Suffolk will host the opening stage of the 2019 OVO Energy Women’s Tour for the second year running, bringing in a predicted £3.5 million to the county’s economy.
Motorists are being warned that delays are likely this week as roadworks get under way.
Time capsules are set to be buried at locations across Suffolk next week as part of “an exciting new chapter in Suffolk’s history.”
Suffolk County Council’s budget featuring a 4% council tax rise and a controversial decision to cut Citizens Advice cash has been given the final go-ahead.
A brother and sister are set to open a new residential care home in Beccles next month after more than three years of development on the site.
Leaders tackling drug supplies in Suffolk from larger towns and cities have highlighted some of the signs for people to look out for that a “county line” may be operating on their doorstep.
A Lowestoft road has been described as “an accident waiting to happen” after residents challenged the council to have permit parking put in place.
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Suffolk’s Citizens Advice Bureaux have had their funding restored after the county’s health services stepped in to make up the cash cut being planned by the county council.
Nearly three quarters of Suffolk parents still believe schools in the county should be run on a catchment area system, new survey results have revealed.
Planned cuts to the Citizens Advice grant by Suffolk County Council could result in fewer scams and rogue trader cases being presented to Trading Standards, it has emerged.
The union supporting firefighters in Suffolk has warned the permanent rollout of on-call firefighters featuring just three crew members to all incidents is “dangerous” and “unnecessary”.
Homes vulnerable to flooding could be protected in the future by a 200m wall as part of a major £32.5m scheme.
Homes across Suffolk are set to see their council tax bills rise by around £65 from April, after county council budget proposals were approved.
Hundreds of commuters could be left isolated if the axing of a key rural bus service goes ahead, a transport group has claimed.
Two public hearings will be held next month as stakeholders, businesses and community groups have their say on a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
More than £10million of cutbacks remain in Suffolk County Council’s budget, it has emerged – with controversial plans to phase out Citizens Advice grants still set to go ahead.
Plans have been unveiled to pump up to £45.1million into creating hundreds of special educational needs places in Suffolk, in a bid to meet soaring demand.
Motorists are being warned “delays are likely” as roadworks continue in Lowestoft.
The community have been asked to give their opinion on changes to the Citizens Advice service in Suffolk after proposed cuts to the service.
Almost a year on from the announcement that the historic archives from Lowestoft Record Office were to be moved, historians, heritage authors and campaigners remain united in opposing the proposals.
More than a third of children and young people in Suffolk do less than half an hour of physical activity a day, according to government research.
Relief could soon be in sight for families, staff and motorists on the school run, as new parking improvements may resolve serious traffic problems.
A nursery has reopened its doors just months after being forced to close.
More than £130,000 in funding has been secured as part of an “innovative project” to boost the East Anglian fishing industry.
Families have been forced to spend thousands of pounds just to get the special support their child needs.
Finance chiefs at Suffolk County Council have warned they “don’t have a plan B” if its savings programmes do not generate tens of millions in savings over the next four years.
A consultation has been launched for people to have their say about funding for the Citizens Advice service in Suffolk.
Households in Suffolk could see council tax bills rise by 4.7% next year if the county’s local authorities and police do as the government suggests in its local government settlement.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
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