Autumn is here - and that means birds are on the move. Waveney Bird Club members have been showing visitors to the famous RSPB Minsmere just how miraculous migration really is.
Air racing fans in Beccles are preparing for a weekend of action as an international aviation tour visits the town for the first time.
Ironman Vichy, in France, on August 27, had been the target race of 2017 for a pack of Bungay Black Dogs.
A Beccles-based manufacturer has helped to net a world record after answering an unusual commission for a football match being played at 15,000 ft.
Tom Neil flew 157 times during the Battle of Britain, shooting down 13 enemy aircraft.
A theatre group is touring Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night around the parks, pubs and village halls of South Norfolk and Suffolk.
The popular annual Lowestoft in Bloom competition has been launched.
Final preparations are being putting in place as Beccles Farmers’ Market look to take their produce online.
A 22-year-old is hoping to create a “vital lifeline” for East Anglian food and drink producers and save a local farmers’ market.
There is an eclectic mix of entertainment at the Marina Theatre this week - with films, children’s shows and musical talent on offer.
A Beccles author is to switch from television to the big screen on a major Norfolk made film project.
The sounds of two pop greats will coming from the Fisher Theatre in Bungay over the next week with two exciting gigs.
Tributes have been paid to a former Spitfire fighter pilot, who died just days before his 101st birthday.
A man who paid for the construction of the first surgery in Loddon has died at the age of 99.
James Johnston, 93, didn’t expect many people would understand what it was like for him to land on the beaches of Normandy in 1944 and become a part of living history.
With holly adorning a mantelpiece, a log fire burning and the family cat curled up on the sofa, Liz Evans’ Wangford home is the quintessential Christmas cottage.
A Halesworth war veteran has been united with the nephew of his late best friend after more than 70 years without contact with the family.
A newspaper story and a chance find online has reunited a Halesworth war veteran with the nephew of his best friend who was killed during the second world war.
After 1,200 miles walking through four countries over 75 days – and with a knee injury – a pilgrim has completed her epic journey.
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