Three years after work began on a new care home for Beccles, Dell House has officially opened its doors.
A mother has hit out at vandals who scrawled offensive images and homophobic slurs on equipment at a children’s play park.
The Beccles Police Station is on the market for £750,000 after development plans were submitted by Suffolk Constabulary.
A student has launched an LGBTQIA+ support group in Beccles after he was “sick of being referred to as the only gay in the village”.
Determined residents have called for the Southern Relief Road in Beccles to be named after their village, and not after artist local artist Joe Crowfoot.
Beccles is celebrating more than a decade of supporting ethical food production as a Fairtrade town.
Waveney River Centre has announced that it will be offering luxury boating holidays, starting in Easter.
Students from seven primary schools dressed in their casual clothes to raise money for the mayors appeal.
A £7m relief road has still not been named after the beloved artist it was intended to honour as those responsible for the signs claim they were not aware they needed to install them.
A boxing gym with branches in Norwich, Lowestoft and Beccles is launching a new academy in partnership with an agency aimed at improving the lives of young people.
The community have been asked to donate their crisp packets, toothbrushes and contact lenses in a new recycling initiative.
The familiar taste of Paravanni’s ice cream is etched in to the memory of generations across the region.
The community have recognised the hard work of dedicated members in the Beccles Community Awards.
Owners of some of the most remarkable homes in East Anglia share their halls, farmhouses, moated manors or towers with visitors as part of Invitation to View 2019.
Parravani’s is celebrating its 121st birthday, as it takes the crown for oldest independent ice cream maker in the country.
An 85-year-old grandmother says she has twice tried to take her own life after serious concerns went unanswered at a care home rated inadequate.
A charity that works with people living with disabilities in Great Yarmouth has received a surprise donation from a building contractor.
A major A-road was blocked following a collision between several vehicles.
A charity has been left stunned by a “whopping” windfall that will secure its lifeline service helping hundreds of people just as it faces new demands on its budget.
The mayor of Beccles went head-to-head with the town’s pantomine dame in a fierce bake-off challenge.
Beccles was once again glowing with festive cheer during its annual Christmas lights switch-on.
Rail lines were blocked after a points failure at Lowestoft train station this morning.
One of Beccles’ most famous exports could become the face of the new £50 note.
Is ‘change’ always ‘progress’? Take a look and decide
The magical glow of Christmas will soon be illuminating towns across Waveney as festive lights switch-on events take centre stage.
It is described as a “spectacular family musical.”
Two towns which have been stripped of a police presence in the latest restructuring of the force are calling for more to be done in rural communities.
A vehicle fire at a village in North Suffolk has been attended by both the Suffolk and Norfolk fire service.
A busy road will be closed for more than three weeks while work to install a new crossing gets under way after months of delays.
An event to raise awareness of the difficulties that visually impaired and blind people face as part of their every day routines has been hailed a success.
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