Russell Whiting, who will stand for Labour in Suffolk Coastal, suggested that taxes should rise to pay for children’s centres during an interview on BBC Radio Suffolk, where he was raising concerns about proposals to close nine children’s centres where the cost of the buildings is deemed to be poor value for money.
Objections by the Ministry of Defence to a proposed Wind Turbine to the south of Ipswich have caused a new twist in the long running planning battle.
Rural crime is a top priority for Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore and he is delighted to announce that the government has confirmed a two-year funding package for a newly created National Rural Crime Network (NRCN) operating across England and Wales.
Ambulance response times should fall by the autumn, the Chief Executive of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust said yesterday, though he warned it could be two years before the trust is meeting the standards it should.
Four hundred paramedics and one hundred and fifty new ambulances, along with further training for existing staff, will turn around the beleaguered Ambulance Service, according to Dr Anthony Marsh, the trust’s Chief Executive.
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