With the 12.7 per cent policing precept increase and expected three per cent rises at district councils, most Band B properties face a £65 increase.
The number of county lines had reduced from 40 a year ago to 19, it has been claimed
Union bosses have said new measures introduced by Suffolk County Council to turn around high sickness rates will only serve to punish staff.
A guide to help teenagers with special educational needs progress into adulthood has been published as part of a major revamp of provision in Suffolk.
Divisive cuts to the £368,000 Citizens Advice grant over two years has been put forward by the Conservative administration.
A challenge to plans to axe funding to Citizens Advice at Suffolk County Council has failed to gain traction.
Experts behind a new mental health plan in Suffolk say a widespread culture change is needed, and urged all health bosses to get behind the proposals.
Fire crews in Suffolk could dramatically reduce the number of automatic fire alarm calls they attend under new plans.
Planning application declined amid concerns over pedestrian and highway safety.
Suffolk County Council recommended a phased in cut to Citizens Advice services over two years.
Homes across Suffolk are set to see their council tax bills rise by around £65 from April, after county council budget proposals were approved.
Forest Heath passengers to be the most affected.
A council-owned investment firm, which has come under fire for acquiring sites outside Suffolk, could borrow another £50m to invest in more property.
Mid Suffolk District Council announces consultation.
More than £10 million of cutbacks remain in Suffolk County Council’s budget – with plans to phase out Citizens Advice grants still set to go ahead.
A funding pot, which generated more than £10 million for regeneration projects across Suffolk, will not continue next year, it has emerged.
£45.1m to be pumped into creating special needs places in schools.
Funding earmarked for scheme with West Suffolk College.
Babergh is set to face a further four years of tax rises – as the district braces itself for the “most difficult time financially” it has ever seen.
Plans to force all staff to take a day of unpaid leave each year as part of cost-cutting measures have been scrapped following union pressure.