A task group has been formed to work with food processing plants to prevent coronavirus outbreaks similar to that seen at Banham Poultry.
A Suffolk hospital has spent £6.5million on a new lab which has become the hub for molecular testing in the area.
Elective treatment will continue at a Suffolk hospital if and when a second wave of coronavirus develops later this year, officials have said.
More than a quarter of new coronavirus cases in Suffolk are among people aged between 15 and 25, shock new data reveals.
More than £222,000 in developer contributions have been approved for key infrastructure projects in Mid Suffolk.
Suffolk County Council pledged to form a food justice action plan by the end of 2021 after a motion was given unanimous support in July.
Domestic abuse referrals in West Suffolk rose by more than a quarter during the coronavirus lockdown, latest data shows.
Pubs, churches, sports domes and even a bus stop are among the 54 structures set to be added to a list of local buildings of special interest.
Hundreds of businesses in a Suffolk town have the opportunity to decide if they want to be part of a scheme to champion their interests.
A commitment of £140,000 has been made for the return of a festival next year, after coronavirus forced this year’s event to be cancelled.
A controversial decision to revamp Suffolk’s children’s centres made earlier this week has been challenged by opposition councillors.
Work to save an historic merchant house can begin after securing planning permission for work to take it off the ‘at risk’ register.
Plans for a new multi-storey car park in a town centre have been given the green light.
The new term in September represents the first appearance in school since March for many pupils, prompting the launch of a new health scheme.
People across Suffolk have been urged to assess their habits since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March.
A key archaeology project in Suffolk has been forced to cancel public events and fieldwork because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Suffolk’s chief fire officer is standing down from his role after being elected chairman of the National Fire Chiefs Council.
The commitment to pursuing plans for a third crossing over a town's lake is a sign that it is “open for business”, say council chiefs.
Plans for a new multi-storey car park in a town are to be given the green light next week.
More than 150 new council homes are to be delivered in Babergh over the next three years, according to council chiefs.