Plans have been submitted for a large new supermarket in the heart of historic Halesworth.
Forty areas across east Suffolk are being allowed to ‘re-wild’ - with weeds, grasses and wildlflowers allowed to grow uncut to attract wildlife.
Thousands more homes for older people will be provided in east Suffolk in the next two decades after community leaders were told they needed to take more action to help the fastest growing sector of the population.
Police in Suffolk received a record number of complaints about people breaching the lockdown rules yesterday – and issued 48 more warnings.
Police issued 40 more warnings on Good Friday to people about breaching the coronavirus lockdown rules.
Up to 750 new affordable homes are set to be provided in east Suffolk over the next three years.