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Halesworth could be in line for 190 new homes if plans to develop farmland are approved.
Suffolk County Council will review its contract commissioning and procurement of services in a bid to help prevent modern slavery.
If the Kiss and Tell exhibition at Christchurch Mansion wasn’t wonderful enough, Ipswich has now got a second must-see show. writes David Ellesmere, leader of Ipswich Borough Council.
Colchester MP Will Quince has quit his position as ministerial aide over the Government’s EU withdrawal agreement.
A string of complaints from homes and businesses in Ipswich has prompted Tories to call for a purge of the town’s growing rat problem, it has emerged.
Plans to build 41 homes on the former Needham Market Middle School site have raised fresh concerns from neighbours who say the proposals are much different to those originally proposed.
Enthusiastic anti-Brexit campaigners were out in force in Ipswich today, encouraging others to speak out about the controversial plans being put forward by PM Theresa May.
Parents in Mid Suffolk who gave birth to a newborn in 2018 are being encouraged to plant a free tree in celebration.
Additional maternity and paternity leave has been pledged for Suffolk County Council staff following the birth of a premature baby.
The news that Ipswich Borough Assets has spent £23.3m on buying Beardmore Park in Martlesham Heath to provide an investment income stream has provoked many comments over the last week.
Last week we received a report snappily-entitled “Fossilised Villages” from the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) looking at the plight of communities where services had diminished as populations fell.
The Four Gateways artwork on the Ipswich Cornhill has certainly provoked a strong reaction on social media since it was revealed to the world at the end of last week.
I have thought this several times over the last few years – but the last 10 days have been among the most surreal I’ve ever seen in British politics.
I’m a lover of nature – and of the animals that share this planet with us.
Things are getting tight at Suffolk County Council – and next year’s budget is going to be even more challenging than it has faced this year.
When Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond stood up to deliver his Budget speech last week, much was made of his heralding the “end of austerity.”
So after nine months’ work and £3.6m the new-look Ipswich Cornhill is finally open to the public again. But has it all been worth it?
Chancellor Philip Hammond had a bit to say on the state of our town and city centres this week as he announced his budget.
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