Suffolk boxer Anthony Ogogo says he wants to make up for lost time in his pursuit of a world title.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson has been drumming up support for the campaign to leave the EU in the Anglia region.Read the full story ›
The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins has been reunited with his pet cat - three years after she went missing.
Ten-year-old Cully was found living as a stray in Lowestoft last month. She was handed in to the charity Cats Protection, where a microchip scan revealed her famous owner.
“Losing Cully was heartbreaking for me and my family but I always knew in my heart that she was still alive; I could just feel it.
She's always loved the great outdoors. I periodically checked in with the relevant databases and kept my details up-to-date because I knew this day would come."
Measures to protect a stretch of Suffolk coastline from flooding will cost between £17m and £55m.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after a teenage boy was reportedly seen walking around Lowestoft with an axe.
It happened last Thursday at around 6.15pm.
A 17-year-old boy has since been arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon and has been bailed until next month.
People visiting a beach in Suffolk which recently re-opened after two years of repair work are being warned not to climb on the rocks which have been installed to protect the coastline from erosion.
Around 20 thousand tonnes of rock were used in the scheme on South Beach in Lowestoft. The council says people are risking their lives by climbing on them.
"Warning signs are present on these structures and whilst we cannot prevent people from climbing on the rocks, we can remind everyone of the importance of beach safety. Over 400 people drown in the UK each year, with approximately 60 of these being children and young people. We want people to enjoy our award-winning beaches whilst being mindful of the risks."
A long-awaited new river crossing in Lowestoft has been announced by the Prime Minister.Read the full story ›
The Waveney MP Peter Aldous has welcomed news of a third river crossing for Lowestoft as a huge boost for the town. He said it would bring jobs and investment to the area after 75 years of campaigning.
The Prime Minister's announcement of a third river crossing for Lowestoft has been welcomed as one of the most important developments in the history of the town.
In a visit to Felixstowe this morning, the Prime Minister announced that the Government will provide £70 million to fund the new bridge. This will be formally announced as part of the Budget tomorrow.
This is one of the most important announcements in the history of the town and I could not be more delighted. This is for the people, communities and businesses of Lowestoft who have campaigned for a new crossing and who have shared our determination to see it become a reality. There is still much work to be done, however this is the green light that we all dreamed of.”
David Cameron says he understands just how important a new crossing is for Lowestoft after pledging to spend £70 million on the project.
The town has been fighting to get a third crossing over Lake Lothing for more than 70 years.
I've seen with my own eyes during a visit before the election, just how important this is and I think it's really important it goes ahead.
As for Ipswich, we're still looking at that. We're hopeful of making progress but I can't tell you more about that today.