Suffolk councils have received nearly £6 million in emergency cash from central Government in the latest settlement – but bosses warn more is needed.
The plan is to be completed by the end of 2021 to begin supporting families, after it emerged 1,500 more pupils were claiming free school meals.
Work to ratify neighbourhood plans in localities across south Suffolk have faced major disruption, as attention is diverted to the ongoing pandemic.
Issues like home schooling, special educational needs and school transport have prompted calls for a new council committee to drill into the issues.
Babergh District Council confirmed it is working with Suffolk Police to investigate whether the development has breached any wildlife protection laws.
Taxi firms campaigned against the changes to the fares structure, arguing the changes would cause confusion and actually leave some drivers worse off.
More tree planting, new electric vehicle charging points and new solar farms are among measures in a plan to make Babergh carbon neutral by 2030.
Balance Power Projects is seeking planning permission to construct a gas-powered electricity reserve facility on the Chilton Industrial Estate.
Questions have been raised about whether the old pool site could be repurposed as green space, or if a hotel is better suited to another location.
Clare McGlasham, who organised the demonstration at Tye Green in Glemsford, said she was overwhelmed by the level of support.
The incident that led to the death of 46-year-old George Floyd, which was captured by video footage, has sparked widespread protests across the world.
The plan, which outlines suitable areas of development up to 2036, was meant to be adopted in February 2020, but delays meant that target has passed.
Babergh District Council has employed a property investment strategy, but the Treasury says it wants local authorities to end this practice.
Problems with a Government food voucher programme has left some schools putting in place their own free school meal schemes to ensure pupils were fed.
Education leaders in Suffolk are expecting that pupils will have made different levels of progress during lockdown.
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