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YOUTH VIEW: The conspiracy of selfishness

YOUTH VIEW: The conspiracy of selfishness

YOUTH VIEW: The conspiracy of selfishness

26 April 2015

On the streets of Great Britain, a conspiracy is taking place. It is the conspiracy of selfishness.


KAREN CANNARD: WRAP has food waste covered

KAREN CANNARD: WRAP has food waste covered

KAREN CANNARD: WRAP has food waste covered

26 April 2015

Food waste has been at the forefront of my mind since last month’s Zero Waste Awards when I had the opportunity to find out more about an interesting project in London called FoodSave.


TIM PASSMORE: On the road to improved policing

TIM PASSMORE: On the road to improved policing

TIM PASSMORE: On the road to improved policing

26 April 2015

One of the important parts of Suffolk’s Police and Crime Plan revolves around roads policing and how we make can our roads safer.


SWT: Bumblebees buzz in to herald arrival of spring

SWT: Bumblebees buzz in to herald arrival of spring

SWT: Bumblebees buzz in to herald arrival of spring

26 April 2015

There is something very special about a sunny spring morning. There’s no mistaking the fact that Nature is well and truly wide awake!


GEOFF BARTON: Trust teachers to focus on teaching

GEOFF BARTON: Trust teachers to focus on teaching

GEOFF BARTON: Trust teachers to focus on teaching

19 April 2015

So here we are again. Election fever is raging once more. Or perhaps, if you’re immune to it all, it’s not so much a fever as an irksome political sniffle.


BTO: It’s all go at county’s heronries

BTO: It’s all go at county’s heronries

BTO: It’s all go at county’s heronries

19 April 2015

While it might feel as if spring has only just arrived in East Anglia, for some of our birds the season is already well-advanced.


CAMILLE BERRIMAN: Store’s proximity gave me a boost

CAMILLE BERRIMAN: Store’s proximity gave me a boost

CAMILLE BERRIMAN: Store’s proximity gave me a boost

19 April 2015

A report out last week suggests that living near a Waitrose or an M&S can significantly boost your home’s value, by around 12 per cent if the Lloyds Bank study is to be believed.


EDITOR’S COMMENT: Help police to catch the lazy litter louts

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Help police to catch the lazy litter louts

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Help police to catch the lazy litter louts

17 April 2015

What gets people’s backs up the most? Simple – rubbish.


DAVE GOODERHAM: Why should children have all the fun?

DAVE GOODERHAM: Why should children have all the fun?

DAVE GOODERHAM: Why should children have all the fun?

12 April 2015

My lovely long bank holiday weekend was spent dancing around in the living room, getting overly egg-cited at the Easter trail at Ickworth House or simply revelling in my son’s Lego or new Hot Rods toys.


YOUTH VIEW: Tour buses and television

YOUTH VIEW: Tour buses and television

YOUTH VIEW: Tour buses and television

12 April 2015

Like members of rival middle-aged boy bands, all four major party leaders this week climbed aboard their tour buses and started to make their way around the country. And unlike boy bands, they targeted marginal constituencies and started talking policy with the local electoral punters.


NICOLA MILLER: Our town’s full of the written word

NICOLA MILLER: Our town’s full of the written word

NICOLA MILLER: Our town’s full of the written word

12 April 2015

I recently interviewed the poet and author Michael Rosen. We talked about poetry and how parents might be discouraged by its seemingly rarified air.


GRAHAM TURNER: Reluctantly joining the bank holiday hordes

GRAHAM TURNER: Reluctantly joining the bank holiday hordes

GRAHAM TURNER: Reluctantly joining the bank holiday hordes

12 April 2015

In recent years, bank holidays have seen us pull up the drawbridge, hiding away at home to escape the hordes quite rightly out enjoying an extra day off.


SWT LACKFORD LAKES: Birds tune up for reserve’s annual singing contest

SWT LACKFORD LAKES: Birds tune up for reserve’s annual singing contest

SWT LACKFORD LAKES: Birds tune up for reserve’s annual singing contest

10 April 2015

April sees the annual singing contest between the bird life at Suffolk Wildlife Trusts Lackford Lakes nature reserve as they sing to attract a mate.


EDITOR’S COMMENT: Keep us in touch with the news, Colin

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Keep us in touch with the news, Colin

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Keep us in touch with the news, Colin

10 April 2015

I breathed a sigh of relief when I heard Cllr Colin Noble had been chosen as the new leader of the Conservative group on Suffolk County Council.


GRAHAM TURNER: Step up parents and do your job

GRAHAM TURNER: Step up parents and do your job

GRAHAM TURNER: Step up parents and do your job

05 April 2015

Hats off to Nantwich Education Partnership which this week ruffled a few feathers by announcing it will report parents to the police and social services for neglect if they allow their children to play computer games rated for over-18s .


NIKOS SAVVAS: Skills on which to build a society

NIKOS SAVVAS: Skills on which to build a society

NIKOS SAVVAS: Skills on which to build a society

05 April 2015

I caught a repeat on television a few days ago of the 1986 movie Mosquito Coast. In the film, Harrison Ford decided to uproot his family from their comfortable home and relocate them to a Central American jungle.


BTO: April sees surge in arrival of migrants

BTO: April sees surge in arrival of migrants

BTO: April sees surge in arrival of migrants

05 April 2015

As we roll over into a new month so we see an upturn in the arrivals of spring migrants. One of the first birds to arrive back in any numbers is the sand martin, the earliest of our breeding hirundines (swallows and martins) to make its return – see www.birdtrack.net


It’s not election bias it’s just red ink

It’s not election bias it’s just red ink

It’s not election bias it’s just red ink

05 April 2015

The election campaign got officially under way this week as Parliament was dissolved, but for politics geeks, the campaigning started months ago.


We can only hope for a good clean fight

We can only hope for a good clean fight

We can only hope for a good clean fight

03 April 2015

Do you think the Queen was shocked when David Cameron popped his head around the door this week?


YOUTH VIEW: Closing time at Westminster

YOUTH VIEW: Closing time at Westminster

YOUTH VIEW: Closing time at Westminster

29 March 2015

The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) was slammed by the national press on Tuesday for overlooking some pretty awful instances of animal cruelty.


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