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.
Plans for 51 homes in a Suffolk town have been deferred for a second time – and new highways issues could also delay progress on the proposals.
Proposals for a new services at one of a Suffolk town's busiest junctions have been refused by planners.
Planning approval for the final matters of an 81-home development in Suffolk - in the pipeline for more than four years - has been secured.
Final approval for the next contentious phase of a1,150-home development in Suffolk has been granted, following a delay from last month.
Almost 20,000 penalty charge notices have been issued over problem parking in one area of Suffolk since powers moved from police to councils.
Targeted online adverts for those close to tourism hotspots are being used to encourage people to be kind this summer while the pandemic continues.
Strong objections have been lodged over plans for 750 homes, with councillors claiming the plans are 'parasitic' and would 'severely harm' residents.
£41,000 has been committed by two Suffolk districts to begin work on a joint parking plan that will inform future provision over five to ten years.
Suffolk's public health chief has urged people to take a Covid test 'if they are not feeling 100 per cent' rather than just looking out for symptoms.
Public health bosses in Suffolk have said that everything that was needed for Latitude Festival to go ahead safely was done.
Eight acts who successfully bid for ‘apply to play’ slots for this year’s two-day Sound City Ipswich Festival have been unveiled.
The council agreed to amended proposals to borrow up to £100,000 for preliminary work, only if other sources of funding are not available.
Health bosses in Suffolk have confirmed a handful of specific groups of youngsters aged 12-18 will be offered Covid-19 vaccines from August.
Approval for a new Lidl store was scrubbed from the agenda at a planning committee at zero hour, delaying a decision by at least a month.
Plans for a 100-bedroom Travelodge hotel in the centre of a Suffolk town have been given the green light.