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A programme to turn around Suffolk’s special education needs (SEN) provision has been outlined – with an “innovative” pilot set to spearhead the measures.
More than £1million in cash for key projects in north Suffolk has moved a step closer after getting the council’s backing.
Millions of pounds of cutbacks for council services in Suffolk next year have been revealed – with homes facing further council tax rises for the next three years.
Insurance payouts for vehicle damage caused by potholes in Suffolk has soared by more than double in the last year, shock new figures have revealed.
An east Suffolk village deemed to have special historic and architectural significance has been given Conservation Area status to help protect its future.
Suffolk Libraries is highlighting the impact reading can have on tackling loneliness, dementia and mental health problems, following new research.
Good causes across west Suffolk will find out if their bids for council grant funding have been successful this month, with thousands of pounds set to be dished out to projects.
People across east Suffolk are being urged to consider standing for election for 2019 as two district councils merge.
A market is not set to close despite footfall struggles, council leaders have insisted as they unveiled a series of fresh measures outlined to boost the number of customers.
Developers behind divisive plans to build 2,700 homes to the east of Ipswich have said a ‘garden village’ style development is the key to Suffolk’s housing needs instead of extending small market towns.
Recommendations for the future of Bury St Edmunds’ Christmas Fayre have been slammed as “devoid of ambition” – with calls made to start 2020’s event from scratch.
The Labour group at Babergh District Council has launched the Keep Babergh Tidy campaign to tackle littering, encourage recycling and urge other green measures.
Concerns have been raised over plans to increase the subscription for garden waste collection in West Suffolk, with fears that homes could be hit with more frequent price hikes.
“Chronic underfunding” of education by the government has been blamed for a council’s overspending on children’s services.
Fears have been raised that free parking could be lost in Suffolk’s towns if responsibility for enforcing parking transfers from police to local councils.
A bid for a new free school on Ipswich’s 3,500-home Northern Fringe development has been turned down by Westminster education chiefs, claiming there was not enough evidence a school was needed there.
Proposals have been submitted by Suffolk’s education team for a new special school in the county, amid a “crisis” in special education needs provision.
Parking passes could be trialled in a town centre in a bid to support businesses in Lowestoft.
A new scheme to help prevent bed blocking in Suffolk is set to get the green light this month.
Annual charges for brown bin collections in west Suffolk could be set to increase from next year.
Fresh plans for the Homebase store in Warren Heath has raised questions over the future of the site after confirmation the store would be one that is closing.
Fresh concerns have been raised over Suffolk County Council’s overspend, as opposition groups warn it is struggling to stay afloat.
Councils in west Suffolk are set to commit to running the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre for another three years.
A government department is facing criticism after it took four months to respond to Suffolk’s councils about a key parking issue.
Questions have been raised over house building in Mid Suffolk, as a drive to build more homes in the district is being planned.
Ipswich is “doing its level best” to recycle as much waste as possible it has been claimed, as new figures reveal below expected targets.
Fresh attractions have been announced for one of the country’s top Christmas festivals held in Suffolk, as event bosses confirm additional security will also be on hand.
Major plans to transform an empty former dairy plant in Ipswich into a new retail, leisure and commercial site have been revealed by developers.
Highways England undoubtedly has an uphill task when it is faced with both a decision to close the bridge in high winds and how it mitigates the impact of that.
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