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Enterprise advisers from the Suffolk branch of multinational recruitment agency Adecco have won a national award for their work connecting the county’s schools and colleges with the world of work.

The school is one of around 50 in Suffolk where some of the world’s best cyclists will fly past on Friday, September 8 when Britain’s premier road cycling race takes over the county.

The long-running campaign for a major bypass in east Suffolk has been boosted by welcome reports of a substantial financial offer.

What started as a small dispute over a garden wall has boiled over, with police called and a Suffolk councillor resigning.

The success of a Suffolk community recycling centre has been recognised at a national awards ceremony.

Organisations from across Suffolk have shown support for the people of Manchester after Monday night’s atrocity at the Arena concert.

Months of major roadworks on a key route into Bury St Edmunds are set to start, as a double roundabout is removed under £2.8million plans to improve roads across the town.

A Suffolk social worker has been struck off after having an inappropriate relationship with a service user while employed by Suffolk County Council.

boosting Suffolk’s long-term ambition of becoming the most active county.

You could say the scale of a Suffolk young people’s project befits the scale of the environmental problem it is highlighting in a most imaginative and creative way - and the word “scale” would be entirely appropriate as the initiative features hundreds of fish.

There is definitely a healthy message attached to this month’s fantastic fundraising.

The number of school days lost to unapproved holidays in Suffolk last autumn rose by almost 2,500 year-on-year, new figures show.

Suffolk County Council highways engineers have carried out emergency roadworks at three locations in the county today, causing some delays in the areas.

The first Suffolk Day will celebrate the county on Wednesday June 21, with many business preparing for the debut event.

Tributes are being paid to two west Suffolk councillors who have died within days of each other.

Former leader of Waveney District Council, Mark Bee has returned to the role ahead of the proposed merger with Suffolk Coastal.

Firefighters have issued a renewed warning over household appliances after a washine machine caught fire at a house in Ipswich.

Practical support for entrepreneurs and new business start-ups on courses at the Eastern Enterprise Hub.

A warning has been issued after distraction burglaries police believe are connected to a gang of rogue tree surgeons.

A former headteacher who was cleared of assaulting a child but later sacked from his school in connection with the allegation was unfairly dismissed.

Plans for a housing development near Stowmarket have been rejected by planners, citing “unacceptable” harm to a listed building and traffic concerns.

Waveney District Council leader Colin Law has died just days before he was due to hand over the leadership of the authority to Mark Bee.

Suffolk’s tenth annual walking festival has stepped out on a long and winding road that takes it to scores of venues and showcases the county’s acclaimed diversity of outstanding landscapes, wildlife-rich habitats and internationally significant historic features.

An appeal to end “needless suffering” and fix pavements in Stowmarket has been made, after a shopkeeper witnessed an elderly man fall and suffer nasty injuries.

Three Suffolk students have been announced as the hosts of a prestigious awards ceremony celebrating the best of the county’s education.

Hundreds of visitors from around Ipswich and beyond have attended to the area’s biggest annual business-to-business event.

An experienced Suffolk social worker who dishonestly obtained a “significant sum of money” at the taxpayers’ expense through false mileage claims has been struck off for misconduct.

A disgruntled car owner says his front tyre “exploded” after his Audi A3 went through a seven-inch-deep pothole near Bacton.

Conservatives on Suffolk County Council have re-elected Colin Noble to lead their group following their success in last week’s local elections.

A half-finished building site on the Waterfront that has angered local residents for years could finally be completed after a new planning application was lodged with Ipswich council.

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