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Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

16 May 2021

Ministers will trial the the system in Suffolk, which will see residents alerting to imminent public health threats.


Public inquiry into government's handling of pandemic to start next year

Public inquiry into government's handling of pandemic to start next year

Public inquiry into government's handling of pandemic to start next year

12 May 2021

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed a public inquiry into the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic will start next year.


Conservatives and Greens retain seats in district council by-elections

Conservatives and Greens retain seats in district council by-elections

Conservatives and Greens retain seats in district council by-elections

11 May 2021

The Conservatives and Greens have retained their respective Framlingham and Beccles seats in the East Suffolk Council by-elections.


Council apologises after confusion over reports of more than 900 rejected ballots during election count

Council apologises after confusion over reports of more than 900 rejected ballots during election count

Council apologises after confusion over reports of more than 900 rejected ballots during election count

11 May 2021

A council has reassured voters that all eligible votes were counted after one division appeared to have more than 900 rejected ballots.


Council apologises after 1,000 polling cards sent to wrong electoral area

Council apologises after 1,000 polling cards sent to wrong electoral area

Council apologises after 1,000 polling cards sent to wrong electoral area

10 May 2021

Mid Suffolk District Council has apologised after around 1,000 polling cards were sent to the wrong electoral area for last week’s elections.


Officials nearing decisions on weight-restrictions for HGVs through town

Officials nearing decisions on weight-restrictions for HGVs through town

Officials nearing decisions on weight-restrictions for HGVs through town

09 May 2021

A decision on whether weight restrictions will be introduced for HGVs passing through a Suffolk town is expected soon, council bosses have promised.


Conservatives victorious in Great Cornard by-election

Conservatives victorious in Great Cornard by-election

Conservatives victorious in Great Cornard by-election

08 May 2021

The Conservatives kept hold of a seat in a Suffolk district council by-election on Thursday, holding off Labour by more than 300 votes.


Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

08 May 2021

Tim Passmore will continue as the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner after securing the 2021 local election with his biggest victory.


Local election results 2021: Ipswich Borough Council

Local election results 2021: Ipswich Borough Council

Local election results 2021: Ipswich Borough Council

08 May 2021

Labour has retained its majority at Ipswich Borough Council - but the Conservatives made crucial gains.


Suffolk County Council elections 2021 - the final results

Suffolk County Council elections 2021 - the final results

Suffolk County Council elections 2021 - the final results

08 May 2021

The Conservatives have kept an overall majority at the Suffolk County Council elections – but the Green party has surged to triple its numbers


A chance to build back better

A chance to build back better

A chance to build back better

08 May 2021

MP Jo Churchill focuses on issues affecting the Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket areas


Elections 2021: Suffolk County Council results

Elections 2021: Suffolk County Council results

Elections 2021: Suffolk County Council results

07 May 2021

The Conservatives look to be maintaining a tight grip across the county, having taken most of the seats on Suffolk County Council so far.


Live: Suffolk elections results as they happen

Live: Suffolk elections results as they happen

Live: Suffolk elections results as they happen

07 May 2021

The first results for Suffolk’s elections will be declared today.


Suffolk County Council elections: Conservatives take all but one of the West Suffolk seats

Suffolk County Council elections: Conservatives take all but one of the West Suffolk seats

Suffolk County Council elections: Conservatives take all but one of the West Suffolk seats

07 May 2021

The Conservative dominated the West Suffolk results for seats on Suffolk County Council today.


This is when we can expect to find out results from Suffolk's local elections

This is when we can expect to find out results from Suffolk's local elections

This is when we can expect to find out results from Suffolk's local elections

07 May 2021

The first results for Suffolk’s elections will be declared today.


Everything you need to know about local elections being held in Suffolk today

Everything you need to know about local elections being held in Suffolk today

Everything you need to know about local elections being held in Suffolk today

06 May 2021

Voters across Suffolk will take to the polls for the first elections held since the Covid-19 pandemic struck.


Controversial housing plans still on the table, despite claims they had been dropped

Controversial housing plans still on the table, despite claims they had been dropped

Controversial housing plans still on the table, despite claims they had been dropped

02 May 2021

Controversial plans to build 145 homes in a Suffolk town are still being considered, despite a councillor's claim parts had been dropped.


No, Matt Hancock wasn't served the world's worst pint of Guinness

No, Matt Hancock wasn't served the world's worst pint of Guinness

No, Matt Hancock wasn't served the world's worst pint of Guinness

01 May 2021

Social media went into a frenzy yesterday after it appeared a Suffolk MP was served the worst pint ever, but not everything was as it seemed.


Community projects saw ‘record grants’ during pandemic

Community projects saw ‘record grants’ during pandemic

Community projects saw ‘record grants’ during pandemic

29 April 2021

Community projects received almost £1 million in grant funding during the last financial year.


Town councillors 'disillusioned' with decision-making process of local steering group

Town councillors 'disillusioned' with decision-making process of local steering group

Town councillors 'disillusioned' with decision-making process of local steering group

24 April 2021

Councillors voiced frustrations about the running of steering group, suggesting they did not feel properly consulted on key issues affecting the town.

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