A council leader has defended its decision to spend more than £20,000 updating signage at its headquarters with a new logo after it was branded a “waste of tax payers’ money”.
The Waveney District Council leader discusses the interest in the council’s new signs.
The full plans of a development to transform a former ironworks in Beccles into a state-of-the-art retirement accommodation have been revealed.
A woman in her 80s fed rats at her home and sparked an infestation, even after a council had told her to stop, a court has heard.
Tributes have flooded in following the death of councillor John Groom, described as a “true Bungay man”.
An application to build 190 new homes in Halesworth will be considered by councillors at an extraordinary meeting next week.
The damage done to 52 beach huts caught up in surging spring tides is still unknown.
A row of new beach huts were left toppled and flooded by surging spring tides – just days after being “temporarily placed” on the sand.
Bin collections are returning to their normal schedule from today (Monday) following changes over the festive period.
Residents in a Suffolk town will be able to enjoy swimming their first lengths of 2019 after its pool reopened on Saturday.
New homes look set to be created after the “long overdue development” of an underused site was given the go-ahead.
Plans to install a large new logo on the side of a council headquarters have been submitted as it readies for the formation of a new ‘super district council’.
This is the moment a boathouse caught fire in Beccles over the weekend, as the occupant has been left homeless and the vessel destroyed.
The 1st Bungay Sea Scouts Group have secured another three decades on their waterfront lease as work begins on their new head quarters.
The doors of Bungay Swimming Pool will remain shut for 2018 after a fault with the boilers.
A winter weather homeless provision remains “very busy” as emergency bed spaces and support continues to be provided to those in need.
A council has issued another warning to householders, following further reports of scam calls being made.
A pitch and putt golf course which cost taxpayers almost £1,000-a-week is set to close down after years of declining popularity.
One in every five recycling trucks in Norfolk is contaminated as people are putting the “wrong things” in their bins, councils have warned.
An application to build 150 new houses in Bungay has been branded as “cheap” by the town council as the current plans could affect bigger developments in the area.
A warning has been issued to householders following reports of scam calls being made in relation to council tax in Waveney.
An incident which saw a dog chasing a deer through a nature reserve has sparked a warning to ‘irresponsible’ pet owners.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
Halesworth could be in line for 190 new homes if plans to develop farmland are approved.
A “unique and landmark” battle to redevelop a former hospital site has reached another milestone after being awarded a £150,000 grant.
A takeaway which was slammed with a zero food hygiene rating has been praised after making “considerable improvements” and earning a four during its latest inspection
A takeaway was handed a zero food hygiene rating after an inspector found a dead moth in the flour, expired food in the fridge and dirty utensils in the kitchen.
The Lowestoft Summer Festival of 2019 has been cancelled after this year’s entertainment was too loud.
A winter weather homeless provision has been “very, very busy” in the first few weeks of a new initiative.
A popular workshop for the disabled has benefited from a successful model making exhibition.
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