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.
Work on a multi-million pound revamp of Suffolk’s busiest rubbish tip will begin this summer, after planning permission was approved.
A freeze on an authority's portion of the council tax bill has been agreed by its cabinet.
A bid for Suffolk and north Essex to have a designated freeport can now be submitted, after councillors gave their backing for the scheme.
Eighty years on from the excavation of the epic Anglo-Saxon ship at Sutton Hoo, filmmakers have committed the story to film which is now on Netflix.
Police are getting more calls from people losing patience with their neighbours or work colleagues who are persistently flouting Covid rules.
Data shows that to date Suffolk has the lowest percentage of over 80s vaccinated than anywhere in England.
Suffolk health leaders are hoping two new rapid-result testing centres for those without Covid-19 symptoms can open in the next 10 days.
People in Suffolk are largely following Covid-19 restrictions as stringently as they were in May last year during the first wave of the pandemic.
Covid-19 rates are falling in Suffolk – but public health chiefs have warned that deaths are likely to still increase for the next three weeks.
Health leaders have said capacity is now in place to ramp up vaccinations across the county, but recognised there were still some issues on supply.
More than 4,000 workers at one of the county’s key hospitals have had their first Covid-19 jab – 85 per cent of its cohort, it has been confirmed.