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The company which runs Foxhall Stadium today pleaded guilty to jeopardising the safety of the public at the speedway and banger racing venue.
A major housing development on the outskirts of Woodbridge has been given the green light to proceed.
Work is underway to give the greatly used public shelters along Felixstowe’s seafront a much-needed facelift.
The new-look Oak Meadow play area in Kesgrave has been unveiled following revamp work.
New uncertainty has enshrouded the much-debated future of a Suffolk statue.
Developers for a plot of land in Rushmere St Andrew have withdrawn an application to build 23 homes – but have said an updated proposal is likely to be submitted later this year.
Three district councillors have hit back at accusations of inducing a ‘democratic deficit’ within the area they represent.
The premier road cycling event will feature a stage held entirely in the county for the first time on Friday, September 8.
Developers behind an already unpopular housing scheme have further angered the community following allegations that they are building homes with different designs to those agreed.
The Stour and Orwell Forum 2017 had a recurring theme - the search for balance between potentially conflicting issues on the estuaries.
Details of a multi-million pound project to create contemporary riverside “villas in a park” opposite one of Britain’s most important ancient heritage sites have been revealed.
Community leaders and developers are expected to negotiate over a new home for Woodbridge’s much-loved ‘Drummer Boy’ after a site for the statue was omitted from a prestigious new project.
A Conservative councillor in Suffolk has written to a Government minister calling for “radical” proposals to prevent young people’s “disenchantment” leading to possible “intergenerational warfare”.
Delegates at a Suffolk Chamber of Commerce networking event next week will get an insight into the Tour of Britain cycling event which is returning to the county later this year.
Police have issued a warning to parents who park inconsiderately outside Kesgrave High School that they will be issuing fines as officers take a “zero-tolerance” stance on anti-social parking.
Five new homes are set to be built at the site of a former funeral home in Woodbridge.
Rates relief “specialists” targeting unsuspecting business owners and charging unnecessary fees to help them reduce their business rates have been condemned by a district council.
A family whose lives were devastated by a road accident have set up camp at a Suffolk council’s headquarters in a desperate call for help.
A company working on the multi-million pound restoration of Felixstowe’s nationally-acclaimed seafront gardens was paid £350,000 of taxpayers’ money to terminate the contract, it has been revealed.
Growing concerns have been raised in Woodbridge over plans for housing at the old offices of Suffolk Coastal District Council.
Extra police will be on duty at Felixstowe following recent terror attacks as the resort hosts the largest Armed Forces Weekend event in the region.
A woman has been ordered to pay £200 by Ipswich magistrates after hurling a dog-end out of the window of her car on outskirts of the town centre.
Proposals have been put forward to build 225 new homes, primary school and country park on the edge of an east Suffolk market town – reaching to its nearest village.
Experts are to be employed to see how businesses in Suffolk can secure the greatest benefits from the £14billion Sizewell C project if it goes ahead.
A group of travellers whose recent arrival at Suffolk recreation ground was met with community concern, will be served a notice to vacate the site, authorities said.
A souvenir programme which sets out the festivities planned for Suffolk Armed Forces Weekend in Felixstowe has been launched.
Authorities have been criticised for their response to a traveller camp, which has set up near to Suffolk’s nuclear power station.
Controversial plans to build more than 2,000 homes on land near Adastral Park in Martlesham are set to receive the support of Ipswich Borough Council as long as concerns over transport and road networks are tackled.
Kesgrave’s first ever mobile skatepark is being launched on Tuesday for a week-long session at Cedarwood Primary School.
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