A raft of improvements are required in a county council's special education service, an independent report has found.
A frank apology has been issued by the county council over failings in SEND services, after a damning report produced from an independent review.
Twenty per cent of inspections of live roadworks carried out by Suffolk Highways failed to meet acceptable standards, according to new data.
Common-sense solutions to funded school transport problems are 'not compatible' with the council's school travel policy, it has admitted.
Calls have been made for the county council's Conservative administration to commit to spending £20m of cycle network upgrades it previously pledged.
A council has committed £100,000 to developing its City of Culture bid to give it 'the best chance possible' of winning.
Fresh funding of more than £230,000 has been committed for a 'crucial' Youth Employment Service to continue for another two years.
School expansions, a GP revamp and rubbish tip improvements are among infrastructure upgrades to benefit from more than £6m of developer cash.
A council has announced the First Light Festival is set to return, with the it expecting the event to be a 'joyful nexus of cultural recovery'.
Registrars and union staff are to move as regular anti-social behaviour at their current premises has led to fears for staff and public wellbeing.
A £6million bid for Government cash has been lodged for key transport upgrades in a Suffolk town.
Fresh Hackney Carriage cab fares will take effect from November - but a council has vowed to learn lessons from problems bringing in new tariffs.
Parking enforcement officers are set to begin talking to drivers over engine idling from next week – but calls have been made for fines to be allowed.
Councillors have compelled the county council to take action addressing long-running problems of noise and pollution from lorries on a housing estate.
Scores of families have opted to switch to home educating their children during the Covid-19 pandemic in Suffolk, new data has revealed.
A decision on plans for more than 200 homes and a nursery just outside a Suffolk town has been pushed back so that issues can be ironed out.
The final matters for a controversial 210-home development in Suffolk was taken off the agenda at zero hour as judicial review proceedings continue.
Virtual high streets are to be expanded in the coming weeks as scores of independent businesses in Suffolk have joined the digital town centres.
Summer schools in Suffolk during the six week break did not lead to a spike in Covid-19 cases, according to Suffolk County Council.
New figures have revealed the extent of demand on Suffolk’s special educational needs school places as 18,000 youngsters require SEND support.