The new mayor of Bungay plans to encourage more community interaction and listen to residents’ suggestions for the town during his year in office.
Two Ormiston Denes Academy students were thanked after helping an injured lady in Lowestoft.
Pupils and staff from Ormiston Denes Academy offered some Easter cheer to those in need with two charitable events at the school.
Ormiston Denes Academy celebrated LGBTQ+ people with their second annual Pride event.
With forecasters warning that high winds, possible snowfall and freezing temperatures are set to continue today (Friday), the majority of schools across Waveney have closed once more.
Rubbish collections, swimming lessons, and school events were cancelled as the Beast from the East continues to grip Waveney.
The majority of schools across Waveney have closed on Thursday following fresh weather warnings across the country.
Holocaust survivor Harry Bibring spoke at length to pupils about his experience of Nazi-occupied Austria and travelling to the UK via Kindertransport.
She is only 11, but Evangeline Lawrence from Lowestoft is already making a name for herself in the world of fencing.
A local workshop for the disabled has benefited from the success of a popular model engineering exhibition.
A group of Waveney roller skaters competed against some of the top dance clubs at a prestigious event.
A campaign created by students to alert people to the risk of flooding on the east coast is to be turned into reality.
A Lowestoft academy has been honoured with its second prestigious award of the year.
Books have been read, cakes and biscuits were sold while weights were lifted and fancy dress was worn as Children in Need fever hit the district.
Cakes will be baked, ducks will be raced and faces painted, while others will be donning fancy dress, wearing onesies and pyjamas or something spotty as they put the fun into fundraising.
A team of young athletes from across North Suffolk joined forces to compete in the southern area finals of a prestigious multisport contest.
A mentoring programme designed to raise aspirations and instil confidence in Lowestoft pupils is seeking new volunteers from local businesses.
Some of the finest replica models, highlighting skill and craftsmanship, will be showcased once more as the talents of artisans and clubs go on display.
Skill and craftsmanship is set to be showcased once more as the talents of artisans and clubs go on display.
More GCSE pupils in Suffolk passed English and maths than previously expected as praise continued to pour in after results day.
Teachers and organisers across Waveney are celebrating after winning big at a prestigious awards ceremony.
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