Poverty numbers in Suffolk are likely to be well in excess of 135,000 people, a new report says.
Final approval has been granted for the next 234-home phase of a housing development, despite concerns from councillors.
A junction should no longer be considered an air pollution problem spot after falling levels of pollutants, a district council has said.
Campaigners have met with Government education officials to call for a commissioner to take over the running of Suffolk’s SEND service.
Suffolk County Council's cabinet agreed to back an outline action plan to improve the service even more.
Suffolk political figures are calling for an undersea electricity grid as an alternative to new power lines across rural East Anglia.
Plans were confirmed last week to treat 150-miles of the county’s roads across more than 170 sites.
Suffolk County Council has agreed its response to the last phase of a housing development, outlining objections over drainage and highways.
Plans for a former Argos unit in a town centre to be converted into 18 flats and for 21 homes at an old sports club have been given the go-ahead.
A fresh rainbow cabinet has been unveiled at a council – but the Conservatives are no longer on the front bench after a rift within the party.
Costs for post-16 travel to schools and colleges will not be increased in September as the cost of living crisis bites, council chiefs have confirmed.
Labour must earn back the trust of voters in a Suffolk town, the party’s shadow home secretary has said on a visit.
Construction on a new multi-million pound business park due to become a part of Freeport East has begun.
It's just under two weeks until voters will take to the polls and decide who they want representing them at one of Suffolk's borough councils.
Plans have been teased for a derelict landmark to be redeveloped to include public uses offering people spectacular views across a town's waterfront.
'Significant concerns' remain outstanding over plans for the next 1,020-home phase of a major development in a Suffolk town, the county council says.
Plans for an affordable care village of 54 homes which provides an alternative to a traditional care home have been approved.
Around 150 miles of Suffolk roads across more than 170 sites are set to be refreshed this summer, highways chiefs have confirmed.
Outline plans to build up to 139 new homes in a village have been given the go ahead, with work on site expected to begin in 2024/25.
Post-16 school transport costs are set to be frozen for the next school year, as families face the growing pressures of the cost of living crisis.