Challenging new targets have been set for schools by Suffolk County Council as part of the renewal of the Raising The Bar project for another two years.
A teenager accused of aggravated vehicle taking has been given “one last chance” to have a pre-sentence report prepared on him by the probation service before he is sentenced next month.
The number of reported sex offences against children has risen in Suffolk, new figures have revealed.
A motorist was arrested after their vehicle came off the road and ended up in a ditch.
Suffolk County Council could be given new powers to fine utility companies who dig up major roads causing rush-hour traffic chaos in a new move by the government.
A man who bombarded his ex partner with 100 unpleasant text messages and missed calls has been jailed for four-and-a-half months.
Question marks have been raised over the strength of Visit Suffolk’s campaigns to attract visitors to the county, as those funding it fail to commit to cash beyond March next year.
Suffolk’s library service has a new chief executive after Bruce Leeke took over from Alison Wheeler, who has taken early retirement six years after setting up the new organisation.
Children in Suffolk who grow up in areas that have the greatest literacy challenges are also likely to live much shorter lives than their peers, the first study of its kind has shown.
Suffolk County Council hopes to have a new full-time chief executive appointed by Easter.
A man suffered cuts on his head during an attack with a plastic pole, a court has heard.
A drug dealer who hid more than 200 wraps of crack cocaine in his anus has been given a suspended prison sentence.
A homeless teenager who left a 17-year-old youth in tears after robbing him of his £650 mobile phone has walked free from court.
Suffolk County Council’s element of tax bills is to go up by just under five per cent from April – contributing to a rise of about £60 for occupants of the “average” home in the county.
A Lowestoft woman who stabbed her partner seven times with a knife during a row in the home they shared has walked free from court.
Suffolk taxpayers are being forced to pay over the odds for policing due to an unfair funding formula, which has left the system at “breaking point”, an MP has warned.
Staff at Suffolk County Council had almost 7,000 days off work due to stress last year – at a cost of more than £750,000 to the taxpayer.
Former pupils at Suffolk schools and sixth form colleges are joining a scheme to inspire pupils into higher education.
Almost half of 15-year-olds in Suffolk are researching anorexia online and a third are using the Internet to view self-harm sites, according to an annual survey into online safety.
The bad odour that has been hanging over homes in Southwold for months is a product of septic sewage, Anglian Water has confirmed.
Union bosses in Suffolk have warned that a “radical reformation” is needed in education as latest figures have revealed that numbers locally taking up teaching have more than halved in three years.
Suffolk’s Chamber of Commerce says the Government has not been ambitious enough with its plans for superfast broadband in the county – and want to see download speeds 10 times as fast by the end of the decade.
A troubled Suffolk council has been officially warned about its failings for the third successive year – prompting calls for “someone to get a grip” and resolve the problems.
Instances of inappropriate behaviour by staff at Suffolk police and fire services over the last three years have emerged – but not all have resulted in any action being taken.
NHS Blood and Transplant is urging people to sign up as a blood donor for their New Year’s resolution in 2018, joining the 1,659 new donor registrations in 2017.
A Suffolk MP is keeping up the pressure on bosses at Lloyds Bank, which is set to close two north Suffolk branches next year.
Suffolk County Council is preparing to launch a recruitment campaign for full-time firefighters in the New Year – the first time it has actively been seeking new recruits for several years.
Most of the £450million promised to police next year will have to come from forces putting up their share of council tax bills.
Council tax payers could see their bill rise further in April after the government eased the cap on rises.
A 23-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving following a crash in Lowestoft.
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