Health checks for 40 to 74-year-olds are on the rise again following concerns that confusion over new GDPR laws was causing fewer people to take them up.
More than £70,000 has been paid out to people in Suffolk injured in pavement falls between 2015-18.
Councils have been criticised for spending millions on awards.
Suffolk's Citizens Advice Bureaux have had their funding restored after the county's health services stepped in to make up the cash cut being planned by the county council.
A new 420-place primary school planned for Lakenheath despite objections over noise from nearby jets is to be the subject of a judicial review, after the High Court upheld a challenge by the parish council.
Concerns over parking and open space for new residents have been raised over plans for nearly 30 new homes on the site of a former library and community centre.
Plans have been unveiled to pump up to £45.1million into creating hundreds of special educational needs places in Suffolk, in a bid to meet soaring demand.
A building contractor for a multi-million pound project to integrate education, health and leisure services in west Suffolk has been appointed.
The squeeze on library services across the region as councils face financial pressures has been revealed by analysis of government figures.
The contractor appointed to deliver a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft has admitted they are looking forward to working on "a new iconic landmark for the town."