Public health bosses in Suffolk have said that everything that was needed for Latitude Festival to go ahead safely was done.
Eight acts who successfully bid for ‘apply to play’ slots for this year’s two-day Sound City Ipswich Festival have been unveiled.
The council agreed to amended proposals to borrow up to £100,000 for preliminary work, only if other sources of funding are not available.
Health bosses in Suffolk have confirmed a handful of specific groups of youngsters aged 12-18 will be offered Covid-19 vaccines from August.
Approval for a new Lidl store was scrubbed from the agenda at a planning committee at zero hour, delaying a decision by at least a month.
Plans for a 100-bedroom Travelodge hotel in the centre of a Suffolk town have been given the green light.
School chiefs have thanked parents for their understanding during the pandemic and asked that this continues heading into the new term.
Permanent changes have been agreed to keep a Suffolk waterfront area free of traffic.
Around half of the county's secondary schools are running summer schools to help Year 6 leavers
A Suffolk council will provide audio of full council and executive meetings - but has ruled out video on cost grounds.
Rising numbers of self-isolating staff and students were down to community spread and not a lack of rigour in Covid-19 protocols, it is claimed.
Health chiefs in Suffolk are planning a "radical change" in their approach to smoking, obesity and exercise.
More police officers and better visibility - that's the pledge from police and crime boss Tim Passmore.
Greenhouse gas emissions from a council's activities have fallen by more than 28 per cent in the last year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A multi-million pound health and care quarter being built at the University of Suffolk packed with state of the art facilities is set to open in 2022.
A Suffolk council will cut around 80% of its carbon output under new gas and electricity contracts.
A new task force will spotlight transport provision in two rural Suffolk districts and aim to plug any gaps in the service.
An additional police presence is set for bars, pubs and tourism hotspots from next week, as officers aim for a safe relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Demand on Suffolk and Norfolk's victim and witness care unit has increased by 70 per cent as a result of a backlog of court cases.
Rising hospital admissions from Covid coupled with a programme of urgent non-elective surgery could place more pressure on hospitals this summer.