Councillors have called for a rethink of measures planned to reduce congestion on a major road, with more prominence needed on sustainable transport.
Talks with potential buyers of Suffolk’s registrars office have begun, but ceremonies will continue there for the short term.
Staff sickness at the region's ambulance trust has exceeded 10 per cent, according to new figures.
A decision on plans for a new 60-place SEND free school has been pushed back while road access concerns remain outstanding.
A Suffolk college has confirmed £2million windfall will be spent on its new health and care teaching centre.
New parking charges in south Suffolk, which were due to come into effect in January, have officially been postponed, a district council has confirmed.
The consultation on 1,300 homes has started, with council officers agreeing to accelerate work on highways and transport planning amid early concerns.
Three quarters of all fly-tipping in West Suffolk in recent months happened in just seven areas, according to new figures.
Home-schooling, bubbles and staggered school days could be re-introduced in Suffolk schools with climbing Covid-19 cases under a new protocol.
A £6 million bid for upgrades in a Suffolk town that would pave the way for future regeneration has been rejected by the Government.
A new protocol for schools to manage Covid-19 rates is set to be brought in across Suffolk this week.
A Suffolk health chief has said he is 'ashamed' of current NHS dental provision in the county.
Tik Tok and Instagram will be used to address disinformation around the Covid-19 vaccines for youngsters.
Covid-19 'hit-squads' will be out in a Suffolk town next weekend encouraging people to get their jabs.
90,000 eligible people are still yet to have the Covid-19 booster jab.
More than 70 patients in Suffolk's hospitals are being treated for Covid-19, according to latest figures.
There is light at the end of the tunnel for Covid-19, but people need to play their part to get there, Suffolk’s Public Health chief has said.
Plans have been voiced by business, health and public sector chiefs in Suffolk to plug the county’s £4 billion productivity gap.
A scheme to address mental health concerns raised during the Covid-19 pandemic is being formed with the support of £2.5million of funding in Suffolk.
Backing has been given to amended plans for 85 homes in a village, to be known as Ivy Hill - and first homes could be available for sale next year.