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Murray Brunning, a Strong Voice for Bridge Ward

Murray is 35 years old and has lived and worked in Ipswich his entire life. He currently lives in the Waterfront area of the town with his wife Lauren and his 18 month old daughter Aria. He currently works as … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour Support Intergenerational Poverty

At yesterday’s South West Area Committee our Labour councillors revealed themselves as uncaring hypocrites. They denied a funding request from the Ipswich Foundation Years project. The Ipswich Foundation Years project is an early intervention project based at the Avenue Theatre … Continue reading

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Tactical Voting

Ipswich Labour and members of the Ipswich Left are very angry at the idea of Tories in Bridge Ward voting UKIP to get rid of Jim Powell. Labour councillor Alasdair Ross and Barmy Bolshevik Andrew Coates have got right out … Continue reading

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VOTE CONSERVATIVE

VOTE CONSERVATIVE

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Appeal for witnesses after road traffic collision outside train station

Police are appealing for witnesses after a road traffic collision outside Ipswich Train Station. The incident happened in Burrell Road yesterday, Monday 10 February, at approximately 6.45am. A black Hyundai collided with a 29-year-old male cyclist. The cyclist was taken … Continue reading

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Wind Turbine Planning Application validated

The application submitted by PfR for a 130 metre turbine on Aldous land between Wherstead and Belstead has finally been validated. Here are the important points from Stuart McAdam’s notification: Details of the application are available for inspection online here … Continue reading

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South West Area Committee Report

At the South West Area Committee the Mayor and our dear leader were absent. Conservative Councillor for Stoke park, Nadia Cenci brought up the problem of speeding along Stoke Park Drive and Bridge Ward councillor for Labour, Jim Powell brought … Continue reading

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