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Fordham's Carter Street Co-op latest target by ramraiders

Fordham's Carter Street Co-op latest target by ramraiders

Fordham's Carter Street Co-op latest target by ramraiders

09 January 2018

Fordham's Co-op has become the latest to be targeted by ramraiders.


West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock made culture secretary

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock made culture secretary

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock made culture secretary

08 January 2018

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has been appointed culture secretary in Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle.


‘Tired’ motorist drives off after colliding with police car at A11 accident

‘Tired’ motorist drives off after colliding with police car at A11 accident

‘Tired’ motorist drives off after colliding with police car at A11 accident

08 January 2018

A driver who collided with a lit-up police car at an accident and drove off told officers who stopped him later that he had been tired and panicked.


Tributes paid to business man after Australian seaplane tragedy

Tributes paid to business man after Australian seaplane tragedy

Tributes paid to business man after Australian seaplane tragedy

05 January 2018

The businessman who died with his family in a seaplane tragedy in Australia was chief executive of the firm that supplies catering services to every Jockey Club racecourse including Newmarket.


Praise for ‘aspirational and holistic approach’ as a Stetchworth nursery wins top award

Praise for ‘aspirational and holistic approach’ as a Stetchworth nursery wins top award

Praise for ‘aspirational and holistic approach’ as a Stetchworth nursery wins top award

05 January 2018

Staff at a Stetchworth nursery have been celebrating after it was named one of the best in the country at training and development.


Forest Heath council's solar farm is shining

Forest Heath council's solar farm is shining

Forest Heath council's solar farm is shining

05 January 2018

A council’s multi-million pound investment in a solar farm appears to be paying dividends.


Red Lodge woman helped save horses from Liverpool car park inferno

Red Lodge woman helped save horses from Liverpool car park inferno

Red Lodge woman helped save horses from Liverpool car park inferno

04 January 2018

A Red Lodge woman said she was ‘terrified’ as she led ponies and horses to safety when fire engulfed a multi-storey car park in Liverpool on New Year’s Eve.


Woman held at knife point as man tries to rob her in Newmarket

Woman held at knife point as man tries to rob her in Newmarket

Woman held at knife point as man tries to rob her in Newmarket

04 January 2018

A 21-year-old woman was threatened with a knife in Newmarket yesterday by a man who tried to rob her.


School run time 'would be doubled' if Newmarket's Weatherby foot crossing is closed

School run time 'would be doubled' if Newmarket's Weatherby foot crossing is closed

School run time 'would be doubled' if Newmarket's Weatherby foot crossing is closed

04 January 2018

Campaigners fighting to keep the Weatherby foot crossing over Newmarket’s railway line open are urging residents to keep up the pressure on Network Rail by continuing to submit objections.


Newmarket man sets sights on Atlantic challenge

Newmarket man sets sights on Atlantic challenge

Newmarket man sets sights on Atlantic challenge

04 January 2018

Endurance athlete Ben Blowes has set his sights on a new challenge which could eclipse all his previous achievements.


Mildenhall residents set petition and meeting on Flagship’s garages to homes plans

Mildenhall residents set petition and meeting on Flagship’s garages to homes plans

Mildenhall residents set petition and meeting on Flagship’s garages to homes plans

04 January 2018

A new petition and residents’ meeting have been organised over Flagship Housing’s plans to use garage sites on Mildenhall estates for housing.


Man released on bail in connection with alleged assault in Newmarket

Man released on bail in connection with alleged assault in Newmarket

Man released on bail in connection with alleged assault in Newmarket

02 January 2018

A man has been released on bail in connection with an alleged assault on New Year's Day.


Christmas card recycling scheme helps protect forests

Christmas card recycling scheme helps protect forests

Christmas card recycling scheme helps protect forests

02 January 2018

Instead of just putting your Christmas cards and wrap in the recyling bin, you can use them to help protect forests. More than 1,000 Sainsbury’s stores, including those in Bury St Edmunds, Mildenhall and Thetford, have bins for collecting cards in-store until Monday.


Hit-and-run victim closer to Paralympic dream

Hit-and-run victim closer to Paralympic dream

Hit-and-run victim closer to Paralympic dream

01 January 2018

Shaun Whiter, who lost both his legs in a hit-and-run accident, is closer to pursuing his Paralympic dreams after being selected for a prestigious training programme.


All-weather gallop in Newmarket to re-open before start of New Year

All-weather gallop in Newmarket to re-open before start of New Year

All-weather gallop in Newmarket to re-open before start of New Year

30 December 2017

One of Newmarket’s most important all-weather gallops which has been closed for two months for refurbishment was expected to re-open before the start of the New Year.


Newmarket's MP welcomes cash boost for West Suffolk NHS

Newmarket's MP welcomes cash boost for West Suffolk NHS

Newmarket's MP welcomes cash boost for West Suffolk NHS

30 December 2017

Matt Hancock MP has welcomed the government’s £785,000 of additional funding for the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust to help its hospitals cope with winter pressures.


Sneak a peek, if you dare, at the folklore of Grunty Fen

Sneak a peek, if you dare, at the folklore of Grunty Fen

Sneak a peek, if you dare, at the folklore of Grunty Fen

30 December 2017

On the mythical map of the world are many legendary places shrouded in folklore and fable – Camelot, Atlantis, El Dorado ... And then, of course, there is Grunty Fen.


No council cuts despite lower than expected returns at Forest Heath

No council cuts despite lower than expected returns at Forest Heath

No council cuts despite lower than expected returns at Forest Heath

30 December 2017

A lower than expected return on a council’s capital will not lead to cuts in services or a rise in tax.


Club members 'rough it' for charity fundraiser

Club members 'rough it' for charity fundraiser

Club members 'rough it' for charity fundraiser

29 December 2017

Six members of a book club at Carlton had a taste of what it is like to sleep rough when they camped out in the parish church to raise money for the homeless.


Police ask for public's help in finding Ely landlady who disappeared 20 years ago

Police ask for public's help in finding Ely landlady who disappeared 20 years ago

Police ask for public's help in finding Ely landlady who disappeared 20 years ago

29 December 2017

Police are re-appealing for the public’s help in solving the disappearance of a woman in Ely 20 years ago.


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