In this week's Standard

Harwich and Manningtree Standard: In this week's Standard In this week's Standard

Hollie Jarrett's lifesavers are nominated for an award, a work date is set for the new A120 speed limit near notorious danger junctions, and an industrial estate bringing 600 jobs is given the green light.

Part-night lighting is delayed for a third time, major concerns have been raised for the future of children's services, and limited free bus travel could put a high school's future in jeopardy.

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10:32am Fri 7 Feb 14

bloke down the pub says...

The thought of 600 extra cars driving on the A120.. Lighting , why not turn every other light out ?. Free bus ,you're voting for the wrong people,throw them out and put someone else in the job,its up to you. You get who you vote for !
The thought of 600 extra cars driving on the A120.. Lighting , why not turn every other light out ?. Free bus ,you're voting for the wrong people,throw them out and put someone else in the job,its up to you. You get who you vote for ! bloke down the pub

11:19am Fri 14 Feb 14

bloke down the pub says...

Last week you said the lights will stay on. This week 14/2 you say they will go off. . I bet your editors a Tory
Last week you said the lights will stay on. This week 14/2 you say they will go off. . I bet your editors a Tory bloke down the pub

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