January 31 2015 Latest news:
A vital meeting to discuss benefit payments to people in south and central Suffolk had to be cancelled after not a single member of Babergh council turned up.
Mark Newman said: “You find one week you have two meetings, the next week you have five and then for a couple of weeks there are no meetings. I’m afraid I had an overdose of meetings – I work full time and I had to get on with that as well.”
The new BBC series Wolf Hall has brought Tudor England – and particularly the activities of Thomas Cromwell in Henry VIII’s court – to a wider audience.
Pupils at a north Essex school hope their competition-winning mobile phone app for reporting bullying will be a national success.
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Work to rebuild the Norwich Road mini-roundabouts is set to start on Monday – with motorists facing 12 weeks of disruption as the junction is rebuilt.
It is fantastic news for Ipswich that the borough council is planning to rebuild the Crown Car Park, which had to be demolished in 2009 because of long-term problems with concrete cancer.
Summer holidays have never been cheap and with the rules about taking children out of class now tighter than ever it is near impossible to bag a bargain getaway.