Dozens of referrals are turned down every day
Walks are promoted to benefit health and welbeing and increase activity
Music, food and street entertainers were all on offer
More than 100 positions are available at Haverhill logistics company
Police appeal for witness to crash
GCSE results place school among the top ten per cent in the country
Suffolk folklore combines with paganism in new comic book
Business advice and networking opportunities at Baythorne Hall
Several activities are being transferred to sites within the EU
Police investigation into stabbing continues
Multi-agency approach helps reduce all crime by 23 per cent
Raid carried out as part of Operation Velocity
Scheme being opened up to all of Suffolk after initially piloting in six communities
Matt Hancock MP takes over as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Customer support during centre's changes has been good, says its manager
A new £7 million state-of-the-art cancer treatment centre has opened in Newmarket
Resident's car was written off after all four suspension arms were damaged
The plans will now be put on hold and reviewed by the Scrutiny Committee on July 9.
The council voted in favour of school transport cuts, which will be phased in from September 2019.
The council's decision will now be reviewed by the monitoring officer
Mr Hancock has been promoted in the wake of a series of cabinet resignations today.
Impressive manifesto sees Kathiravan elected
Seven members voted against referring the decision back to cabinet, meaning that cuts will go ahead from September 2019.
Trust comes top of the Eastern region and eighth in the country
Andy Hunter was the 'outstanding' candidate