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Criticism as councillors accept allowance increase

Criticism as councillors accept allowance increase

Criticism as councillors accept allowance increase

04 April 2024

Senior councillors paid more than double their counterparts at other councils have been criticised for accepting another allowance increase.


Controversial changes to car parking charges could start as early as October if approved

Controversial changes to car parking charges could start as early as October if approved

Controversial changes to car parking charges could start as early as October if approved

04 April 2024

Controversial changes to car parking charges in one area of Suffolk could start as early as October if they are approved.


Why voting in the upcoming elections could change this town

Why voting in the upcoming elections could change this town

Why voting in the upcoming elections could change this town

04 April 2024

Voting in this year’s elections could change a town going forward with several high-ranking positions up for grabs.


Major plans for Suffolk village refused after more than 100 objections

Major plans for Suffolk village refused after more than 100 objections

Major plans for Suffolk village refused after more than 100 objections

03 April 2024

Plans for a new vehicle recycling facility and relief road in a Suffolk village have been refused after more than 100 objections.


Suffolk society calls to save old gas works and former fire station from development

Suffolk society calls to save old gas works and former fire station from development

Suffolk society calls to save old gas works and former fire station from development

03 April 2024

The group say the former 19th century retort house, set to be developed, was one of only three still complete in Suffolk.


Access to dental treatment is the number one issue in Suffolk constituency, says MP candidate

Access to dental treatment is the number one issue in Suffolk constituency, says MP candidate

Access to dental treatment is the number one issue in Suffolk constituency, says MP candidate

28 March 2024

Access to dental treatment is the number one issue in a Suffolk constituency, an MP candidate has said.


Pupils to have permanent voice in Suffolk council following decision

Pupils to have permanent voice in Suffolk council following decision

Pupils to have permanent voice in Suffolk council following decision

28 March 2024

A decision to give pupils a permanent voice in a Suffolk council will bolster democracy, a councillor has said.


Conversations to save coastal town tidal barrier project still ongoing, leader says

Conversations to save coastal town tidal barrier project still ongoing, leader says

Conversations to save coastal town tidal barrier project still ongoing, leader says

28 March 2024

Conversations are ongoing to save town’s tidal barrier project, a leader has said.


‘Absolutely delighted but will it happen?’: Changes to residents’ parking back on the table

‘Absolutely delighted but will it happen?’: Changes to residents’ parking back on the table

‘Absolutely delighted but will it happen?’: Changes to residents’ parking back on the table

28 March 2024

Long-awaited changes to provide greater parking opportunities for residents of a Suffolk town are being consulted on.


‘They have imprisoned me...but the muntjac can walk through the gate’

‘They have imprisoned me...but the muntjac can walk through the gate’

‘They have imprisoned me...but the muntjac can walk through the gate’

28 March 2024

A Suffolk town council has ‘held its hands up’ after installing fencing around allotments without consulting residents.

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Memorial planned for long-serving councillor who has died aged 81

Memorial planned for long-serving councillor who has died aged 81

Memorial planned for long-serving councillor who has died aged 81

28 March 2024

A memorial service is being planned for a long-serving local councillor who has died aged 81.


‘Declare a state of dental emergency’: Campaigners plea to health minister at Government meeting

‘Declare a state of dental emergency’: Campaigners plea to health minister at Government meeting

‘Declare a state of dental emergency’: Campaigners plea to health minister at Government meeting

27 March 2024

Campaigners say they will continue to engage with the Government for ‘as long as it takes’ over plans to reform dental provision.


Find out residents’ verdict in survey on controversial boundary

Find out residents’ verdict in survey on controversial boundary

Find out residents’ verdict in survey on controversial boundary

27 March 2024

More than 800 residents have made their views known in a survey regarding a controversial boundary dispute.


Popular Ferris wheel to have permanent spot in seaside town

Popular Ferris wheel to have permanent spot in seaside town

Popular Ferris wheel to have permanent spot in seaside town

26 March 2024

A popular Ferris wheel attraction has secured a permanent spot in a seaside town.


‘An absolutely crazy idea’: Reaction to infrastructure proposals for major energy project

‘An absolutely crazy idea’: Reaction to infrastructure proposals for major energy project

‘An absolutely crazy idea’: Reaction to infrastructure proposals for major energy project

26 March 2024

Residents and community leaders have had their say on the chosen infrastructure sites and routes for a major energy project.


New executive director appointed by council to prioritise improving SEND services

New executive director appointed by council to prioritise improving SEND services

New executive director appointed by council to prioritise improving SEND services

25 March 2024

A new executive director for children and young people has been appointed by a council.


Major village plans with over 100 objections set for final decision

Major village plans with over 100 objections set for final decision

Major village plans with over 100 objections set for final decision

25 March 2024

Plans for a new vehicle recycling facility and relief road in a Suffolk village will be given a final decision next week following 100 objections.


‘The party politics doesn’t matter’: Haverhill Town Council co-opts new councillor

‘The party politics doesn’t matter’: Haverhill Town Council co-opts new councillor

‘The party politics doesn’t matter’: Haverhill Town Council co-opts new councillor

24 March 2024

Amid party politics claims, a Suffolk town council has filled a vacant seat.


MP Matt Hancock loses bid to have Bridgen libel claim thrown out

MP Matt Hancock loses bid to have Bridgen libel claim thrown out

MP Matt Hancock loses bid to have Bridgen libel claim thrown out

20 March 2024

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has lost his bid to have a libel claim against him thrown out by a High Court judge.


Residents could directly elect council leader under new devolution plans

Residents could directly elect council leader under new devolution plans

Residents could directly elect council leader under new devolution plans

18 March 2024

Residents in Suffolk could, for the first time, have the chance to elect their county council leader under new devolution plans.


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