A man was taken to hospital with a head injury after he was involved in a collision with a 50cc scooter.
A man has been charged with possession with intent to supply Class B drugs after police raided a home.
The brave service of sailors in the Second World War is set to remembered this weekend.
A motorbike was stolen during an early morning theft in Lowestoft.
A scheme to revive historic parts of a coastal town will begin next month.
A town centre gaming company has relaunched after undergoing weeks of refurbishment.
Empty offices near a town centre could be set for a new lease of life.
A popular town centre retailer is making final preparations ahead of unveiling a larger store in a new location.
Investigations are continuing after a robber threatened a man with a knife at a bus stop.
Work is continuing as more than 50 concrete beach chalets on a popular promenade are demolished.
A man has been arrested following the discovery of a cannabis factory at a home that had the door open and blood on the handle.
A council will re-open its customer services centre to a limited number of people from next week for appointments.
An inpatient unit for young people with acute mental health conditions has been awarded a prized accreditation.
More than 30 affordable homes will be built on a vacant town centre site after plans were given the go-ahead.
Excited children were given an extra special treat as they returned to nursery school.
A man suffered a broken jaw after being punched in the face by a teenager when trouble flared in a park.
A 54-year-old roadie with a band, who repeatedly lunged at a man with a knife and sprayed a CS gas canister at him in a “vicious” attack at a caravan park, has been jailed for 28 months.
A man was taken to hospital following a serious fall.
A man has been jailed for 10 weeks after admitting harassment that caused “considerable distress” to his female victim.
More than 300 businesses in Felixstowe have the opportunity to decide if they want to be part of scheme to champion their interests.
Revised plans that could see more than 30 affordable homes built on a vacant town centre site look set to be given the go-ahead.
A man fought back and saw off a robber after being threatened with a knife at a bus stop.
A commitment of £140,000 has been made for the return of the First Light Festival to Lowestoft next year, after coronavirus forced this year’s event to be cancelled.
A blueprint for investment in Lowestoft over the next 10 years is to be submitted to the government next month in a bid to secure up to £25million of cash for key projects.
Plans to turn a historic hotel into flats and a café have been amended after concerns were raised.
A coastal theatre and producers of a popular Christmas pantomime have postponed its festive production until 2021.
A task group to bring under control soaring costs of big infrastructure projects in Suffolk has been operating for nine months, it has emerged.
Lowestoft’s Lake Lothing Third Crossing is to be called the Gull Wing, it has been announced – with councillors giving their final approval.
Fresh questions are being raised over the escalating costs of major highways infrastructure projects in Suffolk in the wake of the £34million increase in the Lake Lothing Third Crossing project.
The commitment to pursuing plans for a third crossing over Lake Lothing is a sign that the town is “open for business”, say council chiefs.
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