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.
Backing has been given for £12 million of new ‘incubator’ business units to be established near a major Suffolk town.
Formal plans have been lodged for retirement home proposals in a Suffolk park.
A new parent carer forum for Suffolk has been formed to help represent families' needs among SEND services at the council.
A council has agreed to use compulsory purchase powers for a link road which would be a 'massive' highway and environmental improvement.
A free ‘Vaxi Taxi’ scheme has been launched in Suffolk to take 12-15 year olds across the county for their Covid-19 jab.
A bid for £50million of bus improvements across Suffolk over the next three years has been significantly increased to total £77m.
Suffolk education chiefs have said they hope parents will start to see a difference in improved communication in SEND services early in the new year.
Early cash of £1.25million for a Suffolk town's fund deal is set to be allocated to three projects next week.
Calls to up the number of new council homes have been rejected as a result of cost pressures on work to retrofit existing council properties.
Mid Suffolk district councillors have refused to approve plans until the impact of a nearby quarry extension is clarified.