Members of the Waveney Youth Council have been recognised for their recent achievements and their commitment for improving Waveney for future generations.
Waveney and Suffolk Coastal District Councils are reminding people to check the food hygiene rating sticker when choosing where to eat out.
Waveney District Council is inviting local businesses and voluntary organisations to become Visitor Information Points, showcasing the best the area has to offer and helping to grow the local economy.
Some of the top cyclists in the world will visit Waveney this year for the opening stage of a hugely prestigious race.
From 1 February, private landlords will be required to check whether new tenants have the 'Right to Rent'.
A new food award will help customers make healthier choices when eating out at Suffolk's restaurants, pubs and cafes.
As part of a wider accommodation project to reduce costs to taxpayers and improve services, a refurbished Marina Customer Services Centre has re-opened its doors to the public.
Suffolk County Council and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership have formally submitted an outline business case for a third crossing at Lake Lothing to the Government's Department for Transport.
As a result of its Member Development Programme and excellent support to Councillors, Waveney District Council has retained the coveted gold standard Charter Plus Award for Elected Member Development.