In the late 19th and early 20th century over 100,000 British children were taken from their families and sent abroad to work.
Jasmine Allen, 19, has only recently left college, but she is now going on to work in the fast-growing renewable energy sector.
Bake them, varnish them, or soak them in vinegar - whatever your secret, get ready because the area's biggest annual conkers tournament is returning.
Bungay's deputy mayor has labelled local vandals "morons" after the town's newly installed ping pong tables were damaged.
A couple who lived their lives and created a business and family around Loddon are about to celebrate their diamond anniversary.
Work on a much needed centre for people with life-limiting illnesses is nearing completion, with chairs thanking the community for donations and support.
A council has issued a reminder to householders about the appropriate use of their bins - after a "forest in a bin" was discovered during collection.
A Green Party councillor is pushing for innovative ways to rethink our relationship with plastic by recycling items normally thrown to waste.
A local visual artists group are bucking the trend of high street closures by reclaiming an empty retail unit to showcase the region's artistic talent.
An innovative resource centre for people with life-limiting illnesses has been given a £5,000 boost.
A director of Beccles lido has said poor weather and out of date facilities are the reason 4,000 fewer people visited this summer.
A classic car show held earlier this year raised a huge amount of money for the Great Ormond Street children's hospital in London.
A popular festival celebrating a Norfolk town's rich seafaring history has been held for the 20th year.
A five-year-old was moved by the story of a local woman with cancer to do a charity fundraising dance.
Lowestoft South Fire Station opened its doors to the public in celebration of its 10th anniversary at the new building.
A classic ship that has been a regular sight off the East Anglian coast for 10 years has sailed out of Lowestoft for its last time.
What started as a labour of love soon turned into a project of great historical significance.
Guests were evacuated early this morning after a fire at a hotel in Carlton Colville in Suffolk.
A mysterious punter from the region has won a whopping £200,000 from a £5 stake on an accumulator bet placed with Ladbrokes.
Two sisters have called a funeral director's treatment of their parents' shared grave 'disrespectful' after seeing it piled with dirt from an adjacent burial.
A daschund has been reunited with his owner following a frantic 72-hour search by dozens of people after he escaped from kennels.
"It's time to talk about perimenopause," says a personal trainer turned web-developer who is tired of the taboo around women's health.
Fire crews were called after a portable building burst into flames.
A baker who has been regularly selling his cakes and chutneys in aid of Help for Heroes will return to Beccles next week.
Up to 75pc of available resident parking permits across Waveney are going unclaimed, according to new figures released by East Suffolk Council.
June Mummery MEP has endorsed the new Brexit Party candidate for Waveney, Robert Rowland.
A six-year-old animal lover and bookworm from Bungay has shown amazing thoughtfulness and initiative by writing a book to support abused animals.
A family has spoken out against the "disgusting treatment of disabled customers" which ruined a family holiday to Pontins holiday park in Pakefield, Lowestoft.
Students picking up GCSE results across the region celebrated some of the best results the area has ever seen.
Nearly 90 staff resigned or were made redundant in the year Waveney District Council (WDC) and Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) merged into East Suffolk Council (ESC).