The next phase of a 1,170 home development in Suffolk has been delayed over concerns around housing density and the height of a block of flats.
Calls have been made for a Suffolk town to get a third health centre, as housing growth piles extra pressure on existing health services.
Work to secure contractors for a revamp of a Suffolk park can begin after securing the backing of a council's cabinet.
New 40mph speed limits on the Orwell Bridge during high winds prevented three closures and millions of pounds being lost to the local economy in May.
Schools across a Suffolk town have been sharing their success stories for innovative new learning programmes as part of an online week of activity.
A seven-figure countywide action plan to tackle the climate crisis has been agreed by public service chiefs.
Public health bosses are expecting tourists to flock back to Suffolk and have drawn up Covid management plans.
Local authorities from across the UK will be using Suffolk's expertise to drove down coronavirus totals.
Work has started on a plan for parking in two Suffolk districts over the next five-to-ten years.
Final fit-out work for The Botanist to occupy an historic Suffolk landmark can begin, say planners.
Planning permission has been agreed which paves the way for the second stage Heritage Lottery Fund bid.
A decision on 70 new homes planned for a village has been delayed, amid fears over road safety.
Working Men’s Club headline the latest group of acts to have joined the line-up for a two-day festival coming to Suffolk this autumn.
Labour party leader Sir Keir Starmer has been out and about chatting to businesses in a Suffolk town, discussing how the town emerges from Covid-19.
A plan to ‘decolonise’ collections at a museum over the next six years has been agreed, which chiefs say will help address 'problematic' displays.
Plans for a new public services hub and leisure centre in a Suffolk town will go ahead in phases.
A review of elements within Suffolk’s special educational needs and disabilities service is to be carried out from next week, it has been announced.
Contaminated recycling waste from just two rounds in a Suffolk town has resulted in more than £50,000 in lost cash, shock new figures have revealed
The tariffs proposed previously had to be scrapped just days before coming into effect, because it was found that they breached discrimination laws.
Parent campaigners for special educational needs services in Suffolk say a review of how parents are kept informed does not go far enough.