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A care home which delivers an “exceptional” service has been praised by inspectors.
A health and wellbeing information event being held next month is aiming to raise awareness of the support available for those with bowel and bladder conditions.
A new defibrillator has been installed in a rural village, thanks to help from a Lowestoft-based social enterprise.
Police have issued a warning to householders following further reports of scam telephone calls in the area.
A scheme to turn “much neglected” land into a “valuable community asset” looks set to be approved.
An African children’s choir will make a welcome return to Lowestoft as they entertain with an uplifting gospel show next month.
Staff and students at a special school are celebrating once more.
People are being asked to express their views on proposals for the future management of Southwold Harbour.
A football club is launching a new initiative to help raise awareness of mental health issues.
Work to repair a collapsed sewer on a major through-road is nearing completion – more than 13 weeks after the emergency works began.
Part of a busy road has been temporarily closed as almost 15 weeks of “extensive” roadworks get under way.
Coastal communities have been battered by high tides and flooding this morning.
A flood warning has been issued for low lying properties along the tidal River Waveney.
Almost a year on from the announcement that the historic archives from Lowestoft Record Office were to be moved, historians, heritage authors and campaigners remain united in opposing the proposals.
Bin collections are returning to their normal schedule from today (Monday) following changes over the festive period.
More than 40 vehicles were stopped by police during patrols along the A47.
That was the year that was – and 2018 certainly had a lot going for it in terms of entertainment.
Emergency services were called out in the early hours after a man was taken ill on a boat.
Leading acoustic musicians from across the UK will be hitting the east coast for a special event – and you could join them on stage.
Hard working volunteers have been honoured for their tireless efforts during a special awards ceremony.
New homes look set to be created after the “long overdue development” of an underused site was given the go-ahead.
The Growing Together Project is continuing in the New Year having been successfully run at The Wellbeing Day Centre in Oulton Broad.
A former shop, which has been boarded up and subjected to fly tipping after being vacant for two years, could be turned into a new two bedroom flat.
The festive period is often a special time of the year for family and friends to come together and celebrate.
Thousands of meals were donated to help people in need over the festive season.
A teenager has been taken to hospital following an incident on a busy road.
A council has refused plans to build two new prefabricated homes on a residential park.
Once this training has been completed successfully, new adult volunteers will have a chance to take their skills out to public gatherings in the local area and deliver life saving first aid to anyone who needs it.
A winter weather homeless provision remains “very busy” as emergency bed spaces and support continues to be provided to those in need.
Police inquiries are continuing in the search to find a missing teenager.
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