Pressure is mounting on a Suffolk authority to keep street lights on in response to safety concerns raised in the Sarah Everard debate.
Public order powers to tackle boy racers around a town estate are set to be introduced at the end of this month.
Cancer referral and treatment numbers in Suffolk are nearing pre-pandemic levels following a dramatic fall in the spring caused by Covid-19.
Work to repair and replace the roof of a tourist spot will finally get underway this summer.
A pilot project is to get underway in two Suffolk districts to reduce the reliance on the grid and instead utilise solar power for leisure centres.
A pot of £131,000 from Community Infrastructure Levy funds – financial contributions from housing developers – was approved for four projects.
Suffolk education leaders have said the return of pupils to the classroom last week from the Covid-19 lockdown has been largely positive.
The leader of Suffolk County Council’s Liberal Democrat, Green and Independent group has announced that she is not seeking re-election in May.
Speed checks have been brought in along a diversion route while a major bridge is closed overnight.
Permanent plans to close a waterfront area to motor vehicles have been unveiled by council chiefs.
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.