Two families in Lowestoft have described the heartbreaking struggle to get suitable education for their children who require SEN provision, after seeing them wait months to start school.
Suffolk primary schools have excluded a higher proportion of pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or receiving Free School Meals (FSM) than anywhere else in the country, according to new figures from the county’s Labour group.
The trial of a 23-year-old man accused of murdering Lowestoft father Scott Tarrant is expected to take place in January.
A pledge has been made to invest more in body cameras amid a rise in the number of attacks on officers.
Walkers and cyclists are being invited to explore Suffolk to raise money to help preserve the county’s churches.
Suffolk’s tourism trade has seen its biggest boom for a decade – with the visitor economy reaching the £2 billion mark for the first time.
Fun and entertaining events for the family and a variety of musicians will be showcased at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield.
A popular sculpture trail is returning to Norfolk this year, showcasing environmental issues through artists’ work.
Were you inspired by the work of David Attenborough’s Blue Planet Two? Here is how you can get involved with cleaning our beaches and walking in his footsteps.
Closing Suffolk magistrates’ courts has “undermined” the justice system, a report claims.
Intensive care beds at an Ipswich mental health ward are likely to stay closed until the autumn, it can be revealed.
Suffolk’s police officers expect to be tested to the limit this week as a trio of events combine to bring more pressures on an already stretched workforce.
Organisers of the award-winning Latitude music festival say they have improved their traffic plans for this year – doing even more to ease congestion around and through villages en route.
A man, who kicked another man in the head while he was lying unconscious on the floor of an Ipswich nightclub, has been jailed for 10 months.
Nearly £20,000 has been spent on flights by Suffolk County Council (SCC) since 2015, new figures have revealed.
Thousands of homes across Suffolk sit empty despite a national shortage in housing, new figures reveal.
Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) has revealed no intention of weighing in on fire service business, despite government assent for more collaboration on decision making.
A formal challenge has been lodged against plans to cut back on free school transport in Suffolk.
A major review of how Suffolk’s roads are maintained was launched yesterday with the county’s new highways chief claiming that there are “improvements that can and must be made”.
Divisive plans to make cuts on free school transport in Suffolk have been given the go-ahead – but proposals for the decision to be reassessed have already been voiced.
A Lowestoft police officer has been nominated for a national bravery award.
Mandatory training to make sure taxi drivers are “fit and proper” has been agreed in Waveney.
People across Suffolk are being asked for their views on proposals for sand and gravel quarrying at 10 sites over the next decade.
National and regional education bosses will join up with Suffolk County Council to form an action plan improving under-performing academies, it has been revealed.
Thousands of pupils were missing from Suffolk’s schools each day during the first term of this school year – with one in five absences unauthorised.
Potholes, children’s centres and community safety are among some of the key issues being raised by people at meet and greet events, according to the county council.
A new £70,000 fire simulator is set to revolutionise the way the brigade educates youngsters on safety, bosses have said.
A Conservative councillor has been suspended after he allegedly posted Islamophobic comments about the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan on Facebook.
A new tool for dating archaeological sites in Suffolk is being funded by Historic England, it has been revealed.
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