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Funding is won to tackle rough sleeping in West Suffolk

Funding is won to tackle rough sleeping in West Suffolk

Funding is won to tackle rough sleeping in West Suffolk

12 June 2018

West Suffolk Councils win £250,000 to tackle rough sleeping problem in towns


Is Hadleigh Town Council referendum 'irresponsible' or 'necessary'?

Is Hadleigh Town Council referendum 'irresponsible' or 'necessary'?

Is Hadleigh Town Council referendum 'irresponsible' or 'necessary'?

09 June 2018

A member of Hadleigh Town Council has called the upcoming local referendum “irresponsible” - but opponents say the council has become “dysfunctional”.


Vision to transform Stowmarket gets green light

Vision to transform Stowmarket gets green light

Vision to transform Stowmarket gets green light

08 June 2018

Mid Suffolk District Council agrees to allocate £550,000 towards initiative to regenerate town


Tea party, cake and a giant card mark trade union milestone

Tea party, cake and a giant card mark trade union milestone

Tea party, cake and a giant card mark trade union milestone

08 June 2018

Trade union marks 25th birthday with party at West Suffolk Hospital


Babergh leaders set to host Q&A event in Hadleigh

Babergh leaders set to host Q&A event in Hadleigh

Babergh leaders set to host Q&A event in Hadleigh

06 June 2018

Babergh District Council’s leader and deputy leader are inviting people living and working in Hadleigh to attend a Q&A event this weekend.


Group to review future of civic leadership in West Suffolk

Group to review future of civic leadership in West Suffolk

Group to review future of civic leadership in West Suffolk

06 June 2018

Issues will include whether the new West Suffolk Council should have a mayor.


Referendum to decide fate of Hadleigh town councillors as discontent grows

Referendum to decide fate of Hadleigh town councillors as discontent grows

Referendum to decide fate of Hadleigh town councillors as discontent grows

01 June 2018

Hadleigh Town Council faces being told to resign en masse, after a motion was approved for a referendum on whether members should stay in their role.


Rachel Hood is town’s new mayor

Rachel Hood is town’s new mayor

Rachel Hood is town’s new mayor

31 May 2018

Rachel Hood was elected to serve her second term as mayor or Newmarket at the annual meeting of the town council on Tuesday


Lord Tebbit's visit to Sudbury to go ahead despite controversial comments

Lord Tebbit's visit to Sudbury to go ahead despite controversial comments

Lord Tebbit's visit to Sudbury to go ahead despite controversial comments

31 May 2018

Lord Norman Tebbit’s visit to St Peter’s in Sudbury will go ahead this weekend, amid calls for it to be revoked after his alleged homophobic comments.


MP laments loophole enabling developer to 'ride roughshod' over Bures

MP laments loophole enabling developer to 'ride roughshod' over Bures

MP laments loophole enabling developer to 'ride roughshod' over Bures

29 May 2018

A controversial housing development in Bures has been highlighted by a local MP as an example of a serious planning loophole that needs to be fixed.


New Youth MP wants to give Haverhill a voice

New Youth MP wants to give Haverhill a voice

New Youth MP wants to give Haverhill a voice

29 May 2018

Impressive manifesto sees Kathiravan elected


Roy sets out bold plans for Thetford

Roy sets out bold plans for Thetford

Roy sets out bold plans for Thetford

28 May 2018

The new mayor of Thetford is planning big things for the town after he put on the robes at the town's mayor making ceremony.


Babergh Tories form new coalition to keep district council majority

Babergh Tories form new coalition to keep district council majority

Babergh Tories form new coalition to keep district council majority

25 May 2018

The Babergh Tories have formed a new coalition to retain a slim district council majority - a situation which the opposition has called “a shambles”.


'Historic moment' as single council receives seal of approval

'Historic moment' as single council receives seal of approval

'Historic moment' as single council receives seal of approval

25 May 2018

West Suffolk Council will replace St Edmundsbury Borough and Forest Heath District Councils in April 2019.


'New era' at Suffolk County Council as Hicks appoints new cabinet

'New era' at Suffolk County Council as Hicks appoints new cabinet

'New era' at Suffolk County Council as Hicks appoints new cabinet

24 May 2018

The new leader of Suffolk County Council, Matthew Hicks, has called on all parties to work together


New Suffolk County Council leader pledges to introduce 'new style of working'

New Suffolk County Council leader pledges to introduce 'new style of working'

New Suffolk County Council leader pledges to introduce 'new style of working'

24 May 2018

Cllr Matthew Hicks appoints several West Suffolk figures to his cabinet.


Shadow authority for new West Suffolk Council due to meet for first time

Shadow authority for new West Suffolk Council due to meet for first time

Shadow authority for new West Suffolk Council due to meet for first time

23 May 2018

Purpose of shadow authority is to ensure a smooth transition.


Suffolk Wildlife Trust fears key sites could lose protected status

Suffolk Wildlife Trust fears key sites could lose protected status

Suffolk Wildlife Trust fears key sites could lose protected status

21 May 2018

The disused railway between Lavenham and Long Melford is among the Suffolk wildlife sites that could lose protection under proposed policy changes.


New leader for Suffolk Tories

New leader for Suffolk Tories

New leader for Suffolk Tories

15 May 2018

Conservative councillors have voted for Matthew Hicks to replace Colin Noble as their leader.


Staff retention issues a risk to Babergh council, report finds

Staff retention issues a risk to Babergh council, report finds

Staff retention issues a risk to Babergh council, report finds

15 May 2018

Recruiting and retaining staff and understanding finances are among the biggest risks facing Babergh District Council, a new report has concluded.


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