CIFCO Capital Ltd, set up by Babergh and Mid Suffolk district councils, has come under fire for its investment strategy.
Strategy for what county needs in the future to help complement its housing growth.
Home Office chiefs who failed to give a single penny to Suffolk to tackle youth violence were branded 'misguided' by the county’s police commissioner.
The public sector hub will combine leisure, police, NHS and education services.
"I am deeply disturbed that the Home Office has chosen to ignore requests for funding."
Charity which helps people with brain injuries has had new residential accommodation and a day care centre plans approved.
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The courses will begin in September 2021.
Twenty-three Suffolk bus services are under threat, after a council announced it was axing its subsidy to those routes in cost-cutting measures.
Lessons have been learnt over a council owned company which failed to be self-sustaining, council bosses have said.
Plans for 136 homes in Glemsford dubbed “unacceptable and inappropriate” have been refused after hundreds of people objected.
Talks with bus operators are underway to establish which ones can continue running their services commercially.
A Suffolk council, which has had to make belt-tightening cutbacks, ended the last financial year having overspent by £4.4 million.
It follows a U-turn by Suffolk County Council last week over plans to axe three specialist centres.
Education chiefs warn that schools in Suffolk deliberately encouraging poorly-performing pupils to quit school for home education are being monitored.
Health chiefs have said there is no threat to services for deaf and blind people in after it emerged a council’s specialist care company is shut.
The authority said there would not be a change to the level of care provided.
There have been more than 400 objections to plans to build 136 homes in Glemsford, amid fears the development will harm nearby listed buildings.
Off-rolling is where schools encourage parents to take their child out of school to be home educated, so they do not bring down the school’s results.
More than 800 children in Suffolk are being taught at home, including eight confirmed cases in one year of schools pressuring parents to home educate.