Concerns have been raised over a masterplan for 1,300 new homes in a Suffolk market town.
A six-figure upgrade of a town's street lighting is to be completed by the end of March next year.
Parking officers have begun talking to drivers who leave their engines on while parked – but calls have been made for more urgency to efforts.
Plans for a £12.1 million development of 16 'incubator' business units in a town have been given cabinet backing.
Nearly £13 million has been agreed to decarbonise more than 130 public service buildings in Suffolk.
A new £1.2 million adventure bar has secured a licence - and hopes to be open in February next year in a Suffolk town.
‘Substantial upgrades’ of £750,000 to a library are being eyed by library bosses as work on funding streams has begun.
Sensory gardens, specimen trees and natural sculptures are among ideas being considered for new healing woods being formed in Suffolk.
A Suffolk district has nearly double the minimum five-year land supply required according to latest figures.
A fresh winter campaign has been launched to tackle Covid-19 in Suffolk, urging people to consider what would motivate them to be responsible.
Renovation work on the facade of a town's former post office will start this winter if planning permission is granted.
A six-figure pilot project to provide more support for youngsters in rural Suffolk has been agreed.
Approval has been granted on plans for 205 homes and a nursery in a Suffolk village which were delayed over a series of concerns.
Provision of street rangers, CCTV and free public Wi-Fi have been given a boost in one Suffolk town.
Campaigners will call on leaders to up their climate crisis commitments, keep fossil fuels in the ground and invest in low-carbon alternatives.
An investment pledge of £5.1m has been allocated by a district council to help boost communities and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Traffic lights planned as part of £53m upgrades to the A12 may only be used at peak times, as highways experts explore using 'part-time' signals.
More than £1 million in housing developer contributions has been assigned to expand a school to accommodate another 105 pupils.
Plans for a new housing development that attracted hundreds of objections have been approved.
A Suffolk MP has said more resources are needed in Suffolk schools to support pupils with special educational needs.