Co-ordination between highways organisations in Suffolk has dramatically improved since December, according to roads bosses.
Concerns are raised over Suffolk County Council’s goal to be greenest county, while investing millions from its pension fund in fossil fuel companies.
Negotiations with a landowner in the town are nearing completion.
The spread of development in Bury St Edmunds could grow further - with hopes for 1,500 new homes
The application for 100 homes off Pretyman Avenue was heard in Elmswell on Wednesday.
Suffolk County Council previously had a separate education scrutiny committee to assess the success of its work in that area.
The council wants Suffolk to be the UK's greenest county
Senior officers across Suffolk’s ailing special educational needs service are to be held to account for its failings, it has emerged.
Suffolk’s pothole blight was described as a “poor advert for our county” as figures show the county spends the least on pothole fixes in East Anglia.
Suffolk's special educational needs and disability service was the first in the country to fail re-inspections.
Fears over whether the required number of new homes can be delivered
Fresh questions have been raised over Ofsted inspections, after two establishments with the top rating have seen dramatic falls in the last month.
Extra investigators are being appointed in Suffolk in a bid to halt poor rates for solving serious sexual offences.
A historic Sudbury landmark at the centre of ambitious £2.5million regeneration plans has received a vital boost to its cause.
Chris Starkie, chief executive of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, voiced the concerns.
The order means those who carry out related anti-social behaviour can be stopped by police, PCSOs or council officers.
In January, local government secretary James Brokenshire announced that each local council in England would receive £35,000 for Brexit preparations.
The joint committee is set to approve the changes on Tuesday, March 12.
Meeting planned after service fails Ofsted and Care Quality Commission re-inspection.
Government officials are set to decide the next steps for Suffolk’s ailing special educational needs provision