Suffolk education leaders have said that schools across the county are well prepared for the return of pupils on Monday.
Plans for 146 homes have been approved by a casting vote.
Volunteers are on standby to help schools test their pupils – and governors and invigilators have put themselves forward to help ease the pressure.
A recovery plan for Suffolk to bounce back from the fallout of the Covid pandemic is set to be published in June.
Councillors from across the political divide have united in backing flat residents in their plight to seek answers to the country’s cladding crisis.
A Suffolk town's deputy mayor has formally been elected as mayor until May 19, following the resignation of the incumbent.
The motion, submitted by two Labour councillors, saw 10 votes in favour of the Conservative leader's resignation, 20 against and two abstentions.
Dozens of school bus routes will be run by one of the county council’s wholly-owned companies, after the collapse of existing arrangements.
Work to build 330 new homes is due to begin imminently after developers were given the final planning approval.
Data presented to Suffolk’s local outbreak engagement board meeting showed that the county can facilitate tens of thousands vaccinations per week.
Plans to increase council tax in Mid Suffolk from April have been narrowly approved.
Last April, the government announced a temporary increase in benefits by £20 per week, but this is proposed to end at the start of April this year.
Plans to build a 279-home estate in Needham Market have been recommended for refusal by planners next week because of concerns.
Guidance from central government was not communicated quickly enough to leaders in Suffolk at the start of the pandemic, a committee has heard.
Major £60million plans to upgrade a key road have been unveiled by highways chiefs, in a bid to improve traffic flow and capacity.
A series of films are to be produced for virtual reality headsets that people with dementia can watch to recall positive and familiar memories.
Cab companies raised concerns that the rate for larger vehicles is too high and may put customers off, particularly disabled or single passengers.
The district council's cabinet voted to reduce free parking at most car parks from three hours down to one hour, from as early as October 1.
Big brands have recognised what Suffolk has to offer, with a number of them coming to the county to film for adverts in 2020.
Covid-19 shut down months of filming in 2020, but Suffolk’s official film office still managed to increase the number of filming days on 2019.