A number of residents claim they were informed about the changes to the collection schedule and only found out when bin lorries were down their roads.
Medical patients will benefit from a joined up records system, which is set to go live in Suffolk.
A report published this week outlined 19 issues Suffolk County Council must hold its hands up to, including that the plan "was not robust enough".
A report was published this week, in which chief fire officer Mark Hardingham, outlined 19 issues Suffolk County Council must hold its hands up to.
Council tax in West Suffolk is to rise by nearly three per cent from April, as plans are made to bridge a £1.4million funding gap.
A series of fresh changes have been made to bin collection days in Mid Suffolk and Babergh just six months on from the previous overhaul.
The former chief executive of Northamptonshire County Council has secured a cabinet role in Suffolk overseeing assets and investments.
Babergh District Council has been working with clinical commissioning groups to find a bigger site for Hardwicke House Surgery.
Preparation is already under way for the 2021 event, following the success of last year’s inaugural festival, it has been confirmed.
Suffolk County Council gives scheme the green light.
A property investment firm owned by two Suffolk councils has spent £6million on two new properties.
The council’s cabinet on Thursday agreed the first draft of the budget, which must now go to full council next month.
Despite the recommendations from the task force’s report, the county council has failed to commit to more funding.
Suffolk County Council in early talks with leading charity in hopes of replicating success elsewhere.
Discussions were made at the Mid Suffolk District Council's cabinet meeting.
A three-week period, where MPs can debate it, must now take place and, once signed off, preparations will be made for the changes to be introduced.
Number of filming days was up by 12 per cent, giving local economy a £1.6 million boost.
Public satisfaction with Suffolk’s roads has improved in the last year but nearly two thirds of motorists are still not happy, new figures show.
It will target the hardest two per cent to reach.
Fines for people who fail to inform their council of a change in circumstances have been given approval at three Suffolk authorities.