More than 83 per cent of Suffolk's eligible population have had a booster Covid-19 jab, according to latest figures.
Public Health Suffolk says it expects Covid-19 case numbers among youngsters to increase again as schools return from the Christmas break.
Suffolk health bosses say they are confident they will get through the next few weeks of winter pressures as the Omicron variant threatens disruption.
The increase in Covid-19 among over 60s is the biggest area of concern, Suffolk's public health chief has said.
A maximum £10 increase on the policing element of the Suffolk council tax bill is being proposed from April 2022 – to improve its 101 phone service.
Changes have been made to new beach huts which will be available for sale and hire in a Suffolk town, amid fears disabled people could be excluded.
Majority of employers for youngsters under the Kickstart scheme in Suffolk are providing permanent roles for their new recruits.
A new primary school is among £9million plans for four education schemes that have been unveiled in county council budget documents.
Kerbside recycling collections could include glass and food waste in the next five years, as the logistics of new legislation is studied.
Plans for a new multi-million pound public services hub have moved a step closer after agreements around funding have been agreed.
More than £6million is to be made available for developing further SEND places in Suffolk, according to 2022 budget proposals.
A council tax rise is planned from April – but the administration has pledged no cuts for the year ahead.
Small increases in garden waste collection and beach hut charges in a Suffolk district are to be decided next week.
Over £18million of funding has been agreed for a new ‘green’ depot for council waste, street cleaning and maintenance teams in a Suffolk town.
School leaders are planning for a normal return of schools in January but remote learning measures will return if Omicron escalates restrictions.
A £10m project to upgrade Suffolk's street lights is delivering better than expected energy savings.
£1.25million of early Towns Fund cash has been agreed for three projects in a Suffolk town.
Councillors say more police resources should be allocated to crime reduction and public safety measures in a Suffolk town.
All seven of Suffolk’s MPs have united to address special educational needs and disabilities funding inequalities.
Construction work on a new special educational needs and disabilities school is to begin in the spring after planning permission was granted.