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West Suffolk food businesses to be able to pay for fast-tracked hygiene re-inspections

West Suffolk food businesses to be able to pay for fast-tracked hygiene re-inspections

West Suffolk food businesses to be able to pay for fast-tracked hygiene re-inspections

11 July 2018

Those concerned about the outcome of their inspections will be able to pay £110 for a fast-tracked re-inspection.


Sudbury renews close twinning partnership with Danish town

Sudbury renews close twinning partnership with Danish town

Sudbury renews close twinning partnership with Danish town

10 July 2018

Sudbury cemented its close links with Fredensborg in Denmark this month, when it welcomed visitors to celebrate more than a decade as twinned towns.


West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock appointed Health Secretary

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock appointed Health Secretary

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock appointed Health Secretary

09 July 2018

Mr Hancock has been promoted in the wake of a series of cabinet resignations today.


Celebrating councils and community this National Democracy Week

Celebrating councils and community this National Democracy Week

Celebrating councils and community this National Democracy Week

07 July 2018

Cllr Gerard Brewster urges young people to stand as councillors next year as part of National Democracy Week.


District council's investments in sites outside Babergh under scrutiny

District council's investments in sites outside Babergh under scrutiny

District council's investments in sites outside Babergh under scrutiny

06 July 2018

The investments of tens of millions of pounds by two Suffolk councils into retail sites outside the county has fallen under scrutiny.


Call for council 'transparency' to end to Barley Homes uncertainty

Call for council 'transparency' to end to Barley Homes uncertainty

Call for council 'transparency' to end to Barley Homes uncertainty

06 July 2018

A councillor has called for ‘more transparency’ about the future of a council-owned affordable housing developer


Lavenham Parish Council in talks to take over tourist information centre

Lavenham Parish Council in talks to take over tourist information centre

Lavenham Parish Council in talks to take over tourist information centre

05 July 2018

Lavenham Parish Council hopes to maintain its tourist information centre (TIC), as it continues talks to take over the building for community use.


Vacant council offices set for 98 new homes

Vacant council offices set for 98 new homes

Vacant council offices set for 98 new homes

30 June 2018

Councillors give thumbs-up to proposal following public exhibitions


Sudbury's free parking under review as Babergh unveils 'Vision for Prosperity' plan

Sudbury's free parking under review as Babergh unveils 'Vision for Prosperity' plan

Sudbury's free parking under review as Babergh unveils 'Vision for Prosperity' plan

29 June 2018

Free car parking in Sudbury could be axed if short-stay charges are approved, as part of Babergh District Council's new 'Vision for Prosperity' plan.

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Public praise innovative £8.4m post office scheme

Public praise innovative £8.4m post office scheme

Public praise innovative £8.4m post office scheme

29 June 2018

Proposals to transform site – creating a wider link, shops and flats – showcased at public exhibition.


Hadleigh poll on whether councillors should resign results in Yes vote

Hadleigh poll on whether councillors should resign results in Yes vote

Hadleigh poll on whether councillors should resign results in Yes vote

29 June 2018

The extraordinary referendum asking residents of Hadleigh if they want their entire town council to resign has resulted in a victory for the Yes vote.


£100k loan for revamp of Newmarket's memorial hall gardens

£100k loan for revamp of Newmarket's memorial hall gardens

£100k loan for revamp of Newmarket's memorial hall gardens

29 June 2018

Newmarket Town Council is set to borrow £100,000 to help pay for the re-design and refurbishment of the memorial hall gardens


Business leaders press Government minister over A14 improvements

Business leaders press Government minister over A14 improvements

Business leaders press Government minister over A14 improvements

28 June 2018

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce led campaign is calling for £800m of investment at seven pinch points on A14.


Hadleigh voters go to polls for referendum on if town councillors should resign

Hadleigh voters go to polls for referendum on if town councillors should resign

Hadleigh voters go to polls for referendum on if town councillors should resign

28 June 2018

Hadleigh could decide the fate of its divided town council today, in a referendum asking electors if they want to see all existing councillors resign.


Brexit leads to job losses at Haverhill firm

Brexit leads to job losses at Haverhill firm

Brexit leads to job losses at Haverhill firm

28 June 2018

Several activities are being transferred to sites within the EU


Staff turnover at Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils 'doubled' after Ipswich move

Staff turnover at Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils 'doubled' after Ipswich move

Staff turnover at Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils 'doubled' after Ipswich move

25 June 2018

Question marks have been raised over the relocation of two Suffolk councils, after latest figures showed staff turnover had more than doubled.

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Clare woman with MS reveals struggles after losing disability allowance

Clare woman with MS reveals struggles after losing disability allowance

Clare woman with MS reveals struggles after losing disability allowance

23 June 2018

A woman from Clare who suffers from multiple sclerosis is raising awareness of the lifelong condition after losing her disability allowance.


Measures to cut Apex costs under scrutiny

Measures to cut Apex costs under scrutiny

Measures to cut Apex costs under scrutiny

23 June 2018

St Edmundsbury Borough Council to debate future plans for Bury St Edmunds facility


Peer gives Great Cornard students insight into House of Lords

Peer gives Great Cornard students insight into House of Lords

Peer gives Great Cornard students insight into House of Lords

23 June 2018

Politics students from Great Cornard received first-hand insight into the workings of the House of Lords when they welcomed a peer to their school.


Allowance rise for councillors is approved despite criticism

Allowance rise for councillors is approved despite criticism

Allowance rise for councillors is approved despite criticism

22 June 2018

Mid Suffolk and Babergh councillors to receive an allowance rise.


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