A six-figure sum has been issued to Suffolk police to help enforce coronavirus rules, it has been confirmed.
More than three-quarters of survey respondents over parking in Bury St Edmunds have said there is a problem, according to a town councillor.
Plans to build a new special educational needs school in a Suffolk town have been submitted – with hopes it will be open in September 2022.
Work on a major overhaul of Foxhall Recycling Centre near Ipswich could begin next year.
Public orders to tackle street drinking in two areas have not been extended because there is no evidence police are using those powers.
A long term plan to manage a Suffolk shoreline into the next century has been agreed.
Plans to build a same-day emergency treatment unit at a hospital have moved a step forward, after a planning application was submitted.
Suffolk is facing around 20,000 more people being made redundant as a result of Covid-19, an authority has warned.
Sheltered housing residents in Mid Suffolk have been handed a reprieve after planned increases in rent and utility bills for this year were frozen.
An eyesore town centre car park in Suffolk has been dubbed 'an embarrassment' by councillors, prompting fresh talks to begin on regenerating the area.
A Suffolk music festival will be held online on Friday, after coronavirus forced the cancellation of this year’s event.
The cash will include recruiting an officer to lead efforts to boost the visitor economy, and establishing a £1.6m pot of funding for businesses.
Conservatives and Independents at a deadlocked Suffolk authority have narrowly held on to power for another year thanks to a casting vote.
Decorative ornaments missing atop one of a Suffolk town's key historic buildings will be restored after more than 70 years.
A blueprint to develop more than 11,000 homes across the coastal region over the next 16 years has been adopted after four years of work.
Public orders to clampdown on street drinking, dog-fouling and racing cars in West Suffolk have been extended for a further three years.
A Suffolk authority has revealed the financial implications of coronavirus this year.
Supply issues with flu and pneumonia jabs have meant that Suffolk GP practices are receiving just one sixth of the vaccines they are requesting.
Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals.
Plans to revamp Suffolk children’s centre provision will go ahead, after a challenge by opposition parties was dismissed