Haemorrhaging our hard-earned taxes to the EU

11:18am Friday 17th October 2008

What would you like your hard-earned taxes spent on – one million hip replacement operations, 220,000 more nurses, 182,000 more teachers, 162,000 more police officers or an extra £8 a week on the basic state pension?

"It is time for her to go"

10:46am Wednesday 6th February 2008

THIS investigation (by the Mail on Sunday) raises some serious questions for the Wintertons, and will make many people question their integrity.

Wintertons "blatantly exploit technical loophole"

10:43am Wednesday 6th February 2008

I IMAGINE the latest furore surrounding the Wintertons will cause a cascade of cynicism about, and bad-mouthing of, politicians in general.

It is more convenient to take our rubbish to the tip

4:32pm Friday 25th January 2008

IT IS interesting to learn from your Congleton Guardian article that the recycling problems are solved, and that things are on schedule as from last week.

Drivers have little knowledge of the Highway Code

4:24pm Friday 25th January 2008

I COMMUTE to work in my car using the A34 between Congleton and Alderley Edge every morning.

We have your interests at heart

2:45pm Monday 15th October 2007

THEY say Rome wasn't built in a day - well it's fair to say it wasn't built in 150 days either, but the fact is following careful planning and swift delivery, much of what was built back then still stands strong today!

Biddulph Sainsbury's "will close in two years"

2:07pm Monday 24th September 2007

REGARDING Sainsbury's plans to open in Biddulph, this sounds like a huge misjudgement of the retail market in this area.

Help us to collect at Congleton Tesco

2:42pm Wednesday 19th September 2007

The British Red Cross has been given a fantastic opportunity to raise money for its services in our local community.

Can you help Peter with his collection?

11:14am Tuesday 11th September 2007

I WONDER if your readers can help me with my hobby, which is collecting Brass Embossed Colliery Lamp Checks, or Tokens and Tallies as they are sometimes called.

Ditch all unitary bids

4:02pm Friday 10th August 2007

THE recent announcement that the minister for communities and local Government is recommending two unitary authorities for Cheshire, subject to confirmation of the financial robustness of the bid, could lead to a continuation of "warfare" between councils in Cheshire.

Lib Dems back local decision-making

2:38pm Tuesday 26th June 2007

CONGLETON Borough Liberal Democrat Councillors strongly oppose any further attempts to dilute local democratic decision making.

Engineering solution and policing are needed to tackle speed problems

3:22pm Friday 12th January 2007

I HAVE been involved with the traffic problems in this area all my working life in the operational or planning side.


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