The start of the new school year next week is set to be a 'crucial term for getting to some sense of normality', an education chief has said.
A Lidl store in a Suffolk town is set to move to a purpose-built unit over the road after securing planning permission this week.
A new depot for a sewerage company, set to bring up to 180 jobs to one Suffolk town, has been given the go ahead.
Controversial school transport policies in Suffolk have come under fire again after the council cut the number of seats available on key rural routes.
Approval has been given for a town centre landmark to be torn down and a new primary school built in its place.
Plans have been approved for new tourist information and refreshments kiosks on a Suffolk seafront.
Urgent action is needed to make changes that will encourage people to switch to sustainable transport, the county council's opposition group has said.
County council plans to develop 114 homes on underused county farm land in a Suffolk village have been submitted for planning permission.
A key junction in a Suffolk town is no longer considered a pollution hotspot and will be removed from the air quality management areas.
Approval for a new restaurant near the town's Cornhill could pave the way for a dining quarter that will give the town centre a new lease of life.
Concerns have been raised over a lack of measures to support some Suffolk cab drivers to switch to energy efficient vehicles.
A traffic-calming trouble spot in a Suffolk town that has been frustrating motorists and locals alike is finally set to be removed.
Final approval has been given for 81 homes just outside a Suffolk town after four years in the pipeline.
Suffolk's councils have united to pledge their support in the Afghan refugee crisis, saying 'times like these call for acts of humanity'.
Plans for a business park off the A14 that could bring more than £70 million in economic benefits and thousands of jobs have been given the go-ahead.
Backing has been given for submission of the second round funding bid for multi-million pound upgrades to a Suffolk museum.
An ice cream van firm must now operate with new licence conditions after claims it played chimes excessively and traded unlawfully.
Fresh Hackney Carriage cab fares to replace those scrapped at zero hour for risking a breach of equality law are set to get final approval next month.
One Suffolk council will press to see that Commonwealth and Gurkha vets are not disadvantaged in accessing support services.
An authority has vowed that voters will be able to cast their ballot if they do not have any photo ID if plans to introduce the measures are approved.