Eight new temporary homes are coming to Ipswich this spring to give former rough sleepers a step up towards their own homes.
It was recommended that an hour of free parking remains at most car parks, instead of just 30 minutes, but this is still down from the current period.
A new Netflix film reimagines the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo - and features one Suffolk musician.
Plans to curb boy racers around a town estate are in the pipeline after nearly five years of turmoil for locals.
Particular phrases must be eradicated from the language used to speak to youngsters in need of mental health support, a health summit has heard.
A £16million revamp of a rural woodland leisure resort off the A12 has been approved, with scores of new holiday lodges set to be built.
Plans to give a town's historic former Post Office a new lease of life have been approved, with nine new homes set to be built behind it.
Two Suffolk councils are halting garden waste collections.
Low income families of young children eligible for vouchers to help with their food shop have been urged to take up the scheme,
A decision was originally due to be made at a district council cabinet meeting tonight, on plans to radically reform short stay car park charges.
A decision to approve new homes in a Suffolk village has been pushed back after councillors had concerns about impacts on the landscape.
A neutral position has now been adopted by a council over plans for two offshore windfarms on the Suffolk coast.
£1million plans to create a new beach hut village and activity park in a coastal town have been approved by a council’s cabinet.
Demand for allotments in a Suffolk town has more than tripled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, with scores of homes now on the waiting list.
The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted scores of plans nationwide, but one Suffolk town is to benefit from investment totalling millions of pounds.
A new 32-bed ward is to be built at a hospital to maintain services while urgent repair work takes place.
A man has been arrested in connection with a demonstration over planned parking changes which saw vehicles gather at a council leader’s home.
The town's chamber of commerce branded the plans as "despicable" when the Covid-19 pandemic has already disrupted business so much.
Plans for a 24-hour gym are still happening, a council has confirmed – with an expectation it will open in summer 2021.
Suffolk homes have escaped the maximum possible council tax rise for 2021 – but bills will still go up by four per cent.