Crowds of concerned parents have voiced their concerns at Suffolk County council's proposed closure of a Woodbridge children's centre.
Children in Ipswich are being encouraged to get out and about and search for the Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk Learning Herd this summer.
Calls have been made by education champions in Suffolk to bring poorly performing academies back under council control.
Readers have had their say about whether Ipswich's Civic Drive junction should go back to being a roundabout.
Questions are being raised over the escalating cost of three highways projects in Suffolk.
Plans to establish a country park at Foxhall Road landfill site near Ipswich are set to be pushed back for at least another 17 years it has emerged.
The search has been launched to find this year's Stars of Suffolk - the ordinary people who do extraordinary things in the county.
A family spent thousands of pounds fighting a legal battle to get their son's special education needs met after claiming Suffolk officials tried to block them "every step of the way".
Fresh questions are being raised over Suffolk County Council's ambition to become the greenest county while it is investing millions of pounds in pension funds in fossil fuel companies.
Calls for Suffolk County Council to formally adopt a policy backing the break-up of the region's mental health trust have failed to win support.
A damning report into the treatment of a young girl and her family has found "fault and injustice" by three agencies involved in her care.
A group of travellers have been kicked off land at the entrance to a Suffolk village after setting up camp almost four months ago.
Senior officers across Suffolk's ailing special educational needs service are to be held to account for its failings, it has emerged.
Failing to back calls to form a dedicated task force for improving outcomes of Suffolk's girls has been dubbed a "major step backwards for gender equality".
As figures reveal that Suffolk ranks among the worst areas in the country for unauthorised school absences, we ask the question - have you ever taken your child out of school during term time?
A "culture of change" is to be brought about at Suffolk schools as part of a drive to improve the mental wellbeing of children.
Health checks for 40 to 74-year-olds are on the rise again following concerns that confusion over new GDPR laws was causing fewer people to take them up.
An enforcement notice has been served on a Suffolk council which failed to tidy up its litter-riddled land - despite weeks of warnings by the neighbouring authority.
Ambitious proposals to close part of the road system around Ipswich waterfront could be back on the table as part of a bid to revitalise the town - but politicians at the county council still have to be convinced that scheme could work.
Former pupils of a Suffolk primary school are delighted after they got to build a £2.2m classroom facility for it.
Parents have reacted angrily after it emerged a special needs forum praised for its "powerful and influential voice" has been refused access to a crisis meeting with government leaders.
Suffolk's pothole blight has been described as a "poor advert for our county" as latest figures show the council spends the least on pothole repair in East Anglia.
A vow has been made that "lessons are learned" over a multi-million pound bridge scheme in Ipswich which was canned when costs dramatically escalated.
Suffolk businesses have received nearly half the amount allocated to Norfolk in two regional grant pots, latest data has revealed.
Calls have been made for Norfolk and Suffolk's under-fire mental health trust to be split up, so it can provide a better focus for each county.
Protestors and two Suffolk councils joined forces in calling for more information from EDF on its proposals to build a new multi-million pound nuclear power plant at Sizewell.
Our arts editor finds out more about this brand new event on the town's Waterfront
A task force has been set up to improve support for people who have experienced childhood traumas in a bid to prevent long-term reliance on health services into adulthood.
The number of compensation claims linked to potholes and damaged road surfaces in Suffolk in 2018 more than doubled on the year before, new figures reveal.
The Home Secretary is being urged to review the case of a failed asylum seeker in Suffolk fighting to stay in Britain to protect her nine-year-old daughter from female genital mutilation (FGM).