An 'important milestone' in a 2,000-home development has been reached after final approval was granted for the first phase, developers say.
Osteoporosis injections in West Suffolk are set to be delivered in community clinics rather than the hospital, under new plans.
December housing register figures showed there were more than 1,400 applications - the councils say empty homes could help address that demand.
Plans have been unveiled to redevelop a former community facility in an East Suffolk town – included supported living for vulnerable adults.
A couple have voiced their frustration at delays to the Ukrainian refugee settlement scheme, as their sponsored family's visa plight goes unanswered.
A council has outlined its expectations on housing developers for sustainable construction measures such as renewable energy and reducing waste.
A new mental health crisis service providing 'short term intensive support' for youngsters has launched in Suffolk.
Street trading rules around a town's seafront have been relaxed that will allow more pop-up stalls and encourage more footfall.
Pleas for an immediate 60p surcharge on Hackney Carriage cab journeys in East Suffolk to tackle rising fuel costs has been rejected by councillors.
Suffolk County Council says it is keeping an open mind on Government plans to allow local authorities to set up multi-academy trusts of schools.
Another district council cabinet member has resigned their front bench role, meaning five of the 10-strong cabinet have left in a week.
Final approval has been granted for 146 homes near a major Suffolk town.
Nuclear projects at the heart of the Government's new energy strategy need to provide maximum economic benefits, political leaders have said.
New fears have been raised cost of living pressures will mean high numbers of Universal Credit claimants in Suffolk won’t go down to pre-Covid levels.
Three Independent cabinet members have resigned after one of their group dismissed from portfolio role.
Part of the site had been subject to a previous application back in 2016, but those plans for 152 homes were refused in 2017.
A six-figure sum has been committed to tackle the blight of more than 1,900 long-term empty homes, a district council has announced.
Candidates for the 2022 elections for a borough council have been published.
An Independent on a district council's coalition cabinet has been removed from a frontbench role, it has been confirmed.
Backing has been given by Mid Suffolk Council's cabinet for the Freeport East business plan that will incorporate a new business park off the A14.