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New signs have been installed along the beach at Thorpeness after a dog walker lost his life when a cliff collapsed.

Grade II listed Bawdsey Manor is set to open as a children’s adventure holiday centre this summer after being bought up by the PGL brand.

A Suffolk council which has faced criticism from auditors over its financial procedures has co-opted a new member with more than 30 years’ experience in senior roles at the World Bank.

Collection containers have been placed in Woodbridge and Saxmundham to help residents recycle kettles, toasters and hairdryers.

A Suffolk planning authority, whose historic shortcomings have left it vulnerable to developers, appears to have strengthened its position – to the delight of council chiefs.

A world-renowned skateboarder will be training volunteers in Kesgrave ahead of the launch of a new school holiday pop-up skatepark in the town.

It is important that local authorities work together, says Suffolk Coastal District Council.

Multimillion-pound improvements to an independent Suffolk school have been put on hold after questions were raised about the on-site housing development needed to fund the project.

It withstood attacks by Luftwaffe planes during the Second World War – but the future could be uncertain for a Suffolk landmark considered as historically important as the codebreaking headquarters at Bletchley Park.

A four day planning inquiry into controversial plans to build 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave will begin next month, after developers appealed the decision to reject the proposals.

Shoppers in Woodbridge may no longer have to speculate over the future of a high street store left empty since October.

Controversial proposals to turn part of an independent Suffolk school into homes, but also create new sporting facilities, look set to receive the go-ahead from community leaders.

Villagers have spoken with a “conclusive voice” over the need for four communities to have a bypass built if Sizewell C is given the go-ahead.

A district council has taken its four-year fight against plans to build homes in a Suffolk village to the highest court in the land.

The next stage of improvement work to Oak Meadow park in Kesgrave is to begin from Monday –with the new equipment set to be ready in time for the Easter holidays.

Campaigners opposing a housing development on the site of an independent Suffolk school say they hope an upcoming site visit will show planners its likely impact on a conservation area.

Huge strides are being made to convert a Victorian station building into a community hub to serve 11 villages.

Numberplate recognition cameras are set to be installed at two level crossings in Suffolk after more than 230 vehicles were clocked using the crossings when it was unsafe in just one month.

Numberplate recognition cameras are set to be installed at two level crossings in Suffolk after more than 230 vehicles were clocked using the crossings when it was unsafe in just one month.

Valentine’s Day diners in east Suffolk are being advised to “look before you book” and check a business’s food hygiene rating before deciding where to take their date.

Ed Sheeran’s year of triumphs has continued – with a planning appeal victory.

Three Suffolk communities are set to receive greater powers over their future development after electors voted to adopt a key document.

Beach hut owners in Felixstowe are distressed by Suffolk Coastal District Council’s plans to put up rental and administration fees on the huts which, they say, will make the cost prohibitive and force them to sell the huts they have loved, looked after and made their own – over many decades in some cases.

Developers have won permission to convert an empty Suffolk police station into new homes at the third time of asking.

A referendum for members of the community in Great Bealings to vote on a new neighbourhood plan takes place this week.

Hopes of restoring a Suffolk pub into “the heart of the community” have taken another positive stride after owners were granted permission for a village shop and micro-brewery.

Beach hut owners are flocking to sell their seaside idylls and are having to sell for thousands of pounds less than a year ago, it has been claimed.

Three Suffolk communities will decide on whether to adopt an influential document shaping the future of development in their towns and villages.

Campaigners seeking a better deal from Suffolk’s new nuclear power plant have been “heartened” by the county’s firmer stance on the proposals.

A Suffolk garden centre has applied to renew permission granted eight years ago for a block of flats to be built on its land.

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