A group of firefighters are midway through the second day of a gruelling charity bike ride.
The leader of Suffolk County Council set out his priorities for Waveney at an event in the centre of Lowestoft.
People across Suffolk are being asked for their views on proposals for sand and gravel quarrying at 10 sites over the next decade.
Two libraries in Waveney will be closing for a week while refurbishments take place.
Leader of Suffolk County Council Matthew Hicks was unable to confirm the future of the Lowestoft Records Office but promised plans would be put in place to keep a facility in the town.
The new Lake Lothing crossing could go over its original budget with council documents warning it could cost up to £100m.
The dream of Lowestoft’s long-awaited third crossing is moving a step closer to reality as the first formal planning application is lodged.
Councillors have demanded that council money be provided to ensure a physical archives facility in north Lowestoft survives.
A Suffolk council, which came under fire after investing millions of pounds from the pension fund in tobacco firms despite promoting stop smoking messages, has bought stocks in another cigarette company, it has emerged.
Residents are being urged to stay vigilant as part of Scams Awareness Month.
The dates for a festival which aims to bring in thousands of people and more than £1 million of investment have been announced by one of its main collaborators.
The fight to save Lowestoft Record Office has been given renewed vigour after councillors pledged to support a “long-term” and “sustainable” solution to keep archives in the town.
A petition with more than 7,000 signatures against the closure of Lowestoft Record Office will be presented to the county council tomorrow.
With less than a month to go until the start of a charity bike ride, a group of firefighters are calling on the support of locals to help them reach their fundraising target.
Lowestoft and Southwold’s beaches and waters have been given glowing recommendations by the organisations which rates their cleanliness and safety.
The new mayor of Beccles is hoping to improve the town’s facilities for younger generations while also recognising its past accomplishments during her year in office.
Pakefield High School has announced plans to become an academy which could see Lowestoft without any local authority controlled secondary schools if the move is approved.
The number of visitors to Suffolk’s three record offices has plummeted to just half what they were a decade ago, new figures have shown.
Suffolk County council is to have a new leader – cabinet member Matthew Hicks defeated Colin Noble in the election for the leader of the ruling Conservative group.
Business chiefs say the future prosperity of businesses in Norfolk require “fit for purpose” transport links as figures show crippling low average journey speeds between the county’s towns.
A group of six firefighters are preparing to saddle up as they embark on a charity bike ride.
Suffolk County Council are giving away free compost and offering workshops as part of their Compost Awareness Week.
A man who died after a two-car crash in Aldeby, near Beccles, has been named locally as Daniel Blowers.
Suffolk County Council leader Colin Noble is facing the fight of his political life after being challenged for the top job by fellow cabinet member Matthew Hicks.
The impact of fishing post-Brexit in Lowestoft took on national significance at a debate in the House of Commons.
The people of Beccles have expressed their desire to honour a much-loved artist from the town by naming a major new A-road after him.
Partners, families and friends are being encouraged to consider what they can do to become a ‘Breast Friend’ to mothers.
The battle to halt the closure of Lowestoft Record Office was brought to the forefront of Suffolk County Council at their full council meeting.
Used nappies, food and glass are among the frequent items wrongly put in recycling bins in Suffolk – and it’s costing the taxpayer more than half a million pounds each year.
Only two thirds of fire appliances reached property blazes within 11 minutes of getting an emergency call during the last three months of 2017, according to new figures from Suffolk County Council.
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