Plans to cut subsidies for 23 buses in Suffolk have been scrutinised by an MP, who suggests residents of remote areas are disproportionately impacted.
A petition expressing a loss of confidence in Babergh District Council’s handling of controversial homes in Bures has received almost 200 signatures.
CIFCO Capital Ltd, a property acquisition firm set up by Babergh and Mid Suffolk district councils, has come under fire for its investment strategy.
Home Office chiefs who failed to give a single penny to Suffolk to tackle youth violence were branded 'misguided' by the county’s police commissioner.
An appeal into controversial housing plans in Long Melford will be determined by the Secretary of State, it emerged this week.
A new campaign against incoming changes to Suffolk’s school transport policy says it is not too late for the county council to reverse course.
Twenty-three Suffolk bus services are under threat, after a council announced it was axing its subsidy to those routes in cost-cutting measures.
Details of long-term ambitions for new developments in Babergh have been set out, ahead of a meeting to consider the strategy for public consultation.
A Suffolk council, which has had to make belt-tightening cutbacks, ended the last financial year having overspent by £4.4 million.
Education chiefs warn that schools in Suffolk deliberately encouraging poorly-performing pupils to quit school for home education are being monitored.
A 10-year-old from Long Melford, who cares for his mother with multiple sclerosis, was recognised by Number 10 for raising awareness for young carers.
Proposals to return control of Belle Vue Park to Sudbury Town Council have passed their first hurdle.
The MP for South Suffolk claims Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt would be the candidate to deliver on the promise of prosperity after Brexit.
More than 800 children in Suffolk are being taught at home, including eight confirmed cases in one year of schools pressuring parents to home educate.