I never thought a road would transform my life - but five years on, I have to admit the dualling of the A11 really has been the route to happiness.
Suffolk councils are spending hundreds of thousands of pounds to pay for security and upkeep of former schools, council offices and other commerical properties.
A trial to tackle potholes in Ipswich more swiftly has been so successful that it is due to be rolled out across the whole county this summer, highways chiefs have confirmed.
Suffolk's fleet of gritting lorries are set to roll onto the streets of the county with personalised names next winter, after youngsters were given the chance to name the trucks.
The new boss at the region's failing mental health trust has admitted he hears about the service's disastrous radical redesign "most days" as he set out his plans to turn fortunes around.
Prince William has spoken of how he was left with a "very depressing" feeling when dealing with families losing their loved ones during his time as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot.
A long-term vision for Suffolk is set to be created in a bid to address some of the key challenges expected in the next 30 years.
Average pay for people in one Suffolk district has fallen by more than £1,000 in just 12 months, it has emerged.
The scale of the "tsunami" of health problems to hit Suffolk due to its dramatically ageing population has today been laid bare - with warnings more people will be killed by loneliness than cancer or smoking.
Multi-million pound plans to build two new roundabouts on one of Suffolk's most important road links have been given the green light.
For young people not in work or college, it can be difficult to know where to get help to change their lives their better.
An urgent meeting is needed over the future of a key industrial site following a five-month "silence" from a taskforce set up to look for a new buyer, a councillor has said.
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A multi-million pound project to house the new F-35 fighter jets at RAF Lakenheath will provide "a number of exciting opportunities" for people across the region.
A major bid to create a pioneering Institute of Technology in East Anglia was one of just three to be rejected after the government announced the recipients of a £170million funding pot.
A factory in Sudbury due to close next year - costing 430 jobs - should be kept for industrial use, community leaders have insisted after a meeting was held about its future.
Calls for a Suffolk council to ensure domestic abuse services are appropriately funded have been given unanimous backing.
Regional electronics retailer says it has received a "highly attractive" offer for its premises.
About 18,000 new homes are needed in part of Suffolk in the next 15 years, according to latest figures.
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