A councillor has resigned from the Conservative party following the expulsion of Waveney District Council’s deputy leader over an alleged Islamophobic comment.
A district and county councillor who allegedly said it was “unbelievable” Sadiq Khan had been elected mayor of London has been expelled from the Conservative party.
Suffolk County Council’s decision to close the Lowestoft Record Office will come under renewed scrutiny after a deal was struck at a council meeting.
A Conservative councillor who was suspended from the party after allegedly posting Islamphobic comments on Facebook has apologised.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
The leader of Suffolk County Council set out his priorities for Waveney at an event in the centre of Lowestoft.
The application process for community groups and organisations to get project and activity funding has opened.
The dream of Lowestoft’s long-awaited third crossing is moving a step closer to reality as the first formal planning application is lodged.
A new shadow authority to oversee the formal creation of the new East Suffolk Council has elected its first leader.
A new leader has been appointed to the opposition Labour group on Waveney District Council.
Touching tributes have been paid to a long-serving councillor, who played a prominent role in the community and will be “deeply missed.”
Nearly half of the councillors in east Suffolk will lose their seats at the next election – as the area’s two main authorities merge into one unit.
Suffolk County Council leader Colin Noble is facing the fight of his political life after being challenged for the top job by fellow cabinet member Matthew Hicks.
Suffolk leader Colin Noble has provoked a furious reaction from other council leaders in the county over his attempt to restart the unitary authority debate.
The iconic Beccles bell tower reopened to the public for the first time since renovation work was completed.
The prospect of a single council running all services in Suffolk is today back on the political agenda with county leader Colin Noble commissioning a new report.
The police element of council tax bills in Suffolk is to go up by 6.8 per cent – £9.30 a year for Band B properties – after the rise was backed by the official watchdog.
Waveney councillors have voted to award themselves a 28.6pc allowance increase following a recommendation from an independent panel.
A councillor has told how his public position enabled him to overcome depression and restore his self-esteem after he lost his vision and was left unable to work.
Plans for the £16m redevelopment of a world leading marine science agency have been unanimously approved, securing 500 jobs in the process.
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