The top stories which made The Journal headlines in 2018
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Welcome to That Was The Year That Was, a three-part review of an eventful 2018 as compiled by MICK HOWES and MARK BOGGIS.
In the first part, we look back at the period between January and April.
The former Oulton Medical Centre opens as a new Otium Centre day care facility.
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Fashion Historian Amber Butchart made her presenting debut on TV's 'A Stitch In Time.'
CEFAS received a major £1.4million funding boost to renovate its site.
- 1 First look at Lowestoft's newest late night venue - part of £150k investment
- 2 'You want to be un-vaccinated? Go to Lowestoft' - rock legend's jab at town
- 3 Teens arrested in connection with burglaries and arson at Lowestoft schools
- 4 11 Suffolk hotels named among best in the country
- 5 Man and woman accused of supplying cannabis and money laundering
- 6 Former butchers shop in Lowestoft is sold at auction
- 7 How well do you know Lowestoft?
- 8 Popular family business opens new shop in Lowestoft town centre
- 9 Part of A143 closed after three-vehicle crash in early hours
- 10 Local recruitment crisis for dentists in east Suffolk
Lowestoft mental health ambassador Tod Sullivan launches inaugural conference.
The formation of a 'Super District Council' was approved by Sajid Javid.
The popular annual pancake race won by a team from Drives 4U.
Beast from the East wreaked havoc across the district.
Nine-year-old Stroke survivor Lily Dewbery completed a 5km charity run.
Work starts on the major new Gateway development on the South Lowestoft Industrial Estate.
Hundreds of people flocked to the first ever Cycle Sportive at Southwold.
Remains of a shipwreck was found at Covehithe.
A new light rescue fire engine was unveiled at Wrentham.