East of England leaders are seeking more Government support to house refugees fleeing from Afghanistan.
A summit to address Suffolk's air quality has been organised as part of Public Health efforts to crackdown on the harmful effects of air pollution.
Second home owners using a loophole to escape council tax or business rate charges have been warned free council services will not be available.
Suffolk is facing the highest proportion of nationally significant infrastructure projects in the country.
Door-to-door work to tackle low Covid-19 vaccine uptake in a Suffolk town continues in two areas this weekend.
Councillors and staff at a Suffolk council are being urged to car share or use public transport to get to meetings.
Calls to scrap the leader and cabinet system of decision making at a Suffolk authority have been rejected.
Around 200 oak trees are being gifted to parish and town councils across East Suffolk to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Latest numbers have shown how many schools are in levels two and three of Suffolk's new Covid protocol.
Final approval has been granted for 69 homes in Suffolk deferred in the summer over design concerns.
A decision on plans for 49 self-build homes in a town has been pushed back so that divisive road changes can be viewed by councillors.
Plans to extend a business park that could create more than 130 new jobs have been turned down amid uncertainty over what will be built there.
Phase two of work on a town's tidal walls is to begin in January after delays caused by legal agreements.
A task force has been formed at Suffolk County Council to investigate speed of response standards in the county's fire service.
Councillors have called for a rethink of measures planned to reduce congestion on a major road, with more prominence needed on sustainable transport.
Talks with potential buyers of Suffolk’s registrars office have begun, but ceremonies will continue there for the short term.
Staff sickness at the region's ambulance trust has exceeded 10 per cent, according to new figures.
A decision on plans for a new 60-place SEND free school has been pushed back while road access concerns remain outstanding.
A Suffolk college has confirmed £2million windfall will be spent on its new health and care teaching centre.
New parking charges in south Suffolk, which were due to come into effect in January, have officially been postponed, a district council has confirmed.