The number of visitors to Suffolk’s three record offices has plummeted to just half what they were a decade ago, new figures have shown.
Suffolk Coastal and Waveney district councils have eased fears that a merger will mean residents have to travel further for meetings.
Outline plans to build 200 homes in Halesworth are set to get the go ahead tomorrow night as proposals have been recommended for approval.
Councils in east Suffolk will help support entrepreneurs and promote Suffolk as an international destination as part of measures announced in its new economic growth plan.
Lowestoft’s historic buildings will get a new lease of life and a regular market will be restored as part of plans to safeguard the town’s history.
Used nappies, food and glass are among the frequent items wrongly put in recycling bins in Suffolk – and it’s costing the taxpayer more than half a million pounds each year.
Low income homes across Suffolk will benefit from fully funded central heating systems over the next three years after the county was successful in obtaining a £4.3million grant.
Public toilets in Southwold, Beccles, Bungay and Kessingland could be under threat of closure or become pay-loos as part of cost-cutting measures by Waveney District Council.
Good causes across Suffolk have been awarded nearly £800,000 in the latest string of Big Lottery Fund grants this month.
A programme to develop joint facilities between police and fire services in Suffolk which is currently under way could be the beginning of more measures to unite police, fire and ambulance services.
A network of CCTV cameras across Suffolk could help tackle increasing demand on police and counter a downturn in bobbies on the beat.
A jury at the inquest of a grandfather who died while taking part in a go-kart race has concluded that his death was an accident.
Suffolk schools could be hit with an £11.5m funding decrease over the next two years, according to latest estimates from education unions.
Emergency services have been called to the scene of a car having gone into a ditch on the A12 near Darsham
People across Suffolk are being urged to embrace bell ringing and take up the historic pastime – with the aim of every bell tower in Suffolk to be ringing out this November for the Centenary of the Armistice.
Funding for sports and PE at Suffolk primary schools is being doubled as part of a Government drive to tackle childhood obesity.
A film firm tasked with bringing more TV, film and advert productions to Suffolk has surpassed its target number of filming days for its first year in just seven months.
Screen Suffolk bosses have said they are encouraged by the amount of interest shown in youngsters for a career in television and film.
An anti-fraud taskforce working across three Suffolk authorities has stopped more than £4.3million of public money being lost to fraud in the last 12 months, latest figures have shown.
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