The Suffolk School Bus Campaign claims data released under the Freedom of Information Act contradicts the county council’s previous statements.
A former district councillor has called a consultation into the future of Belle Vue House in Sudbury “a sop”.
The Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for South Suffolk says he wants to be a strong voice for the ongoing battle against climate change.
Stressed parents have called for a review of Suffolk’s school transport policy, after describing their anxiety over the first few weeks of term.
Every council in Suffolk bar one charge more than the national average for brown bin collections, it has been revealed.
The Conservative Party’s hold on Babergh District Council has been dealt another blow, after two prominent members defected to serve as independents.
The council leadership says the new name would create parity with neighbouring authorities, while removing confusion caused by the current title.
John Ward discusses Borehamgate, Delphi, traffic issues and the Local Plan.
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 a Suffolk market town is to be drawn up, as the district council aim to help develop their culture, business and economy.
Sudbury Town Council passed a resolution stating that any planning application for a hotel should be on the site of the current Belle Vue House.
Parent campaigners against controversial changes to school transport have vowed to keep up the pressure on under-fire education chiefs.
James Cartlidge said while he had reservations about prorogation, he felt the move simplified the position “that was always the reality before us”.
A controversial housing development in Bures St Mary has won planning approval – a little over a year after the previous application was rejected.