Residents are being urged to register to vote so they can have their say in a crucial set of upcoming Suffolk elections.
Nominations open today for candidates planning to stand in this year's local council elections on May 2.
More than £100million in savings have been made by Suffolk's councils in the last four years, it has been revealed, as the extent of funding pressures on the county has been revealed.
Cash-strapped councils in Suffolk and Essex have sold off millions of pounds' worth of assets including schools, care homes, farms and community buildings.
Businesses set in Suffolk's most rural backwaters are set to get superfast broadband access thanks a £1.725m government windfall.
A total of 16 people sleeping rough in Suffolk died over the last five years, according to new figures from the government - with seven of those deaths in Ipswich.
Suffolk County Council spent almost £95,000 over the last three years on awards events to recognise people in the county according to new figures from the Taxpayers' Alliance.
More companies were formed in Suffolk in 2018 than in any previous year, figures show.
The number of rough sleepers across Suffolk and Essex has decreased, new government figures have shown.
The Babergh district has been voted one of the best 30 places in the UK to live in an annual quality of life survey.
The value of Suffolk's housing stock out performed the national average and grew by 3.8% in 2018 despite Brexit fears slowing the UK market, according to analysis from property expert Savills.
Staff at a Bury St Edmunds home and gift shop are celebrating after their window display was judged to be the most festive in town.