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Babergh council installs pop-up access point at Hadleigh Library

Babergh council installs pop-up access point at Hadleigh Library

Babergh council installs pop-up access point at Hadleigh Library

A pop-up customer access point is being installed in Hadleigh to provide residents with weekly support and advice.


Sudbury councillor questions feasibility of town regeneration plans

Sudbury councillor questions feasibility of town regeneration plans

Sudbury councillor questions feasibility of town regeneration plans

A town councillor has criticised future plans to revitalise Sudbury, branding them as misleading.


South Suffolk MP seeks farmers' views on post-Brexit agricultural bill

South Suffolk MP seeks farmers' views on post-Brexit agricultural bill

South Suffolk MP seeks farmers' views on post-Brexit agricultural bill

The South Suffolk MP wants farmers' views on the future of agriculture after Brexit, as a proposed bill is set for a second reading in Parliament.


Suffolk County Council's budget set for cuts of £25m next year

Suffolk County Council's budget set for cuts of £25m next year

Suffolk County Council's budget set for cuts of £25m next year

Cutbacks of £25 million are set to be made in the county council’s budget next year, finance chiefs have warned.


Parents in crisis as many Suffolk children face losing free travel to catchment school

Parents in crisis as many Suffolk children face losing free travel to catchment school

Parents in crisis as many Suffolk children face losing free travel to catchment school

Fears about Suffolk school transport cuts have re-ignited, after many parents learned their children will lose free travel to their catchment school.

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Clare councillor steps down from district council cabinet due to family bereavement

Clare councillor steps down from district council cabinet due to family bereavement

Clare councillor steps down from district council cabinet due to family bereavement

A long-serving Clare councillor says his decision to stand down from St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s cabinet was due to a family bereavement.


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