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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.

Two Suffolk councils which have controversially invested millions of pounds into out-of-county retail, office and commercial property are set to sign off their investment firm's business plan for the year this week. Here is what they already own:

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.

Demonstrations against the northern bypass have ramped up after campaigners gathered at Suffolk County Council - but a motion for work to cease failed to gain traction.

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.

Staff sickness due to stress, anxiety and depression at two Suffolk councils has more than doubled in just one year, shock new figures reveal.

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.

Fresh fears have been raised over the impact plans to close some of Suffolk's children's centre will have on rural communities - with some areas set to share just one or two centres.

Targets to deliver 98% superfast broadband in Suffolk by 2020 are nearly six months ahead of schedule, a new cabinet report has said.

Questions are to be asked over funding for high street regeneration in Suffolk after the county was snubbed in the latest central government pot of cash.

Serious crashes involving cyclists on the county's roads have soared by 150%, latest data has revealed.

Plans for a major overhaul of children's and family services in Suffolk - which could save up to £1million - are set to be presented for public feedback.

Rising demand for drugs in Suffolk and improved roadside testing are behind increased drug drive arrests in the county, police bosses have said.

Court cases to enforce tenancy agreements have skyrocketed as a result of drug dealing and anti-social behaviour in Ipswich, new data reveals.

Soaring numbers of speeders were clocked on Suffolk's roads, according to latest data - as 11,000 additional incidents were recorded.

An Ipswich school facing issues with attendance and classroom disruption is among the first in the country to win an award for transforming pupil wellbeing.

Public satisfaction in Suffolk's police has continued to fall - prompting calls for more focus on supporting victims of crime.

A final decision on controversial speed limit changes to the A12 near Martlesham will be made later this year, after discussions were pushed back for better proposals to come forward.

Specsavers has been eyeing Ipswich offices vacated by logistics firm DHL a year ago as a new sight test clinic, it has emerged.

Fresh cash has been pledged for communities in Ipswich to tackle the reasons why youngsters turn to drugs, gangs and knife crime - and you can present your ideas on what the town needs.

A £67million flood defence project in Ipswich has won a top award from industry-leading engineers.

Nearly 11,000 homes which have planning permission in two Suffolk districts have yet to be built, it has emerged.

A new multi-million pound freight train maintenance depot has been approved by planners.

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