Friday, October 30, 2009

All the News That’s Fit to Print (in Cambridge)


“All the News That’s Fit to Print” is the motto of the New York Times. However, in Cambridge the competition is between the Cambridge News (http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/cn_news_cambridge/ ) and Richard Taylor (http://www.rtaylor.co.uk/).

For detailed commentary and analysis of the city’s muncipal issues, the winner is Richard Taylor. His site is an almost Victorian-style local newspaper – and I mean that in the sense of thoroughness, propriety and detail – delivered over the internet, with the opportunity for those concerned to state their own cases via the comments sections.

For those who want to know how a Conservative councillor is making a difference to the city, then go to http://cherryhintonroad.blogspot.com/. This is where the work of Chris Howell and the Coleridge Conservative team is showcased. You can see for yourself the combination of councillor casework and city-wide issues that are being addressed. Electing a Tory has already made a difference to Coleridge and the city, some more colleagues for Chris in May 2010 would make an even bigger impact.

Add the sites to your favourites if you want to see how the city is doing.
(And, for the NY Times archive, visit http://page.archive.nytimes.com/1912/04/16/P1/10.jpg)

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