Landguard Fort opens to the public on 23 March with upgraded displays and interactive exhibits.
Felixstowe residents are invited to bring their picnics and celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a special event in the town.
A Lowestoft resident has been fined £1,500 for two offences relating to accumulations of household waste at her property.
A Lowestoft man has been fined over £1,700 for failing to remove approximately 15kg of dog waste from his garden.
Following the success of previous intergenerational events held in East Suffolk, older residents from the Beccles area are invited to an afternoon tea, organised by local young people.
Volunteers are being asked to step forward to help their local community take a smart approach to plastic waste by joining a network of Plastic Action Champions.
Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk Council have been calling for improved national coordination of the offshore windfarm projects off the county’s coast, and this approach has been recognised in an Ofgem report.
A fully booked Climate Change Forum took place in Lowestoft earlier this week to explore the challenges faced by climate change and the opportunities of working together to identify solutions.
Two men have been fined more than £600 in total after being found guilty of littering offences in Lowestoft.
First Light, the 24-hour, non-stop multi-arts and science festival will be returning to Lowestoft in 2020. Events will begin on Lowestoft’s sandy South Beach at noon on Saturday 20 June and will run continuously until midday on Sunday 21 June.