The damage done to 52 beach huts caught up in surging spring tides is still unknown.
That was the year that was – and 2018 certainly had a lot going for it in terms of entertainment.
Hundreds of swimmers braved the biting cold and harsh winds to jump head first into the freezing sea – all in the name of charity.
A pitch and putt golf course which cost taxpayers almost £1,000-a-week is set to close down after years of declining popularity.
Organisers of a popular festive tradition are hoping more “local heroes” will take the plunge to make this “the biggest year” of fundraising yet.
Outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were honoured at a glittering awards ceremony.
A glittering awards ceremony honouring “people who do extraordinary things” has been hailed as a “wonderful success.”
The judges for this year’s Stars of Lowestoft and Waveney awards have announced the shortlist of finalists ahead of the its annual ceremony.
A key part of Beccles’ heritage has been restored to its rightful owners as the town took back control over one of its most iconic pieces of real estate.
A new programme offering a “long-term commitment” to supporting the rehabilitation of stroke survivors has been launched.
The deadline to nominate unsung heroes from across Waveney for a community award which recognises their valiant efforts has been extended.
An Olympic gold medallist officially unveiled the new Oulton Broad Water Sports Centre at an event at Nicholas Everitt Park.
Under-16s across Waveney are being given the opportunity to swim for free this summer.
Hundreds of people have flocked to Lowestoft’s seafront as the town’s annual summer festival gets under way.
A “very successful” programme will relaunch later this month with the aim of getting more families and young people outside and active.
Organisers have hailed the success of a popular festive tradition after more than £13,000 was raised for deserving causes.
A number of leisure centres across Waveney and Great Yarmouth will remain closed today (March 3) as the inclement weather continues.
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.”
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