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    Suffolk rules out a deal to make it easier for bus passengers in big towns

    by newsbot in Colin NobleOct 30, 2017 with 1 replies and 24 views.

    Suffolk rules out a deal to make it easier for bus passengers in big towns. Regular bus passengers in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds will continue to miss out on the benefits of flexible ticketing schemes after Suffolk County Council ruled out sponsoring such a scheme at present.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: What a joke...Most large towns and cities – including Colchester and Norwich – have flexible ticketing arrangements which allow passengers to use tickets, or passes, on any bus services within a defined area whichever company runs them....

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    Roads Minister Sees The Need For Improvements To Major Suffolk Routes

    by newsbot in Colin NobleJul 13, 2017 with 1 replies and 47 views.

    Roads minister Jesse Norman was shown the need for two major projects in Suffolk during a quick tour of two of the county’s most significant blackspots.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: Sudbury Bypass!!! 48 Colin Noble, leader of SCC appears to be quite pleased about it. Why is Sudbury a priority over Ipswich for a bypass?

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    Suffolk Council Leader Set For 15% Pay Rise With Change To Allowances

    by newsbot in Colin NobleJul 10, 2017 with 1 replies and 43 views.

    Suffolk County Council leader Colin Noble could get a 15% pay rise next year if the proposals of an independent pay panel are accepted.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: Leader: Colin Noble. Allowance 2017/18: £35,958. Possible allowance 2018/19: £41,508. Increase £5,500. 11%Deputy leader Jane Storey 2017/18: £28,253. Possible allowance 2018/19: £31,131. Increase £2,878. 10%Eight cabinet members each earn...

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    More than 150 roadworks projects in Ranelagh Road during last 5 years

    by newsbot in Colin NobleMar 9, 2017 with 0 replies and 35 views.

    More than 150 roadworks projects have hit Ranelagh Road, in Ipswich, since 2012Two-and-a-half years worth of roadworks have taken place in Ranelagh Road since 2012, the Star can reveal.A total of 167 individual projects have been carried out in the road, currently closed for eight weeks while traffic lights are upgraded, over the last five years.The figures, provided by Suffolk County Council (SCC), show the total amount of time taken to...

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