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Lasan tikka, prawn biryani, poppadoms, mint sauce and salad

With many pubs and takeaways fighting a bitter battle just to survive the Hungry Hack has decided to try out each one of the menus we get to know about.

As a regular customer anyway, takeaway from the Lasan was not a new experience for the Hungry Hack, although I was more than happy to take advantage of the new delivery service.

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Unwanted furry visitors

By Guest

25th Mar 2020 | Opinion

Rattys Diner

I spotted a large brown gentleman helping himself to peanuts alongside the pigeons in my garden in Blake Avenue.

Some of my neighbours have small children playing in their gardens and I know how dangerous rat urine and droppings can be.

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That winning feeling for Shotley Open Spacers

Back in the day when all the talk was of Brexit, Corona virus was an allergic reaction to a brand of fizzy pop and Ipswich were a Championship team, a team of six quizzers caught the train to Glasgow to take on the mighty Eggheads.

Little did they, as they downed beers, and in Marian's case something a bit more sophisticated, tested themselves with questions from an Egghead's book courtesy of quizmaster extraordinaire Shane on the journey, that they would create brainteasing history.

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Shotley surgery

GP and Staff Training afternoons:

Our next training afternoons will be on Thursday 2nd April and Wednesday 6th May. The practice will be open for patients to come in to collect/drop off prescriptions and book appointments/make enquiries at reception. However, there will be no clinical staff on site and our telephone lines will be switched over to the out of hours' service on these afternoons to allow for staff training. Please ring 111 for advice if your query cannot wait until the following day. In an emergency, dial 999.

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South Suffolk Labour look to making constituency more challenging for Tories

A strong opposition is important, whether at a local council or in central government. Here in South Suffolk, the Labour Party has been in clear second place to the Tories for the last three general elections and although still some way behind, there have been times in the past where it has been a close election. In 1997 and 2001 for example, it was all to play for. So how does the Labour Party become competitive again in South Suffolk? There are no simple answers. In truth, it relies, in part, on the Conservative party failing to deliver as all governments eventually do.

At that moment, it is vital that the Labour Party has a credible alternative that offers people a government in waiting.

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