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  1. On your marks as Olympic stars join Suffolk pupils for UK's biggest fun run

    on May 22nd, 2012

            On your marks as Olympic stars join Suffolk pupils for UK's biggest fun run As part of Suffolk’s drive to become the most active county in England, hundreds of Suffolk school children are getting ready …

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  2. Olympic flame takes first steps on route to Suffolk

    By Cheryl Gray on May 16th, 2012

       OLYMPIC torch bearers will start the flame’s 48-day journey to Suffolk this week and the county’s Olympic chiefs are urging people to get ready to welcome it. The flame arrives in the UK on Friday 18 May and starts its 70-day tour of the …

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  3. Cabinet agrees to Healthwatch Suffolk

    By Cheryl Gray on May 16th, 2012

      SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL’s Cabinet has agreed to develop and implement a local ‘Healthwatch’service in Suffolk. Healthwatch Suffolk will become the trusted independent voice of local people on health and care issues.   The establishment of …

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  4. Official start of construction of Suffolk’s energy-from-waste facility

    By Becky Whiting on May 16th, 2012

      An event to mark the official start of construction of Suffolk’s energy-from-waste facility will be held in Great Blakenham on Friday.   Local residents, councillors and representatives from the various companies involved in getting the project …

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  5. ‘Scampaign’ kicks off with doorstep sales advice

    By Becky Whiting on May 16th, 2012

        UNSCRUPULOUS doorstep sellers are under the spotlight this month as Trading Standards begins its six month long‘Scampaign’. Doorstep sales are an increasingly common way for scammers to prey on vulnerable people and Trading Standards are …

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  6. Suffolk unites behind bid for fire sprinklers

    By Andrew St Ledger on May 11th, 2012

    INFLUENTIAL leaders from government and industry are pledging their support today for lifesaving fire sprinkler systems to protect Suffolk people and safeguard local businesses and schools.    Launched during an event at Suffolk’s newest fire …

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  7. Master Composters’ wanted in Suffolk

    By Becky Whiting on May 11th, 2012

    ENTHUSIASTIC environmental volunteers are being asked to step forward for the chance to be trained as a ‘Suffolk Master Composter’. A free two day Master Composter foundation course will be held at Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve on Friday 25 and …

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