Plans for a revamp of sports facilities that will include a brand new aquatics centre have been approved in a meeting dubbed a 'historic moment'.
Price increases for council-owned car parks in a Suffolk town later this summer have been approved.
More than 2,600 packs featuring toothbrushes and toothpaste are being distributed to youngsters in a bid to promote good oral health.
A free e-cigarette scheme is to be rolled out this summer in a bid to reduce the number of smokers in the county
'We know a child’s reading ability at the age of 11 is one of the single biggest indicators of their economic independence at the age of 30.'
Experts are preparing to sample collections of Suffolk mammoth's teeth this summer in the hope of finding key DNA.
Two Suffolk councils have agreed a joint action plan to address the cost of living crisis.
Increasing customers, more special events and plans to become financially self-sufficient are ambitions voiced by a district task group on markets.
Work on developing old council offices into 57 homes will begin this summer.
Harry Richardson takes over the deputy leader post from Gerard Brewster at the council’s Conservative and Independent coalition.
Two price rises are planned in the next seven months for council-owned car parks in a Suffolk town.
Moveable homes and community rock piles are among ideas to be explored as part of £9million pilot projects tackling coastal erosion.
The public space protection order to crackdown on legal highs during the festival will not be renewed.
A conservation area is to be expanded to incorporate a beach and seafront to help protect areas of architectural and historic interest.
A music venue is holding a re-opening event to thank crowdfunders, supporters and volunteers during the Covid-19 shutdown.
Backing has been given for a new leisure and wellbeing hub in a Mid Suffolk town.
'Subsea cabling options are being developed for the north of England and Scotland, so why not here?'
New cookery courses are being delivered for those who are isolated or struggling with the cost of living.
Suffolk firms are joining up to create plans for the county to become a bigger player in the space sector.
A committee unanimously agreed with officers' reasons for refusal of a 79-hectare housing scheme, which will be part of its defence in an appeal.