Christmas shoppers and visitors to festive events across East Suffolk can enjoy free parking in council-owned car parks on selected dates.
Community projects across East Suffolk have received a funding boost to support their activities which benefit local residents.
Visitors attending Remembrance events across East Suffolk will benefit from free parking in selected council-owned car parks.
16 people have been removed from a disused pub in Lowestoft, after being found living in illegal and unsafe conditions.
Following a successful funding application to East Suffolk Council, a new carpet bowls group has been officially launched in Lowestoft.
The first of three Lowestoft properties, which have stood empty for several years due to low demand from tenants, has been put up for sale.
A local village hall at the heart of Boyton gets funding boost from East Suffolk councillor.
People living in Bungay and the surrounding areas are being encouraged to get involved with local activities to enhance their health and wellbeing and improve the lives of others in their community.
Residents and visitors to Lowestoft are being encouraged to dispose of their cigarette butts correctly to help reduce littering in the town centre.
Members of the Beccles community have enjoyed a day of free activities organised especially for local residents.