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Newmarket MP welcomes PM’s election call

Newmarket MP welcomes PM’s election call

Newmarket MP welcomes PM’s election call

18 April 2017

Newmarket MP Matthew Hancock has welcomed the calling of a snap general election by Prime Minister Theresa May.


Video: First F-35 Lightning squadron arrives at RAF Lakenheath

Video: First F-35 Lightning squadron arrives at RAF Lakenheath

Video: First F-35 Lightning squadron arrives at RAF Lakenheath

18 April 2017

The USAF’s new F-35A Lightning II was deployed overseas for the first time at the weekend when the 34th Fighter Squadron arrived at RAF Lakenheath.


Police renew appeal on £12,500 bank card fraud

Police renew appeal on £12,500 bank card fraud

Police renew appeal on £12,500 bank card fraud

13 April 2017

Suffolk Police are renewing their for help to trace a woman in connection with a fraud where £12,500 was stolen from a bank account.


West Suffolk’s weekend footballers raise £1,000 for assaulted fan Simon Dobbin

West Suffolk’s weekend footballers raise £1,000 for assaulted fan Simon Dobbin

West Suffolk’s weekend footballers raise £1,000 for assaulted fan Simon Dobbin

12 April 2017

Players from teams in two weekend football leagues have raised £1,000 with a charity match for Simon Dobbin, the football fan left with brain injuries following an assault.


Appeal for missing Beck Row woman

Appeal for missing Beck Row woman

Appeal for missing Beck Row woman

12 April 2017

Police are appealing for help tracing a 57-year-old woman from Beck Row who was reported missing on March 31.


Police appeal following alleged rape in Newmarket

Police appeal following alleged rape in Newmarket

Police appeal following alleged rape in Newmarket

12 April 2017

Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed an alleged rape in Newmarket in the early hours of Sunday to come forward.


Coins part of late-Roman hoard

Coins part of late-Roman hoard

Coins part of late-Roman hoard

11 April 2017

Part of a Roman coin hoard and a medieval ornament have been declared treasure at separate inquests yesterday.


Police hunt for cyclist who attacked couple in Stow Cum Quy

Police hunt for cyclist who attacked couple in Stow Cum Quy

Police hunt for cyclist who attacked couple in Stow Cum Quy

10 April 2017

Police are appealing for witnesses after a couple in their 60s were assaulted by cyclist.


Woman admits attempted robbery in Newmarket

Woman admits attempted robbery in Newmarket

Woman admits attempted robbery in Newmarket

10 April 2017

A Newmarket woman has pleaded guilty to attempting to rob a pensioner in the town.


Inquest opens into death of 20-year-old Newmarket man

Inquest opens into death of 20-year-old Newmarket man

Inquest opens into death of 20-year-old Newmarket man

10 April 2017

An inquest has been formally opened into the death of a 20-year-old man from Newmarket.


Fire crews battle fire in Newmarket flats

Fire crews battle fire in Newmarket flats

Fire crews battle fire in Newmarket flats

10 April 2017

Residents had to be evacuated as eight fire crews spent over an hour fighting a blaze at a block of flats in Newmarket’s George Lambton Avenue yesterday.


Road re-opened after Barton Mills petrol station fire

Road re-opened after Barton Mills petrol station fire

Road re-opened after Barton Mills petrol station fire

08 April 2017

Northbound and one southbound lane of the A11 at Barton Mills had been re-opened by 9.30am, after a fire at the Esso service station at the Fiveways roundabout which started just after 6.50am caused major disruption on all approach roads.


Petrol station fire closes A11 at Barton Mills

Petrol station fire closes A11 at Barton Mills

Petrol station fire closes A11 at Barton Mills

08 April 2017

A fire in a petrol station has closed the A11 in both directions at Barton Mills.


Candidates named for county council elections

Candidates named for county council elections

Candidates named for county council elections

06 April 2017

Voters across Forest Heath and East Cambridgeshire will go to the polls on May 4 to elect their representatives on Suffolk and Cambridgeshire county councils for the next four years.


Winning trip to Bloodhound is rocket science

Winning trip to Bloodhound is rocket science

Winning trip to Bloodhound is rocket science

06 April 2017

A new generation of rocket engineers gathered at Mildenhall College Academy on Wednesday to take part in a national competition.


Half marathon effort is a winner for Exning youngster Jacob

Half marathon effort is a winner for Exning youngster Jacob

Half marathon effort is a winner for Exning youngster Jacob

06 April 2017

A 10-year-old Exning boy who is recovering from a bone marrow transplant has been given a boost after his godfather handed over a cheque for £3,667 raised by a sponsored half-marathon.


Fordham family organise hospice fundraiser in memory of their mum

Fordham family organise hospice fundraiser in memory of their mum

Fordham family organise hospice fundraiser in memory of their mum

06 April 2017

The family of a much-loved Fordham mum who lost her battle with cancer three days after Christmas is organising a charity event to raise funds in her memory.


Shaun signs up with Ipswich Town for 150 mile sponsored cycle

Shaun signs up with Ipswich Town for 150 mile sponsored cycle

Shaun signs up with Ipswich Town for 150 mile sponsored cycle

06 April 2017

Just over six months after he lost both his lower legs in a hit and run accident just outside Newmarket, Shaun Whiter is preparing to take part in a 150-mile sponsored cycling event.


West Suffolk pre-school providers show their fears for the future at meeting

West Suffolk pre-school providers show their fears for the future at meeting

West Suffolk pre-school providers show their fears for the future at meeting

06 April 2017

Providers of pre-school services across West Suffolk showed their fears for the future at a meeting on the county’s new funding formula.


Hatchfield battle at the High Court

Hatchfield battle at the High Court

Hatchfield battle at the High Court

05 April 2017

A High Court judge has reserved his decision after hearing from both sides over the controversial proposal to build 400 new homes on Newmarket’s Hatchfield Farm in Fordham Road.


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