March 2 2015 Latest news:
Emergency services were called to a fire on the ground floor of a property in Waveney Crescent, Lowestoft on Friday February 27.
Music, comedy and variety aplenty will take centre stage at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield in the week ahead.
It is all aboard for a comedy thriller as one of Norwich’s theatres prepares to present the show The Ghost Train.
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Craig Fleming is set to leave Lowestoft Town to become an academy coach at Southampton.
As unpredictable as football is, some days you have a pretty good idea of what you are going to get.
A last-gasp equaliser from Bradley Woods-Garness earned the Trawlerboys a vital away point in West Yorkshire.
Lowestoft Town are determined to ramp up the pressure on Bradford Park Avenue as they play Conference North catch-up.
Failing to take chances proved costly for Lowestoft as they fell to defeat at Oxford City, having taken the lead.
Diss maintained their position as one of the title contenders with a hard fought and ultimately deserved victory against Enfield Ignations.
Promotion hopefuls Chelmsford provided a stern test for the home side who were looking for an elusive win after consecutive defeats.
A solid all-round performance earned the Vikings victory over their first-time visitors to Scottow – and extended their home record to 10 wins from 11 league matches.