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Recently retired council staff in East Suffolk could be drafted in to help with post-Brexit problems at the Port of Felixstowe.

Claims by two Suffolk councils that they now have a five year housing land supply have been described as "too little too late".

A fresh vision for three Suffolk towns is to be drawn up as councils aim to help develop their culture, business and economy.

A planned housing estate in Fornham All Saints could be increased from 250 homes to 330.

Proposals for a 2,700-home garden village near Ipswich will have a "catastrophic" impact on traffic and the environment, according to a local councillor.

Fresh controversy has emerged over a £66,000 report on housing in Suffolk after it emerged a think tank commissioned to do the work had gone into administration just days before the publication.

The £25million revamp of Ipswich Hospital has moved a step closer with a planning application being formally submitted.

One of the county's most prominent theatres has been boosted by a £96,000 grant which will be used to develop stories from the heart of rural Suffolk.

Public backlash over plans to re-route a key Martlesham bus service has resulted in a U-turn by operators.

The University of Suffolk has issued guidance to A-level students who may need to apply for a university place through Clearing today.

A significant payout of taxpayer cash could be needed for homes at the Martlesham police headquarters site to be developed, it has emerged.

Bus passengers in Martlesham have voiced their anger at changes to one of its key services - with the possibility of demonstrations next week.

Fears have been raised in Martlesham that not enough consideration has been given to existing motorists and communities over proposed changes to the A12.

Three mental health teams are set to be created which will go into schools and offer mental health support, thanks to a £2million cash boost.

Two Ipswich cab drivers have had their licences suspended as a result of separate serious incidents.

Additional parking restrictions and traffic orders are set to be pursued to crack down on vehicles illegally driving in pedestrian zones.

Council chiefs have agreed to pursue the purchase of a former town pub that was brought to the verge of collapse from poor building work.

A 2pc rise in taxi fares is set to take effect in Ipswich this autumn.

Proposals to ban the use of floating lanterns and balloons in Ipswich parks have been given the green light.

Fresh measures to safeguard the environment have been agreed by a Suffolk council, with wildlife corridors added to the green agenda.

The number of councillors at a Suffolk authority looks set to reduce by five in the face of calls for the numbers to be increased.

The first bands for a brand new music festival in Ipswich have been announced, aiming to promote the town as a destination for touring bands.

Two Suffolk towns have received a fresh boost as full fibre broadband projects are to be extended to almost every home and business under multi-billion pound plans.

Fresh criticism has been levelled at school transport bosses after new data revealed parents of more than 1,000 Suffolk children were still waiting to hear about provision just weeks before term.

Use of balloons and Chinese floating lanterns look set to be banned in Ipswich parks in a bid to ease environmental concerns.

Nearly £4.5million in tenancy and Right to Buy fraud has been stopped in Ipswich and East Suffolk in the last year, shock new figures reveal.

Fresh measures are to be considered to crack down on illegal driving in pedestrian areas of Ipswich town centre - with bollards, barriers and traffic orders among the options on the table.

Two PCSOs funded by a Suffolk council have been hailed for their efforts after issuing dozens of speeding warnings, well over 200 parking tickets and more than 30 drug supply referrals.

The business plan for fresh investment in retail, office and commercial property has been approved by two Suffolk councils - with £50million set to be pumped into properties this year.

With new Prime Minister Boris Johnson getting to work on his ambitious vision for the country, fresh questions have been raised over what that means for Suffolk.

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