A man has been fined more than £200 after being found guilty of a littering offence.
Lowestoft residents are being encouraged to help clean up the streets by taking part in a ‘community clean-up’ event taking place later this week.
A man has been found guilty of two incidents of illegal fly-tipping in East Suffolk, having been paid to remove waste by unsuspecting residents.
To coincide with the start of spring, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils have once again launched their community litter pick scheme which rewards residents for cleaning up their communities.
Fifteen 'smart' litter bins are to be installed in trial locations across Suffolk in an effort to reduce littering on the county’s trunk roads.
It is recommended that adults do at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activities a week, and at Suffolk Coastal we get some of ours by doing our bit for the community with a monthly stroll and pick lunch.