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The A120 could join the A12 at Rivenhall or Kelvedon instead of Marks Tey as potential routes for the new dualled road are revealed.
Get on with improvements to the tracks in East Anglia – that’s the blunt message from Suffolk County Council to Network Rail after the start of Abellio’s new rail franchise.
Concerns have been raised about plans to demolish one of the only leisure facilities for young people in Sudbury.
A proposal to offer some children “short breaks” away from their families as an alternative to being put into care has received unanimous backing from the county council.
The Screen Suffolk deal which aims to bring film and TV productions to the county was officially launched at an exhibition in London on Tuesday night.
Nearly half of Colchester’s council has opposed plans to build more than 16,000 homes in a garden village earmarked for West Tey, the town’s Tory leader has said.
Work on one of the biggest new housing developments in Ipswich for years – creating more than 200 new homes – could get under way early next year.
Suffolk children at risk of being taken into care could be offered “short breaks” away from their families to avoid more costly and disruptive long-term solutions.
MPs signalled they would back Theresa May’s timetable to leave the European Union after a last minute concession that she would publish her plan for Brexit first.
When I first heard about the new deal negotiated between Suffolk County Council and First Buses to provide a Park and Ride service for the town at no cost, I thought it sounded very good indeed writes Paul Geater.
I’m told I’m something of a rarity because I’m a man who actually likes going into shops – so this time of the year doesn’t fill me with as much horror as it does some, writes Paul Geater.
There are two things that are certain when the Orwell Bridge is closed for some reason, writes Paul Geater.
Tomorrow night is the BBC’s big Children in Need extravaganza that millions of people will be watching and donating money to, writes Paul Geater.
The face of our high streets is changing – and retailers need to recognise this and adapt to survive, writes Paul Geater in light of the announcements by Marks & Spencer this week.
The A12 is a vital link for our region to London, especially the section of the road owned and managed by Highways England that runs from the Copdock Mill interchange to the M25, writes Paul Geater.
These are, undoubtedly, exciting times for the East Anglian rail industry, writes Paul Geater.
Today I’m spending my last day at my desk in our Lower Brook Street offices more than 34 years after I first walked into the newsroom as a junior reporter, writes Paul Geater.
At school, history was my favourite subject, writes Paul Geater. My family have had membership of the National Trust for more than 30 years and I love the music and films that I grew up with.
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