Plans to pump £8million into improving two Suffolk rubbish tips have been agreed, with work expected to begin next year.
The final funding for first purpose-built joint police and fire station has been approved by councillors.
A Suffolk district council is anticipating surplus finances this year despite the impact of Covid-19, according to latest figures.
Work on a £3.9 million fire and police station will get underway in the new year.
Nearly six million items of PPE stopped at the Suffolk border because they did not meet UK safety standards were not government or NHS orders.
A former police station and magistrates’ court is to finally get a new lease of life as luxury apartments.
Parking permits are being planned for 14 roads in a Suffolk town to curb problem parking by those not living in the area.
Millions of unsafe items of PPE coming into Suffolk have been seized – as more than half of checked items failed to comply with safety laws.
Issues around the closure of the Orwell Bridge in high winds are set to be discussed in Parliament, after a Suffolk MP secured a debate.
A summit of leaders has resulted in a fresh commitment for more testing, with Public Health Suffolk stating it is taking the situation very seriously.
A crackdown on problem parking in residential streets close to a hospital has been planned to support fed-up homeowners.
Plans for an innovative solution to protect beach huts from coastal erosion have been given the green light for a trial of up to a year.
Suffolk’s first site for delivering Covid-19 vaccinations is to be ready in less than two weeks time, it has been confirmed.
A documentary movie going behind the scenes of Suffolk’s First World War trenches has been created for release in local cinemas.
Covid-19 fallout has cost one Suffolk council more than £11million ... so far.
The business case for a public services hub must be reviewed before the next steps can proceed, it has been confirmed.
An employment scheme which has helped hundreds of young adults into work is to extend its programme to all ages as a result of Covid-19.
Final approval needed for 21 homes to be built on former farmland has been pushed back.
People in a Suffolk town have been urged to “act now and protect each other” from Covid-19, as latest data indicates the disease is spreading.
In addition to outbreaks at a local care home and school, data indicates the disease is being shared generally in the community and between homes.