A controversial outline planning proposal to build 78 new homes in Carlton Colville has been unanimously refused – much to the delight of concerned residents.
A pet crematorium will soon be opening in a Suffolk village after gaining unanimous approval at a planning meeting.
A popular creative forum will be held at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft later this month.
Bin collections across Waveney and Suffolk Coastal are finally back to normal following the snow and ice of the Beast from the East.
The charity behind plans to build an information and support centre in Halesworth has re-applied for planning permission following delays with the site towards the end of last year.
An application to build a restaurant and toilets in north Lowestoft has been recommended for refusal by town councillors.
Dog walkers have been urged to stay watchful of their pets after unfamiliar substance began washing up on several beaches.
Waveney District Council’s bin collection teams could now start the process of catching up by resuming the refuse collection service tomorrow (Saturday).
Waveney District Council aims to resume bin collections on Monday after the “treacherous conditions” forced them to cancel refuse collections for a third successive day.
Rubbish collections, swimming lessons, and school events were cancelled as the Beast from the East continues to grip Waveney.
Waveney District Council’s bin collection teams are not operating today (Wednesday) due to the “treacherous conditions.”
A series of pedestrian signs have been installed throughout Lowestoft as part of a wider vision to encourage tourism and promote the town’s key attractions.
Canine conflicts resolved on Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Carlton Marshes
A 59 space car park will be built on the former site of a multi-storey car park as long-term development plans for the area remain unknown.
A leading council boss, who oversaw the aftermath of two tragedies in London, has said lessons must be learned from “every emergency situation,” during a visit to Suffolk.
The future of Lowestoft’s historic town hall site is to be progressed in the coming months as a council prepares for a major consultation.
Plans to create a new magazine are under way as councillors look to find ways of promoting their town’s youth provision.
A councillor who failed to settle his council tax on time has labelled the incident an “embarrassing oversight”.
Wreaths have been laid as a town fell silent to remember others.
Waveney councillors have voted to award themselves a 28.6pc allowance increase following a recommendation from an independent panel.
A special community information event has been organised for residents to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them.
Parking charges at a busy town car park are set to be waived in the hopes of helping out businesses hit by nearby road works.
A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day will be held in Lowestoft next week.
A husband who was forced to wash his wife in the kitchen for 16 months has been helped by a scheme designed to maintain independence.
Tributes have been paid to the “strong and principled” first female chairman of Waveney District Council.
A councillor has told how his public position enabled him to overcome depression and restore his self-esteem after he lost his vision and was left unable to work.
A charity which supports vulnerable people in Lowestoft is launching an exciting new creative project.
A government decision seeking to resolve issues faced by universal credit claimants regarding rent payments has been saluted by Waveney MP Peter Aldous and Waveney District Council (WDC).
A proposal that would see a former hospital turned into an exciting community, residential and business space has been unanimously approved.
Bin collection days for Waveney residents are set to change over the festive period.
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