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Hadleigh voters go to polls for referendum on if town councillors should resign

Hadleigh voters go to polls for referendum on if town councillors should resign

Hadleigh voters go to polls for referendum on if town councillors should resign

Hadleigh could decide the fate of its divided town council today, in a referendum asking electors if they want to see all existing councillors resign.


Staff turnover at Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils 'doubled' after Ipswich move

Staff turnover at Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils 'doubled' after Ipswich move

Staff turnover at Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils 'doubled' after Ipswich move

Question marks have been raised over the relocation of two Suffolk councils, after latest figures showed staff turnover had more than doubled.

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Clare woman with MS reveals struggles after losing disability allowance

Clare woman with MS reveals struggles after losing disability allowance

Clare woman with MS reveals struggles after losing disability allowance

A woman from Clare who suffers from multiple sclerosis is raising awareness of the lifelong condition after losing her disability allowance.


Peer gives Great Cornard students insight into House of Lords

Peer gives Great Cornard students insight into House of Lords

Peer gives Great Cornard students insight into House of Lords

Politics students from Great Cornard received first-hand insight into the workings of the House of Lords when they welcomed a peer to their school.


Babergh approves 25 per cent increase on councillor allowances despite uproar

Babergh approves 25 per cent increase on councillor allowances despite uproar

Babergh approves 25 per cent increase on councillor allowances despite uproar

Babergh district councillors have approved a proposal to increase their basic allowance by 25 per cent – despite strong criticism from some quarters.

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Lack of polling cards may hinder turnout in Hadleigh referendum, says ex-deputy mayor

Lack of polling cards may hinder turnout in Hadleigh referendum, says ex-deputy mayor

Lack of polling cards may hinder turnout in Hadleigh referendum, says ex-deputy mayor

Supporters of next week’s vote on the future of Hadleigh Town Council worry some people won't know how to vote, due to the lack of polling cards.


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