A guide to help teenagers with special educational needs progress into adulthood has been published as part of a major revamp of provision in Suffolk.
A man has expressed his gratitude for the remarkable help he has received from villagers and friends in a quest to win custody of his grandchildren.
Experts behind a new mental health plan in Suffolk say a widespread culture change is needed, and urged all health bosses to get behind the proposals.
A council-owned investment firm, which has come under fire for acquiring sites outside Suffolk, could borrow another £50m to invest in more property.
More than £10 million of cutbacks remain in Suffolk County Council’s budget – with plans to phase out Citizens Advice grants still set to go ahead.
Opposition councillors have criticised a council’s decision to continue outsourcing refuse collections to a private company.
A funding pot, which generated more than £10 million for regeneration projects across Suffolk, will not continue next year, it has emerged.
Babergh is set to face a further four years of tax rises – as the district braces itself for the “most difficult time financially” it has ever seen.
The MP for South Suffolk has warned that Parliament would be “heading for a terrible impasse”, should it fail to reach a consensus on the Brexit deal.
Unison has increased its pressure on Suffolk County Council, after members rejected a plan to make savings with mandatory unpaid leave for its staff.
The use of drones to tackle rural crime in south Suffolk has been hailed by an MP as an example of the technology’s positive impact on society.
The MP for South Suffolk says a Commons vote on the Brexit deal should not be postponed any longer, stating the uncertainty is damaging to businesses.
Proposals for a three per cent council tax rise in Babergh are being discussed today, as the authority seeks to address ongoing funding pressures.