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Unison says outsourcing Suffolk County Council services could be unrealistic

Unison, the council workers' union, expresses its anger over money-saving plans at Suffolk County Council. It says the outsourcing of services to the private sector could be unrealistic.

The government is to invest £8bn into Britain's rail network, but Passenger Focus tells Foz that it's unlikely Suffolk will see any of the money.

The manager of a community transport project in Sudbury says it'll be closing at the end of the year. The manager, John Phillips, chats to Foz.

Rachel Sloane talks to the New Wolsey in Ipswich about their latest rock 'n' roll panto Jack and the Beanstalk.

Paul Pearce-Couch unveils the spring programme for Bury's Theatre Royal.

After 6pm - Suffolk-based pianist Frances Shelley tells Foz about her latest project.

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Last on

Thu 25 Nov 2010 16:00
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