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Blow to bid to keep rail crossing open as Network Rail objects to planner inspector's decision

28 August 2021
Blow to bid to keep rail crossing open as Network Rail objects to planner inspector's decision

Blow to bid to keep rail crossing open as Network Rail objects to planner inspector's decision

28 August 2021

Campaigners and councillors fighting to keep a railway foot crossing open are facing another challenge from the rail company which wants it closed.


Plans for new 32-bed unit and operating theatres at town's community hospital

26 August 2021
Plans for new 32-bed unit and operating theatres at town's community hospital

Plans for new 32-bed unit and operating theatres at town's community hospital

26 August 2021

Operating theatres are being planned at a much-loved Suffolk hospital 30 years after it was downgraded by health chiefs.


Operations could restart at hospital 30 years after site was downgraded

26 August 2021
Operations could restart at hospital 30 years after site was downgraded

Operations could restart at hospital 30 years after site was downgraded

26 August 2021

Operating theatres could be re-opened at a Suffolk hospital – 30 years after health chiefs made the decision to downgrade it.


Another top rating for British Racing School

11 August 2021
Another top rating for British Racing School

Another top rating for British Racing School

11 August 2021

A British Racing School has been awarded an 'excellent' rating after government inspectors said the facility exceeded expectations.


Town rolls out the red carpet for its community heroes

06 August 2021
Town rolls out the red carpet for its community heroes

Town rolls out the red carpet for its community heroes

06 August 2021

The Queen sent good wishes to the carers, fundraisers, and volunteers, recognised at a Suufolk town's inaugural community awards presentation.


Inside the intimate at-home wedding reception of top jockey William Buick

05 August 2021
Inside the intimate at-home wedding reception of top jockey William Buick

Inside the intimate at-home wedding reception of top jockey William Buick

05 August 2021

At the end of a week which saw him crowned leading jockey at the Glorious Goodwood meeting, William Buick married his long-time partner Jane Duncan.


Handcuffed duo on course to make London Marathon history

30 July 2021
Handcuffed duo on course to make London Marathon history

Handcuffed duo on course to make London Marathon history

30 July 2021

A Suffolk woman and her running partner are aiming to set a Guinness world record for the fastest marathon while handcuffed together.


'He has neglected the best interests of his constituents': Council records vote of no confidence in Matt Hancock

28 July 2021
'He has neglected the best interests of his constituents': Council records vote of no confidence in Matt Hancock

'He has neglected the best interests of his constituents': Council records vote of no confidence in Matt Hancock

28 July 2021

A council has recorded a vote of no confidence in MP Matt Hancock after he was caught kissing his advisor and breaching coronavirus restrictions.


Residents of Suffolk's 'forgotten estate' in 'constant battle' with council over maintenance works

26 July 2021
Residents of Suffolk's 'forgotten estate' in 'constant battle' with council over maintenance works

Residents of Suffolk's 'forgotten estate' in 'constant battle' with council over maintenance works

26 July 2021

A council has come under fire from residents of Suffolk's 'forgotten estate' for not cutting grass or dealing with weeds.


'This has been the pinnacle of my career': School says goodbye to headteacher

25 July 2021
'This has been the pinnacle of my career': School says goodbye to headteacher

'This has been the pinnacle of my career': School says goodbye to headteacher

25 July 2021

For one Suffolk primary school, Friday, the last day of the school year, brought to a close another chapter in its 150-year history.


Cricketing days when an MP fielded and a llama staged a pitch invasion

24 July 2021
Cricketing days when an MP fielded and a llama staged a pitch invasion

Cricketing days when an MP fielded and a llama staged a pitch invasion

24 July 2021

The resurgence of Newmarket Cricket Club has brought back fond memories for many in the town.


Woman could not get to dying husband due to bolt on door, inquest hears

24 July 2021
Woman could not get to dying husband due to bolt on door, inquest hears

Woman could not get to dying husband due to bolt on door, inquest hears

24 July 2021

A nurse arrived home after a 12-hour shift at Addenbrooke’s Hospital to find her husband lying critically injured at the bottom of the stairs.


Renowned former AHT vet struck off

20 July 2021
Renowned former AHT vet struck off

Renowned former AHT vet struck off

20 July 2021

A former leading vet has been struck off for impersonating a fictitious Home Office inspector.


Celebrations as Bryson, 9, walks to school for the first time

14 July 2021
Celebrations as Bryson, 9, walks to school for the first time

Celebrations as Bryson, 9, walks to school for the first time

14 July 2021

A schoolboy has been hailed a hero by his class mates and his teachers after he walked to school for the first time in his life this week.


Farewell to popular jockey who was 'held in high esteem throughout the racing community'

10 July 2021
Farewell to popular jockey who was 'held in high esteem throughout the racing community'

Farewell to popular jockey who was 'held in high esteem throughout the racing community'

10 July 2021

Tributes have been paid to former jockey and trainer, Eric Eldin, who died at his home aged 88.


Rapist is jailed after faking his own death at notoriously dangerous beach

09 July 2021
Rapist is jailed after faking his own death at notoriously dangerous beach

Rapist is jailed after faking his own death at notoriously dangerous beach

09 July 2021

A man who fled to the US and faked his own death to escape justice has been jailed for 15 years after he was found guilty of raping three woman.


Royal visitor in Suffolk to open new horseracing exhibition

08 July 2021
Royal visitor in Suffolk to open new horseracing exhibition

Royal visitor in Suffolk to open new horseracing exhibition

08 July 2021

The Princess Royal was in Suffolk today for a new horseracing exhibition.


Cannabis plants worth £250,000 discovered when police raid drug factory in market town

05 July 2021
Cannabis plants worth £250,000 discovered when police raid drug factory in market town

Cannabis plants worth £250,000 discovered when police raid drug factory in market town

05 July 2021

Four men have appeared in court after a cannabis factory containing 300 plants worth up to £250,000 was discovered at a house in Newmarket.


Last of the British River Kwai survivors Lyle dies aged 104

30 June 2021
Last of the British River Kwai survivors Lyle dies aged 104

Last of the British River Kwai survivors Lyle dies aged 104

30 June 2021

The last British soldier to work on the infamous bridge on the River Kwai has died at the age of 104.


NHS to hold special jab sessions for racing staff

21 June 2021
NHS to hold special jab sessions for racing staff

NHS to hold special jab sessions for racing staff

21 June 2021

Racing industry workers are being urged to get their Covid-19 jabs at two special vaccination clinics being set up in a Suffolk town from today.