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Part of Halesworth town centre will be closed for three days next month to allow for repairs following a fire that ripped through two Grade II listed flats above the town’s newsagents.

The dumping of a caravan in a quiet country lane has been branded the “ultimate in fly tipping” by an appalled resident.

Waveney District Council

A missing plane containing a Premier League striker is not owned by a Bungay company - despite reports in the national media.

Premier League

Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing 14-year-old girl from Lowestoft.

Suffolk Police

Lorries are continuing to travel through a small market town instead of using a new £7m relief road - prompting calls for weight restrictions to be brought in.

Five identical stray kittens have been given a permanent home after being taken in by a homelessness charity.

Chris North will be hitting the stage at Beccles Public Hall next month for the third installment of Amazing Mysteries.

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Beccles and Bungay Sport

Friday, January 18, 2019
Shaun Whiteman

The Black Dogs dropped more vital Anglian Combination Division One points on Saturday as they once again conceded a last minute goal — this time to bottom club Reepham.

I had to be fit for work, now it’s not so easy, says ex-city footballer Darren Eadie


Beccles secured the title with a clinical 55-12 win at Wymondham II.


Beccles Town kicked off the New Year at Blofield, who they had beaten in the earlier match at College Meadow 3-2, and suffered a disappointing 4-1 defeat.

Beccles Town

Beccles all but clinched a top two position in Eastern Counties 1N to cement their place in phase two of the season.


Beccles and Bungay Events

A legendary troubadour will be treating fans to an intimate evening of songs and stories.

When Loddon Players staged their first pantomime in 1976, they chose Cinderella for their debut production.

Roaring lions, swinging monkeys and excitable meerkats are all currently taking part in the ‘big count’ at Africa Alive!

A popular annual music event in Gorleston is set to return to whisk away post-Christmas blues.


The New Year will start in style as a jazz club showcases the songs of Dudley, Hoagy and Mose.

Norfolk and Suffolk Entertainment

The Buggles said that Video Killed the Radio Star back in 1980 but now, in 2019, they might need to update their lyrics to reflect the entertainment world’s latest giant - the podcast.

United Kingdom

Sir Ranulph Fiennes, named by the Guinness Booked of Records as ‘the world’s greatest living explorer’, reveals what frightens him and why he won’t be hanging up his hiking boots anytime soon.


A woman who was first inspired to become an actress when she was at school in Norwich is to appear in an upcoming episode of Call The Midwife.


Fans of panto star Ben Langley will still get to see him in Norfolk this year as tickets on sale for his solo show.

United Kingdom

Norfolk and Suffolk Sport

The Black Dogs dropped more vital Anglian Combination Division One points on Saturday as they once again conceded a last minute goal — this time to bottom club Reepham.

Shaun Whiteman

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