Work must commence as soon as possible on a vital rail upgrade to ease freight bottlenecks, Suffolk councillors have said.
Plans for a Dutch-style cycle network in a Suffolk town are to be explored which could result in a £20million scheme being established.
Calls for council-contracted Suffolk carers to be paid the real living wage have been rejected over concerns it would not be viable within budgets.
Rejected options to save beach huts in a town have been revealed, as question marks remain over whether mediation will take place.
A commitment has been made by Suffolk councillors to investigate what more authorities can do to tackle river pollution
The district council leader has announced this year will be his last as leader after 12 years in the role.
A town's new mayor has been sworn into office this week.
The green light has been given for 54 new homes in a Suffolk village.
Final approval has been granted for 115 homes near a major Suffolk town.
Experts and councillors have discussed the pollution crisis in Suffolk's rivers.
More progress must be made with plans for children with special educational needs in Suffolk, one of the county’s MPs says.
Multi-operator ticketing, bus lane enforcement and work tackling bus delay spots are still planned to go ahead in Suffolk.
A countywide survey to assess the mental health of people in Suffolk is set to begin this summer - with nearly 24,000 people set to take part.
The National Insurance uplift should be frozen to help combat the cost of living crisis, a senior Suffolk Conservative has said.
A food charity has said it is distributing three times as much food now as it was pre-pandemic, as it confirmed it is nearing completion on a move.
Suffolk's poverty strategy should include more clearly defined aims and objectives, councillors have said.
A masterplan for 300 or more new homes in a Suffolk village has been published.
Calls have been made for more action to tackle Suffolk’s polluted rivers, as experts confirm none in the county meet standards.
Demolition of an old swimming pool in a Suffolk town has been given the green-light.
A strategy to tackle poverty delayed by five months has finally been published - but opposition figures say it doesn't do enough to tackle the issues.