During a lively debate televised on ITV on Monday, sixth form students quizzed four parliamentary candidates on their political party’s manifestos.
The Suffolk Free Press has offered every candidate a chance to outline their pitch for your vote and what they pledge to do if elected.
Voters have a chance to quiz the prospective parliamentary candidates for South Suffolk at a hustings event at St John's Methodist Church next week.
According to the Babergh District Council's homelessness team, the authority is still relying on temporary housing in B&Bs and bedsits in Suffolk.
Pleas to address safety fears at a five-way junction have intensified – more than seven months after a formal request for improvements was submitted.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is contacting all candidates across the county, asking what they will do to address the issues local firms are facing.
A task force has been formed across four Suffolk councils in a bid to come up with ideas to support the county’s Citizens Advice centres.
A former district councillor has warned that urgent action is needed to address a rise in rough sleepers in Sudbury.
Nominations for prospective Parliamentary candidates (PPCs) in next month’s general election closed yesterday afternoon.
Ipswich councillor Elizabeth Hughes has stood twice before as a Labour Party candidate in general elections.
David Beavan has been chosen as the Liberal Democrat candidate for the upcoming general election, after the previous selection withdrew his candidacy.
The measures look set to put more parking wardens on the streets and end the “wild west” situation in some of the county’s problem spots.