August 1 2014 Latest news:
A pensioner suffered a gash to the head after being hit over the head with a glass bottle in a Lowestoft churchyard and was robbed of his wallet.
In the second of a five part series we look at some ideas to keep your family entertained this summer. Today it’s all about what you can do indoors.
Music, singing and dancing, films and projections, poetry, letters, joy and heartbreak as the First World War is commemorated in To End All Wars, brought to vivid life by young people from local schools in partnership with professionals, The Gruffalo on stage, pianist Kenneth O’Neill and reggae legends Culture. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
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Caister girl Chelsie Hurren will be heading to the USA to take up a prestigious football scholarship.
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.
Australia – who slumped to a shock third-placed finish in King’s Lynn at the weekend – this evening booked their place in the World Cup final.
Norwich’s Emma Pooley was denied a Commonwealth Games gold medal by six seconds in Thursday morning’s road race event in Glasgow.
Norwich rower Steven Parsonage has been selected for Great Britain’s Junior World Championships team in the quad sculls event.