Suffolk education leaders have said they are working hard to make access to SEND support feel like less of a battle.
Suffolk health bosses have said that nearly three quarters of eligible people over the age of 40 have had their booster jabs.
People do not need to panic or halt Christmas plans because of the Omicron variant of Covid-19, Suffolk’s public health chief has said.
Supermarkets in one Suffolk town may have to pick up bills of more than £300 for an abandoned shopping trolley.
Suffolk will not be extending its Enhanced Response Area designation that brings additional Government support to tackle Covid-19.
Calls for increased enforcement of 20mph speed limits in Suffolk have been made by councillors.
Efforts to accelerate work refreshing a strategy to tackle violence against women and girls have been pledged by Suffolk councillors.
A ‘lessons learned’ review of Suffolk's response to the Covid-19 pandemic will begin this month.
Construction on longer term solutions to coastal erosion on the cliffs near a coastal town may not be ready until 2025, according to a new report.
Investment of £20million in Suffolk's highways is to be approved, as a new report says the county gets around half the maintenance budget it needs.
Proposals for three GP surgeries to move into one brand new facility have been approved by planners.
Nearly 3,000 homes will be built across Suffolk in the next 15 years through a new joint venture company between the council and private sector.
A plan for transport priorities in Suffolk for the next 30 years is set to be published next spring.
East of England leaders are seeking more Government support to house refugees fleeing from Afghanistan.
A summit to address Suffolk's air quality has been organised as part of Public Health efforts to crackdown on the harmful effects of air pollution.
Second home owners using a loophole to escape council tax or business rate charges have been warned free council services will not be available.
Suffolk is facing the highest proportion of nationally significant infrastructure projects in the country.
Door-to-door work to tackle low Covid-19 vaccine uptake in a Suffolk town continues in two areas this weekend.
Councillors and staff at a Suffolk council are being urged to car share or use public transport to get to meetings.
Calls to scrap the leader and cabinet system of decision making at a Suffolk authority have been rejected.