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Racecourse set to bloom thanks to racecard seed cover plan from Dubai-based sponsor

29 September 2023
Racecourse set to bloom thanks to racecard seed cover plan from Dubai-based sponsor

Racecourse set to bloom thanks to racecard seed cover plan from Dubai-based sponsor

29 September 2023

Racegoers at a Suffolk course will be blooming today thanks to an environmental initiative from its Dubai-based raceday sponsor.


End of an era as racehorse trainer calls time on his long career

28 September 2023
End of an era as racehorse trainer calls time on his long career

End of an era as racehorse trainer calls time on his long career

28 September 2023

A training dynasty created by a Suffolk town’s oldest horseracing family and stretching back nearly 140 years, is coming to an end.


Some of the pictures from racing yards’ open weekend

24 September 2023
Some of the pictures from racing yards’ open weekend

Some of the pictures from racing yards’ open weekend

24 September 2023

A Suffolk town’s racing yards have opened their doors to the public for a behind the scenes look at its world-famous thoroughbred industry.


Suffolk insurance broker is Britain’s best

22 September 2023
Suffolk insurance broker is Britain’s best

Suffolk insurance broker is Britain’s best

22 September 2023

Staff at a Suffolk-based insurance firm are celebrating after it was named best in Britain at a glittering award ceremony in London.


Everything you need to know as racing’s HQ opens its doors this weekend

22 September 2023
Everything you need to know as racing’s HQ opens its doors this weekend

Everything you need to know as racing’s HQ opens its doors this weekend

22 September 2023

Racing is set to open its doors to visitors for the Henry Cecil weekend.


Residents left in the dark as Government delays decision on Sunnica solar farm

21 September 2023
Residents left in the dark as Government delays decision on Sunnica solar farm

Residents left in the dark as Government delays decision on Sunnica solar farm

21 September 2023

The decision on whether a massive solar farm, proposed for land around several villages in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, has been delayed.


Academy’s focus is on behaviour as it retains good Ofsted rating

21 September 2023
Academy’s focus is on behaviour as it retains good Ofsted rating

Academy’s focus is on behaviour as it retains good Ofsted rating

21 September 2023

Staff and students at Suffolk academy have been celebrating after it retained its overall good rating from government inspectors.


Scholars follow in the footsteps of wartime codebreaking genius Bill Tutte

16 September 2023
Scholars follow in the footsteps of wartime codebreaking genius Bill Tutte

Scholars follow in the footsteps of wartime codebreaking genius Bill Tutte

16 September 2023

As the latest scholarships are awarded in memory of wartime codebreaker Bill Tutte, SuffolkNews looks back at the scheme’s successes.


Racing’s first lady finally gets the recognition she deserves

14 September 2023
Racing’s first lady finally gets the recognition she deserves

Racing’s first lady finally gets the recognition she deserves

14 September 2023

A campaign initiated by a Suffolk newspaper to officially honour the memory of the first woman racing trainer has proved a success.


Lions call it a day but it’s been a roaring 46 years

08 September 2023
Lions call it a day but it’s been a roaring 46 years

Lions call it a day but it’s been a roaring 46 years

08 September 2023

A Suffolk Lions Club, formed 46 years ago, has folded after efforts to attract new members failed.


Campaigners ask for one last effort to halt Sunnica plans

07 September 2023
Campaigners ask for one last effort to halt Sunnica plans

Campaigners ask for one last effort to halt Sunnica plans

07 September 2023

Campaigners have called for a final wave of opposition ahead of the government’s decision on the Sunnica solar farm plan.


Caterpillars on the rampage as gardeners fight to save their box bushes

03 September 2023
Caterpillars on the rampage as gardeners fight to save their box bushes

Caterpillars on the rampage as gardeners fight to save their box bushes

03 September 2023

Gardeners are battling to save their prized box bushes which are being decimated by caterpillars in just a few days.


Boost for town’s open stables weekend as more yards open

02 September 2023
Boost for town’s open stables weekend as more yards open

Boost for town’s open stables weekend as more yards open

02 September 2023

A fundraising racing open weekend has been given a boost with more training yards added to the roster opening their doors to visitors.


Planning loophole created by government could see 200 homes created on village site

02 September 2023
Planning loophole created by government could see 200 homes created on village site

Planning loophole created by government could see 200 homes created on village site

02 September 2023

Plans for more than 200 homes in a Suffolk village are likely to get the go-ahead because of a planning loophole created by the government.


Rider’s bid to win historic horse race in friend’s memory

26 August 2023
Rider’s bid to win historic horse race in friend’s memory

Rider’s bid to win historic horse race in friend’s memory

26 August 2023

One of the riders in an historic horse race today will be carrying the ashes of his friend with him as he bids to lift the prize.


Hall of Fame honour for the man who owned super horse Frankel

25 August 2023
Hall of Fame honour for the man who owned super horse Frankel

Hall of Fame honour for the man who owned super horse Frankel

25 August 2023

The owner of legendary racehorse Frankel, the late Prince Khalid bin Abdullah, has been posthumously inducted into racing’s hall of fame.


Man faces crown court trial for threatening a woman with a machete

24 August 2023
Man faces crown court trial for threatening a woman with a machete

Man faces crown court trial for threatening a woman with a machete

24 August 2023

A man is facing crown court trial after being charged with threatening a woman with a machete.


Homes development to go-ahead, but what cost the long delay?

18 August 2023
Homes development to go-ahead, but what cost the long delay?

Homes development to go-ahead, but what cost the long delay?

18 August 2023

A senior councillor has accused planning officers of exposing a town to years of blight and potential financial costs.


Police launch arson investigation into devastating fire at village restaurant

16 August 2023
Police launch arson investigation into devastating fire at village restaurant

Police launch arson investigation into devastating fire at village restaurant

16 August 2023

Police are treating a fire, which devastated a village restaurant, as arson.


End in sight for town eyesore as inspector rules in favour of new housing development

12 August 2023
End in sight for town eyesore as inspector rules in favour of new housing development

End in sight for town eyesore as inspector rules in favour of new housing development

12 August 2023

After a battle with planners lasting nearly 40 years, a property magnate has won his fight to build homes on former racing stable paddocks.