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A Suffolk town’s former deputy mayor has proposed a vote of no confidence in the council he resigned from and which serving members have branded “broken and dysfunctional”.
An organisation promoting the preservation and development of a Suffolk market town has claimed planners have missed out on a potential six-figure sum of developer contributions.
A new visitor guide has been created for the Shotley Peninsula in a bid to promote an “undiscovered nugget” of Suffolk.
Multi-million pound plans to transform a former Suffolk naval training base into a development with nearly 300 homes, a sports park, shops and a GP surgery have taken another step forward.
Babergh District Council will not be setting up a staffed access point in Hadleigh for residents, but will instead pursue a self-service style facility partnering with an existing organisation.
Work on developing the Chilton Woods area on the edge of Sudbury could start within weeks if Suffolk County Council’s cabinet backs a proposal to start selling land for the scheme.
Plans for the future of Babergh District Council’s former offices in Hadleigh will be unveiled for the first time this month.
Development for the Ipswich Northern Fringe is set to take a step closer on Wednesday as outline plans for nearly 2,000 homes are expected to be approved.
Babergh District Council has the third highest gender pay gap of all local authorities in the country to have submitted their results so far, according to latest figures.
A ‘glamping’ site could be the latest addition to a Suffolk village if a planning application goes ahead.
A number of elderly people living in sheltered accommodation in Holbrook will receive emergency supplies tomorrow after a cancelled oil delivery left them without heating overnight.
Councils in Suffolk have put plans in place to help the most vulnerable in society as temperatures start to drop.
Plans to create a new gallery dedicated to the works of Suffolk artist Thomas Gainsborough reached a new milestone after a formal planning application was lodged.
A signed photograph of Princess Diana – which was given to Babergh District Council on the royal’s visit in 1993 – has been presented to a Sudbury care home.
A deal which is hoped to breathe new life into Suffolk’s only railway pier was agreed today after months of fundraising by the community.
A Suffolk MP inspected a historic pier in his constituency to see the work being undertaken to bring it back into working order.
The community group hoping to save Suffolk’s only railway pier has recruited its MP has a patron.
Residents will be asked for their views on a potential merger between the district councils of Babergh and Mid Suffolk.
Four Suffolk communities have splashed, sprinted and line danced their way to success – scooping the honours in a contest launched to celebrate those going the extra mile.
The long-running saga over plans to build nearly 230 new homes in East Bergholt could be nearing its end after the government refused to call in the proposal.
A historic landmark which played important roles in Suffolk before falling into disrepair is set for a return to use after community fundraising efforts reached a significant milestone.
A Boxford groundsman who found a winning lottery ticket stuffed in his wallet a month after the draw says the windfall “will take a while to sink in”.
A 77-year-old benefit cheating company director who failed to repay the £23,000 he owed since 2014 has finally paid up after spending three days in jail.
The Stour and Orwell Forum 2017 had a recurring theme - the search for balance between potentially conflicting issues on the estuaries.
After rows over new homes in villages across Suffolk and Essex, a new battle is raging over proposals to build seven small houses in what is arguably the region’s most attractive village.
The community project to buy and regenerate the 122-year-old Shotley Pier in Suffolk has welcomed the tax relief options from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Suffolk singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. The 26-year-old, who has achieved untold global fame and helped raise thousands of pounds for charity, will receive an MBE for services to music and charity.
The marquee event was held today amid fears the village will soon resemble a “concrete jungle” due to a planned housing estate.
A Taxi Operator and two drivers from Ipswich have been prosecuted by Babergh District Council for private hire vehicle offences committed in September 2016.
After a decade of delays and setbacks, new plans for more than 1,000 homes in the Sudbury area have been submitted, with a new consultation taking place.