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Opposition councillors at Suffolk County Council have raised fresh questions over the council’s ‘Greenest County’ claim, after it has emerged its new energy deal relies 100% on nuclear power.
People have been urged to “keep calm and carry on” by Suffolk’s Conservatives amid fears the impact a no-deal Brexit could have on the county’s business and economy.
Suffolk’s fostering and adoption service has shined a spotlight on some of the harder children to find homes for in its latest campaign.
Suffolk County Council has vowed to tackle period poverty – but fell short of committing cash to the cause.
A fostering and adoption service has confirmed it will be sponsoring one of the Elmer sculptures set to parade around Ipswich next year.
A fresh drive to boost attainment in Suffolk schools has been announced by education chiefs – but mystery surrounds what it will involve.
A new primary school in Lakenheath that will accommodate up to 420 youngsters has been given the go-ahead – despite being beneath an RAF jet flightpath.
Plans for one of Europe’s largest flooring distributors to develop disused land in Ipswich has been given the go-ahead – with the firm confirming 80 new jobs.
Detailed designs for the Lake Lothing Crossing in Lowestoft are set to begin soon, as the final evaluation of shortlisted contractors has been completed.
Girls at a Suffolk school who are backing a campaign to end period poverty have said more needs to be done to break the taboo.
Mid Suffolk District Council’s cabinet has given the final sign-off for a £3million pot dedicated to buying property in the district which becomes available.
A series of ‘super-surgeries’ is being explored in Suffolk which would bring a host of primary healthcare services together under one roof.
More potholes on Suffolk’s roads are set to be repaired as part of a fresh purge of highways problems, according to roads chiefs.
Around £8million has already been spent on work for the Upper Orwell Crossing scheme in Ipswich it has been revealed, despite the project’s future being up in the air.
The number of anti-social behaviour reports in Suffolk has dropped by nearly a third.
Urgent action is needed on the site of a former ice cream factory in Ipswich, it has been warned.
Approval has been given for £1.1million of cash to be pumped into key projects in Babergh.
Plans have been lodged for the final phase of development near Ipswich’s Futura Park – which will feature 19 industrial units being built.
An Ipswich special school rated ‘inadequate’ by inspectors six months ago has been told its safeguarding is still not effective.
Major plans to sell Suffolk police’s HQ and build hundreds of homes on the site are ramping up – with early blueprints due to be unveiled by the end of 2018.
As guitarist with Genesis during their progressive rock pioneering ‘Peter Gabriel’ era, Steve Hackett was responsible for some of the bands most ethereal, moving and majestic music during the 1970s.
A watchdog has praised efforts of an Ipswich secondary school rated ‘requires improvement’ – describing it as having “transformed” its education.
A Suffolk council criticised for not having provision for people to access services without heading into Ipswich has confirmed a second pop-up customer service site in Hadleigh.
Questions have been raised over how effective school exclusions are, after concerns were raised that it could be driving youngsters into gangs.
A string of high profile gigs in Chantry Park by Ed Sheeran next year is set to showcase the space as a venue for promoters to bring other top artists, according to the landowners.
Approval for a 420-place primary school in Lakenheath is set to be given the green light next week – despite objections over noise from jets at the nearby RAF base.
A new campaign has called on people across Suffolk to make a difference to education in their area by signing up as a school governor.
Calls have been made for positions in public projects to be filled by ex-offenders to help them back into employment.
Three of the region’s hospitals have insisted their buildings are safe, despite data revealing a £59million backlog of “critical maintenance”.
More than £1million of funding for key projects in Mid Suffolk has been given the green light as part of a multi-million pound programme of countywide investment.
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