Monthly Archives: October 2013

Scary Pubs over the Halloween Period.

As always the pub with the best Halloween decorations is the Saint Jude’s Brewery Tavern. But The Jude isn’t scary. As a matter of fact, the decorations are so over the top it’s really funny. Mannings was very scary last … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour manage to crack a decent Joke on Twitter.

Ipswich Lib Dems asked question about state of fences tonight. We suspect damaged by Lib Dems sitting on them. — Ipswich Labour (@IpswichLabour) October 30, 2013 Well it had to be about the Lib Dems didn’t it?

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Government publishes a leaflet about support available for victims of human trafficking

A leaflet outlining the support available for victims of human trafficking is available in 11 foreign languages. It can be downloaded here.

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Hare coursing – arrests made

Suffolk Police have this morning, Thursday 31 October arrested four people on suspicion of trespassing with intent to pursue game. A report was received by police at around 8:40am that a group of men were hare coursing in a field … Continue reading

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Full Council Meeting Report

Yesterday was the Ipswich full council meeting. Before councillor’s questions started, Westgate ward Councillor for Labour, Carole Jones apologised to Conservative Councillor for Bixley Ward, Richard Pope for any offence caused by her quip at the previous meeting. I was … Continue reading

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This could be the next MP for Ipswich

Originally posted on Gavin Maclure's Musings:
Oh dear…

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Chief Constable Douglas Paxton is hosting a live webchat

Chief Constable Douglas Paxton is hosting a live webchat tomorrow, Wednesday 30th October. The event will be live from 6pm-7.30pm and the Chief will be available to answer any questions you may have about crime and local policing. To access … Continue reading

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