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Alison Hayes has spent more than 40 years in journalism - and worked on the Newmarket Journal for all that time. She will help the Journal to mark its 150th year in 2022.

Millionaire yearlings light up Tatts

15 October 2021
Millionaire yearlings light up Tatts

Millionaire yearlings light up Tatts

15 October 2021

Lloyd-Webbers receive fine sum for colt at October yearlings sale.


Project will see Yellow Brick Road get a £9,500 facelift

15 October 2021
Project will see Yellow Brick Road get a £9,500 facelift

Project will see Yellow Brick Road get a £9,500 facelift

15 October 2021

A troublesome drain is to be cleared after council members approved a significant investment in the project.


Time to box clever for a better future

15 October 2021
Time to box clever for a better future

Time to box clever for a better future

15 October 2021

Young people are benefitting from free boxing sessions at a local leisure centre.


Former Blockbuster could soon become new café

15 October 2021
Former Blockbuster could soon become new café

Former Blockbuster could soon become new café

15 October 2021

A new café could soon be opening its doors on a busy town's High Street after an application was submitted to the council.


Teenager’s charity gig tribute in memory of stepfather

15 October 2021
Teenager’s charity gig tribute in memory of stepfather

Teenager’s charity gig tribute in memory of stepfather

15 October 2021

A teenager has organised a charity gig in memory of his step-father who died of leukaemia in 2017.


It’s a photo for 99-year-old Johnny

10 October 2021
It’s a photo for 99-year-old Johnny

It’s a photo for 99-year-old Johnny

10 October 2021

A 99-year-old former stable lad looks back on a fond racing memory captured within a historic picture.


Mayor’s frustration at town being overrun by weeds

10 October 2021
Mayor’s frustration at town being overrun by weeds

Mayor’s frustration at town being overrun by weeds

10 October 2021

A town's mayor has urged local authorities to help resolve the problem of weeds growing through pathways.


‘It’s a tragedy a life full of such promise has been cut short’

07 October 2021
‘It’s a tragedy a life full of such promise has been cut short’

‘It’s a tragedy a life full of such promise has been cut short’

07 October 2021

The family and friends of a talented DJ, who became unwell at a music event and died in hospital, have vowed to make sure his legacy lives on.


Deputy mayor’s rallying call to residents to save the town

03 October 2021
Deputy mayor’s rallying call to residents to save the town

Deputy mayor’s rallying call to residents to save the town

03 October 2021

A deputy mayor has called upon residents to save their town by bringing ideas for rejuvenating the High Street to the table.


Labour of love wins top prize

01 October 2021
Labour of love wins top prize

Labour of love wins top prize

01 October 2021

A master saddler has won a top award at this year's Society of Master Saddlers' national competition.


‘Once site is built on we’ll never get it back’

30 September 2021
‘Once site is built on we’ll never get it back’

‘Once site is built on we’ll never get it back’

30 September 2021

A councillor has called for plans to build 50 homes to be replaced by plans for a sport and recreation centre.


Minister put through his paces at town’s racing museum

29 September 2021
Minister put through his paces at town’s racing museum

Minister put through his paces at town’s racing museum

29 September 2021

Our tourism minister has been spending some time being put through his paces in town.


Sara’s in the spotlight as Waitrose unveils its new look

29 September 2021
Sara’s in the spotlight as Waitrose unveils its new look

Sara’s in the spotlight as Waitrose unveils its new look

29 September 2021

Waitrose officially unveils new look after multi-million pound makeover.


Three new scholarships awarded

25 September 2021
Three new scholarships awarded

Three new scholarships awarded

25 September 2021

Scholarships set up in the name of world war two codebreaker Bill Tutte have been awarded to three promising students.


Stallion model is among Landwade treasures sale lots

24 September 2021
Stallion model is among Landwade treasures sale lots

Stallion model is among Landwade treasures sale lots

24 September 2021

A philanthropist's treasures, including a limited edition statue are to be auctioned off next week.


Car crash was the wake-up call for jockey bidding for big race success this weekend

24 September 2021
Car crash was the wake-up call for jockey bidding for big race success this weekend

Car crash was the wake-up call for jockey bidding for big race success this weekend

24 September 2021

Jockey Ray Dawson said it would be incredible if he could continue his recent life transformation with a Group 1 race success on Saturday


Record turnout as crowds flock to open weekend

23 September 2021
Record turnout as crowds flock to open weekend

Record turnout as crowds flock to open weekend

23 September 2021

3,000 visitors have flocked to a prestigious open weekend which has been hailed as the most successful edition since 2012.


Suffolk welcomes Royal visitor to launch life-saving charity's £3million appeal

22 September 2021
Suffolk welcomes Royal visitor to launch life-saving charity's £3million appeal

Suffolk welcomes Royal visitor to launch life-saving charity's £3million appeal

22 September 2021

The Princess Royal was in Suffolk this week for the launch of an appeal to fund a new airbase for emergency flying doctor service, Magpas.


Successful town cricket club has to wait on council decision which could decide its future

19 September 2021
Successful town cricket club has to wait on council decision which could decide its future

Successful town cricket club has to wait on council decision which could decide its future

19 September 2021

A decision over the continued use of a sports pavilion by a newly-promoted cricket club has been delayed until the end of the month.


Racing set for the off at town’s big weekend

17 September 2021
Racing set for the off at town’s big weekend

Racing set for the off at town’s big weekend

17 September 2021

Racing yards, and a host of other equine attractions, are getting ready to welcome visitors back for the popular Henry Cecil open weekend.