More underground cabling should be considered for power lines planned across south Suffolk, councillors have said.
Second Covid-19 booster jabs will start to be offered this spring, with the expectation of a wider rollout of top-up jabs in the autumn.
Suffolk’s public health director has urged people to isolate if they test positive with Covid-19 despite legal requirements for that ending.
The team behind a new music venue planned for a vacant church have confirmed it will be used as a pop-up venue until the summer before renovations.
A councillor has raised concerns over a Suffolk town's street lights after highlighting a series of taped-up pillars following crashes.
"All 44 hut owners have already received notice of termination for their existing sites.”
Plans for 44 new homes in a Suffolk village have been deferred for a second time in order for additional advice to be sought on the risk of refusal.
A five-year action plan has been formed to get adults in a Suffolk town exercising.
Suffolk authority confirms around £4million in pension investments linked to Russia have been written off.
Licences for some Suffolk beach huts temporarily located on the promenade are under threat after agreement was granted for only some to be relocated.
Final approval has been granted for 366 homes in a Suffolk town despite some outstanding concerns around play and open spaces.
Villagers came together with author Anthony Horowitz on Friday night to see their village on the small screen in the new Magpie Murders TV series.
“It’s really good we have been selected in the first wave of county deal and good we have now got some clarity from government."
Additional support for veterans and serving armed forces personnel has been recommended by a task group.
Arrangements must be made for tens of thousands of Suffolk homes to get their council tax rebate from April because they do not pay by direct debit.
Plans to turn an empty church into a vibrant new music venue have secured £300,000 of local grant funding to carry out the necessary upgrades.
Work on three housing schemes totalling more than 270 homes and in excess of £50million is due to begin later this year, a borough council says.
The county council says it is reserving judgement on power line plans through Suffolk beauty spots until it has more details.
Suffolk County Council is ceasing its contract with a Russian-owned energy supplier following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, it has been confirmed.
Councillors have delivered a damning assessment of giant solar farm plans which will 'permanently change a unique part of Suffolk'.