More than £350,000 of funding has this year been awarded towards a series of renovation projects in the North Lowestoft Heritage Action Zone (HAZ).
A new co-working space is set to launch in East Suffolk this week – allowing local businesses, entrepreneurs and start-ups access to cutting-edge technology and support services.
Felixstowe's Seafront Gardens has once again been officially recognised as one of the country’s best parks after receiving a Green Flag Award.
In innovative partnership scheme, delivered by East Suffolk Council to support hospital patients returning home from hospital, has been highly commended by national award judges.
Youngsters can discover more about local flora and fauna this summer with the return of the hugely popular Wildlife Discovery Days at the Landguard Nature Reserve in Felixstowe.
East Suffolk Council has welcomed the addition of 'efficient, clean and super green' biofuel-powered trucks to its fleet of refuse collection vehicles.
East Suffolk Council acknowledges today’s decision by the Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to grant a Development Consent Order for Sizewell C new nuclear power station promoted by EDF Energy at Sizewell, Suffolk.
Landlords and those with an interest in privately rented housing are invited to attend an online conference later this month.
Visitors to Felixstowe Museum and Landguard Fort can now benefit from making a saving on joint weekend tickets for the two closely located attractions.
As part of ambitious plans to enhance Lowestoft and help the town gain further recognition as a visitor destination, 72 striking new beach huts are now officially open.