The day to day experience for parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) has yet to change more than six months after a damning report, according to campaigners.
A cash-strapped Suffolk council which has already been forced to make severe cutbacks is facing a seven figure black hole in its school spending, it has emerged.
Eight new problem-solving groups are to be formed across East Suffolk after fears the merger of two councils would mean grassroots issues being forgotten.
Suffolk's education chief has said he has apologised to parents who have been directly in touch with him over school transport problems.
Council bosses are hopeful that the First Light Festival can return to Lowestoft next year, and have agreed to put up to £200,000 into organising its return.
A bid to build a community hall in Worlingham has been given a £149,000 boost by council chiefs.
Reduced cutting and chemical use on grass and hedges in two Suffolk towns is to get underway after proposals were given the green light.
A £3.5billion cash injection planned for schools across England is 'too little too late', according to a Suffolk union.
A trial to reduce cutting and chemical use on grass and hedges in two Suffolk towns is to be agreed next week as the first step in a series of green measures.
Fresh controversy has emerged over a £66,000 report on housing in Suffolk after it emerged a think tank commissioned to do the work had gone into administration just days before the publication.
Three mental health teams are set to be created which will go into schools and offer mental health support, thanks to a £2million cash boost.
The number of councillors at a Suffolk authority looks set to reduce by five in the face of calls for the numbers to be increased.
Two Suffolk towns have received a fresh boost as full fibre broadband projects are to be extended to almost every home and business under multi-billion pound plans.
Nearly £4.5million in tenancy and Right to Buy fraud has been stopped in Ipswich and East Suffolk in the last year, shock new figures reveal.
With new Prime Minister Boris Johnson getting to work on his ambitious vision for the country, fresh questions have been raised over what that means for Suffolk.
More than £150million in pension funds at a Suffolk council are to be put into a dedicated pot investing in climate-aware companies, it has emerged.
Three Suffolk councils have vowed to tackle climate change in the county after declaring a state of climate emergency.
A crackdown on bad parking outside schools is being planned across Suffolk.
Free council services such as libraries, archive access and recycling centres are not being eyed for charges to be introduced, finance chiefs have said.
Parents have raised fresh questions about controversial changes to school transport, as some families say they will not find out if their child has a solution until just days before school starts.
Suffolk Highways has teamed up with a Finnish AI company on a pilot aiming to better assess the state of the county's roads.
Suffolk's fire service is to review its response to road traffic collisions, it has been confirmed.
As many as 12 councillors could be lost at Suffolk County Council when the next local elections are held in 2021 in a bid to save more than £128,000 a year.
A scheme to enable volunteers to carry out low level highways work has already seen towns and parishes start work just weeks after being launched.
A senior council group leader has publicly apologised to a Labour party colleague who had complained she had been bullied by her.
Climate change protestors who staged a dramatic 'die-in' protest outside a Suffolk council have called on bosses to "act now" on its environmental pledges.
Tourism bosses in Bury St Edmunds are hoping for a big boost to the town's visitors, after the release date for Armando Iannucci's new Suffolk-filmed flick has been announced.
A task force is to be created in September at a Suffolk council to come up with measures to make the authority carbon neutral in the next decade.
Suffolk County Council's cabinet approved the new model for specialist speech and language education at its Tuesday meeting, which will focus on earlier intervention.
Plans to shake-up children's centre provision in Suffolk will go to the public from September, after it was agreed for consultation this afternoon.