Health chiefs in Suffolk are planning a "radical change" in their approach to smoking, obesity and exercise.
More police officers and better visibility - that's the pledge from police and crime boss Tim Passmore.
Greenhouse gas emissions from a council's activities have fallen by more than 28 per cent in the last year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A multi-million pound health and care quarter being built at the University of Suffolk packed with state of the art facilities is set to open in 2022.
A Suffolk council will cut around 80% of its carbon output under new gas and electricity contracts.
A new task force will spotlight transport provision in two rural Suffolk districts and aim to plug any gaps in the service.
An additional police presence is set for bars, pubs and tourism hotspots from next week, as officers aim for a safe relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Demand on Suffolk and Norfolk's victim and witness care unit has increased by 70 per cent as a result of a backlog of court cases.
Rising hospital admissions from Covid coupled with a programme of urgent non-elective surgery could place more pressure on hospitals this summer.
Suffolk's public health chief has urged people to be 'cautious, courteous and caring' as the county emerges from Covid-19 restrictions next week - and called on people to continue wearing face masks in enclosed spaces.
A fresh funding commitment for partnership schemes in two towns has been made - and more places across the district will benefit, an authority says.
Officers had recommended approval, but the committee unanimously agreed to defer a decision, because councillors felt the scheme could be much better.
Agreement has been given for three new highways maintenance contracts with a spend of up to £1billion in the next 20 years in Suffolk to be pursued.
Plans have been tabled for 200 temporary cycle stands introduced across the county during Covid-19 to be upgraded to permanent stations.
Fears have been raised that more people could have been self-neglecting or hoarding during the Covid-19 crisis.
Health chiefs are to meet with councillors and an MP to come up with solutions for future GP provision along the A14 corridor.
East Suffolk Council was required to use unusual powers to give age ratings to a series of films and short movies to be shown at Latitude Festival.
The Greens have stolen a district council set from the Conservatives in an extraordinarily close by-election.
Calls have been made for a review of the diversion route used when the Orwell Bridge must close when reduced speed limits are not available.
Better communication to homes, carbon reduction measures and more work opportunities are among ambitions for new highways maintenance contracts.