was taken to hospital following a two-car crash on a busy road.
It is an “extremely popular” part of a school’s week which regularly entertains, enthuses and is enjoyed by pupils.
Organisers of a 24-hour festival have cancelled the return of this year’s spectacular due to the coronavirus crisis.
A town council by-election that was scheduled to take place next week has been postponed amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.