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Residents of one Suffolk town, who have campaigned for a residents’ parking zone, now have the chance to see the scheme implemented.
Prostitution has returned to a town's streets, police have said, although not of the scale seen in 2006 when five sex workers were murdered.
The experts from various sectors have given their verdict on the announced changes.
Concerns have been raised by district councillors as buses are unable to turn correctly into the area which is causing traffic delays as a result.
An investigation into increasing permanent school exclusions has found disproportionate numbers of SEND and BAME youngsters being ousted.
Councillors have addressed fears expressed on social media over reduced street lighting plans, saying pedestrian safety will not be compromised.