This beautiful close-up wildlife shot of a hunting Kingfisher enjoying a spot of lunch has been crowned The Journal's Picture of the Week.
Sports facilities could transform a large area of farmland as part of a major £6m development.
A country park, 900 new homes, a new school, shops and a retirement community could transform a number of arable fields near Lowestoft.
They are associated with cooking on an open camp fire, but scouts have shown they have the potential to be top chefs.
A teenage boy has raised awareness of racial stereotyping after he claims he was profiled at a Beccles supermarket.
A fraudster has been spared jail after stealing a bank card from a "vulnerable" cancer sufferer.
A rogue trader who conned homeowners by failing to complete building work at their properties has been told he will be jailed when he is sentenced next month.
A new children's nursery could be built on a parcel of land near a residential development, despite objections from neighbours.
This stunning snap capturing the silhouette of a happy dog playing in the sea during sunrise has been named The Journal's Picture of the Week.
A terrified father has bought a stab vest after the latest in a string of anti-social attacks on his family home.
Relief could soon be in sight for families, staff and motorists on the school run, as new parking improvements may resolve serious traffic problems.
Two men have been charged with burglary following a break in at a Carlton Colville home.
Witnesses are being sought after two bikes were stolen from outside a home in Carlton Colville.
On top of the world!
Fiona Jermy, 25, from Carlton Colville tipped the scales at 15st 12lb when she first joined the weight loss group three years ago.
See how your postcode area fared in terms of the number of houses sold from February-July and whether they went for more or less money than a year ago in a new report which gives a new picture of the local housing market.
This beautiful photograph capturing the beauty of Britain's coastline has been crowned The Journal's Picture of the Week.
An annual gala day will return with more than ten hours of entertainment.
This is the moment a motorbike races past a motorist on the wrong side of the road, seemingly well over the speed limit.
Nervous faces of students turning up to school in Lowestoft and Southwold transformed into jubilation and delight as they received their A-level and BTEC results.
A church will be filled with colour once again as a popular flower festival is staged.
Let's get ready to thumble!
The latest Waveney District councillors' monthly drop-in surgery for Carlton Colville residents will be held next week.
This spectacular sunrise shot capturing the stunning colours of early morning Covehithe has been crowned The Journal's Picture of the Week.
People who die without enough money for a cremation are being buried in unmarked communal graves.
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