July 25 2014 Latest news:
The number of parents being fined for taking their children out of school in term-time is on the rise, with 119 more fixed penalty notices issued across the region than last year.
A talented dog, a young scientific genius and a loud mouthed Irish woman will be entertaining film lovers at Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre during the next week.
Eyes to the skies at the Old Buckenham Airshow, there are production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Life & Beth and Richard Harris’s Stepping Out, Dr Seuss’ A Cat in the Hat is brought to life on stage, Norwich Baroque play a special concert in Alysham and there is comedy in Diss. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
max temp: 24°C
min temp: 19°C
Lowestoft Town continued their preparations for their Conference North campaign with a 1-0 win over Wroxham courtesy of Shaun Bammant’s first-half strike.
New Lowestoft Town signing Jefferson Louis insists Blues fans have seen only a glimpse of what he can offer this season.
Anthony Ogogo feels he’s ready for a step up in class after easing to an impressive victory over Wayne Reed in Liverpool.
Lowestoft Town completed an impressive 2-0 win over Needham Market at Crown Meadow, but the victory came at a cost.
Lowestoft director of football Craig Fleming believes Dan Gleeson’s new role as player/coach is a “natural progression” for the Blues’ skipper.
Liam Walsh says his mental strength must match his boxing power when he steps into the ring this weekend after an eight-month lay-off.
Victoria Williamson was determined to accentuate the positives after making a Commonwealth Games debut that seemed unlikely just a few weeks ago.
Norfolk’s Colin Oates admitted he was a man under pressure coming into the Commonwealth Games – and he delivered in style on Thursday night.