NHS and Whitehall to decide next steps for SEND.
Campaigners calling for garden waste collection charges to be scrapped in Babergh have described the fees as a tax for doing the right thing.
Figures reveal spend from film and TV productions shooting in Suffolk exceeded £3.8m in two years.
A county council finance chief has vowed not to overspend next year as it heads towards another seven-figure hit from reserves
Former Mid Suffolk District Council offices will be turned into 94 homes and a shop, while the former Needham Middle School will site 41 properties.
The public consultation on the route details and junction options with the A12 and A14 will be launched this summer.
Latest papers revealed that overspend was now likely to be £5.9m, following on from that of £5.2m last year.
Detailed plan for implementation of new measures is due later this year.
Idea mooted in controversial £66,000 report.
Suffolk County Council's Conservative leadership has been criticised over hiring a think-tank to complete the £66,000 report
Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils established a joint investment firm CIFCO Capital Ltd to invest in commercial and retail buildings.
Suffolk County Council’s budget, which features a 4 per cent council tax rise and cuts to funding to Citizens Advice services, was given the go-ahead.
Suffolk County Council’s entire reserves will be eradicated in less than a decade if current levels of overspend continue, it has emerged.
Forest Heath homes will see a small increase in council tax of £4.95 (for a Band D property) for the year, while St Edmundsbury’s remains unchanged.
Multi-million loan to be pumped into CIFCO commercial property enterprise.
Calls for controversial out-of-county investments in commercial and retail property to be sold and money to be pumped into housebuilding
Developer's fresh application after 160-home scheme rejected.
Pupil referral units to be established.
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