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  1. Give, Receive and Recycle this Christmas!

    By Lisa Chambers on December 24th, 2011

    Nearly all of us will have extra waste to deal with at Christmas time, so please remember to recycle as much as you can rather than giving to landfill. Suffolk residents recycled 500 tonnes more in January than in December last year (the equivalent …

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  2. LOCAL BUSINESSES in Suffolk are being urged to show their support for the Better Broadband for Suffolk campaign.

    By Andrew St Ledger on December 19th, 2011

    Businesses urged to back better broadband for Suffolk   So far, 500 local businesses have signed up to the campaign but with tens of thousands of business in Suffolk, the county council is keen to hear from more of them. The Ramada Encore hotel in …

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  3. Street lights to remain switched on over the festive period

    By Becky Whiting on December 14th, 2011

      All Suffolk County Council managed street lights will remain switched on from dusk until dawn over the Christmas period and on New Year’s Eve. Whether celebrating with friends or visiting family, there is always an increase in activity over …

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  4. Bring a spark to the festive period – recycle unwanted electrical goods

    on December 12th, 2011

    Photographs relating to this story can be found via the following link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/suffolkcountycouncil/sets/72157628307153617/ With electrical goods high up on people’s Christmas wish lists, Suffolk County Council’s waste team …

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  5. Parents warned over ‘bling’ baby hazards

    on December 5th, 2011

    Suffolk parents are being warned by Trading Standards officers against buying dangerous ‘bling’ baby accessories which pose a serious risk to babies and young children. The ‘bling’ accessories, including dummies, dummy clips, bottles and …

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  6. Bogus children’s charity hits Suffolk streets

    on December 5th, 2011

    Flyers currently in circulation from a company claiming to help disabled children have caused concern among residents in the areas of Beccles, Mildenhall, Brandon, Newmarket and Sudbury. In recent weeks, Suffolk Trading Standards have received a …

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