Monthly Archives: September 2012

Stop Ipswich Turbines Leaflet

SIT have delivered a good leaflet in Pinewood parish and in Sprites Ward. I republish it here Advertisements

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Andy Burnham’s grovelling Email

Some people have received an amusing Email from Andy Burnham asking them to join the Labour Party. A copy of which has been forwarded to Ipswich Labour’s favourite Blogger. It starts Hello, During the election David Cameron promised change, but … Continue reading

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Attempted Robbery in Black Horse Lane

Police are appealing for information following an attempted robbery that happened yesterday, Thursday 27 September, in Ipswich. The incident happened between 9am and 9.15am in Black Horse Lane. A 56-year-old man was walking past the resource centre, when he was … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Bridge Ward News:
Kevin Algar has posted the Stop Ipswich Turbines Leaflet on his site.  It was designed by Peter Evans, a former comrade of mine from the Port Noise campaign.  A phenomenal campaigner, I would not bet…

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Insults aimed at Ipswich Tories by Ipswich Labour on Twitter

Ipswich Spy mentions here that the author of the dRoss Blog took to twitter after last nights full council meeting. What the Spy blog doesn’t tell you is that Alasdair has such contempt for the local democratic political process, that … Continue reading

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Ipswich campaign to stop the sale of super strength alcohol

As this blog post mentions the Ipswich Street Prostitution Strategy and I look at the search items people come here with, you may not be aware but, if you kerb crawl in Ipswich, you will be arrested. The Ipswich Ban … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Ipswich Spy:
Question time at Ipswich Borough Council’s Full Council meeting last night proved interesting in a number of areas, not least when the consultation process regarding the building of wind turbines on land at Thorington Hall…

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