A driver fined 20 times in one month at the same car park has hit out at the site's owners.
A local councillor has urged the community to stay vigilant after a butcher was caught operating without being registered as a food business.
The boss of East Anglian holiday firm Hoseasons was viciously bullied at school for being gay. Caroline Culot spoke to Simon Altham about the torment he's overcome to achieve success.
Bosses have applauded the bold stance taken by Hoseasons chief executive Simon Altham after he said homophobic and racist customers were not welcome on his firm's holidays.
The boss of a famous East Anglian holiday firm has boldly declared he will not accept bookings from homophobic or racist customers stating: "Book with another agent."
A local butcher has been handed a zero hygiene rating after meat was being kept in switched-off chillers overnight and opened food jars were for sale.
Businesses have hit out at a pay-and-display car park for driving away customers due to 'unfair' parking fees.
A Co-Op convenience store could open in a former Lowestoft pub after a planning application was submitted.
A cake business which has wowed customers with its extravagant cupcakes and personalised brownies is set to open a shop.
Lowestoft's second highest rated restaurant has closed down and is up for sale.
A farmer is offering year-round glamping in a trio of pods with dramatic views across Norfolk's mill-dotted Broads.
Up and down the country, pubs are closing, as costs rise and numbers of punters dwindle. In some corners, though, optimism remains. Lauren Cope reports.
A customer has spoken of his horror after a rat ran through a McDonald's restaurant towards people eating breakfast.
A Norfolk council which only managed to sell four of 20 new beach huts in 10 months has now put a number up for rent.
Adnams' low alcohol Ghost Ship Citrus Pale Ale 0.5% has won a Gold award in the World Beer Awards 2019 just over a year after its launch.
A Suffolk police employee received a redundancy package worth more than £130,000 in the last year, annual accounts have revealed.
A seaside town's Jack Wills store has reopened, hours after bailiffs were seen changing locks and warning staff away.
The entrepreneur behind Norfolk and Suffolk's most prominent animal attractions is set to part with a large portion of his heritage horse collection as he approaches his 70th birthday.
The closure of Tesco Metro stores across East Anglia could trigger a domino effect across the region's towns and high streets, experts have warned.
Tesco has announced it will close its doors permanently next month at a town's high street store.
More big name brands will be pulling out of East Anglian market towns - Tesco leaving Lowestoft is just the first, a retail analyst has said.
A Starbucks drive through which will fuel passing commuters with caffeine and fuel the local economy with new jobs started construction on Tuesday.
Suffolk and Norfolk are lagging behind the rest of the country and must stand up and fight to secure future prosperity.
A plumber who escaped punishment at court because of his bad back faces fresh allegations today of walking out on projects despite being paid thousands of pounds.
Parents in East Anglia are the best in the country at getting their children outside and active in the school holidays, according to one of the region's top holiday firms.
The first of Greater Anglia's long-awaited new trains have gone into service in Norfolk today.
Construction work to convert a town's disused hospital into new housing and a community hub has officially begun.
Shocked food hygiene inspectors have slammed a Chinese takeaway claiming staff did not know the "difference between clean and dirty".
A hotel chain is continuing to search for sites as it plans to open a second Travelodge in a coastal town.
A Lowestoft company which makes equipment for major sport competitions has netted more success having supplied equipment for this weekend's Netball World Cup finals.
Eight fire crews were called to a larger fire in a derelict building last night.
An old ballroom at an iconic pier has been reopened as a seaside bar - boasting stunning views of one of Suffolk's best coastlines and creating four new jobs.
Two dogs were rescued from a locked car on Great Yarmouth seafront today after being left by their owners.
A mother was left "sickened" after finding out her young sons had been playing in the sea metres from dangerous defences from the Second World War.
The East Coast Truckers Children's Convoy will once again be hitting the road to treat children with special needs to a day out.
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