If you’ve ever been frustrated by struggling to see the directions on a dirty Suffolk road sign, don’t be too surprised – the county council spends just over £1 per sign per year on keeping them up to scratch.

As the public consultation into controversial plans to reform school transport goes live today, officials at Suffolk County Council insist that they are listening to the concerns of parents and teachers.

Suffolk County Council has backed the plight of more than 34,000 women in Suffolk who have lost out in changes to pension contributions.

Suffolk is hoping to take part in a pilot scheme which will reduce plastic waste and save thousands of pounds for the council.

Suffolk County councillor Gordon Jones has defended his decision to not declare his position as a non-executive director of an academy trust ahead of a meeting discussing controversial changes to school transport.

An “appalling” 85 drivers still have licences despite reaching or exceeding the 12 penalty point automatic ban threshold.

Suffolk Constabulary has launched its latest campaign to help people in the county stay safe this festive season.

More than 400 pupils were treated to some hands-on science at a special all-day event.

Residents of villages near Southwold fear that a huge new gravel quarry could be created in the middle of a protected area near one of Suffolk’s most important nature reserves.

There is no sign of an end to years of council austerity – and no indication of when authorities might be able to ease up on the quest for more cuts.

Scores of motorists are facing fines, points on their licences, or the prospect of special training after “dicing with death” on railway level crossings in Suffolk.

A charity run care home in a Suffolk town with one of the UK’s eldest populations is opening to day-care visitors to help combat isolation.

A former boss of St John Ambulance has been appointed as the new chief executive for Suffolk Libraries.

Suffolk is preparing to increase its element of council tax bills by nearly five per cent from April as the authority continues to wrestle with the effects of austerity.

Children’s services in Suffolk have been rated as among the best in the country by Ofsted.

Winners of a photography competition launched to raise awareness of hearing loss are being rewarded by having their work featured in a 2018 charity calendar.

“I love pantomime and hearing the children laughing – the special thing about pantomime is the audience.”

Girls in Suffolk are being encouraged to take up the beautiful game as part of the FA’s Girls Football Week.

A woman, who was allegedly raped and assaulted by a Lowestoft man she met on the Plenty of Fish dating website, rang her sister in a “terrible state,” a court has heard.

The trial of a Lowestoft man accused of sexually assaulting a schoolgirl will take place in April next year.

A woman who was allegedly raped and assaulted by a Suffolk man she met on the Plenty of Fish dating website broke down in tears while she was being questioned about the allegations yesterday (Tuesday).

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