Witnesses are being sought after a man indecently exposed himself to children in an alleyway and a woman as she made her way home.
The Sporting Memories Group at Lowestoft Library will be welcoming a special guest next week.
A firm has welcomed two new starters at its Lowestoft office and one at its Halesworth office as part a new intake of 18 apprentices and graduate trainees.
After a successful start to a popular steam rally, organisers are hopeful that visitors will continue to turn out to enjoy the exhibits and entertainment.
An independent police conduct investigation, which was launched after a man died following an arrest at a holiday park, is “almost complete”.
He was one of just eight people from East Anglia to have been awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship this year.
Hundreds of people have descended on a popular park as displays, exhibits and fun for all ages attract the crowds.
A new temporary exhibition has been unveiled at a popular museum – with a special guest in attendance to mark the occasion.
A new programme offering a “long-term commitment” to supporting the rehabilitation of stroke survivors has been launched.
The Fisher Theatre in Bungay is set to showcase a stunning story later this month.
Beccles Rotary Club hosted a party of 10 people visiting from the Rotary Club of Naarden-Bussum in Holland, continuing an exchange between the two clubs that has continued for many years.
A high calibre line up will take to the stage at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield for the Lowestoft Jazz Weekend.
The Lowestoft Players have this week been supported by John Grose Ford by hosting a West End stage prop of a replica Mk II Ford Cortina.
This year’s Christmas Day swim charity applications have now opened – with organisers looking for worthwhile local charities to benefit from the donated sponsorships raised.
It is a popular annual event that regularly attracts thousands of visitors.
The starter gun may have been fired, but the race to save an historic pub is gathering pace as villagers rally round to save their local.
A nurse from East Coast Community Healthcare, who has helped hundreds of children and families across Waveney during her long career, has retired.
More than 1,100 drivers were caught speeding by police in Suffolk during a week-long enforcement campaign.
A party style atmosphere attracted the crowds as thousands of people enjoyed a weekend of entertainment.
A blind veteran from Beccles has shown how to overcome obstacles and make the most of life after sight loss.
A voluntary ambassador for the Big Blue Ocean Clean Up organisation has called on people to join in with efforts to keep our beautiful beaches free from litter.
Handbell ringers will entertain as a concert takes centre in a popular church this weekend.
A popular agricultural fun day will return for the 28th year next month.
With less than a week to go until the town’s first collaborative community production of Oliver! is performed, anticipation is running high.
The local branch of the Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) held a Wings Appeal collection at the Morrisons store in Beccles at the weekend.
The Suffolk Army Cadet Force has returned from their annual camp in Germany, with success for the Lowestoft based “B” Company.
Another significant milestone has been reached in Lowestoft’s bid for a long-awaited third crossing.
The East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership is to host another of its popular guided walks this weekend between Darsham and Halesworth.
It is one of Suffolk’s most historic villages, renowned for its historic buildings and scenic rural setting.
Healthy walks have been organised by OneLife Suffolk.
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