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Newmarket woman has stroke symptoms after being bitten by spider

Newmarket woman has stroke symptoms after being bitten by spider

Newmarket woman has stroke symptoms after being bitten by spider

30 March 2017

A Newmarket woman has warned of the dangers of false widow spiders after she was left struggling to walk or talk after being bitten by one.


No reprieve for Newmarket rail crossing

No reprieve for Newmarket rail crossing

No reprieve for Newmarket rail crossing

30 March 2017

Despite hundreds of objections from users, Network Rail has confirmed its intention to close Newmarket’s much used foot crossing.


Police hunt pair who ran off from Mildenhall crash

Police hunt pair who ran off from Mildenhall crash

Police hunt pair who ran off from Mildenhall crash

29 March 2017

Police are appealing for witnesses after two people ran away from a road collision last night leaving the other driver trapped in his car.


Captain follows in his father’s USAF footsteps to RAF Mildenhall

Captain follows in his father’s USAF footsteps to RAF Mildenhall

Captain follows in his father’s USAF footsteps to RAF Mildenhall

28 March 2017

When USAF Capt Patrick Teal had to select a new posting he knew his first choice would be to return to RAF Mildenhall.


West Suffolk’s paid-for brown bins trashed by 55 per cent of homes with gardens

West Suffolk’s paid-for brown bins trashed by 55 per cent of homes with gardens

West Suffolk’s paid-for brown bins trashed by 55 per cent of homes with gardens

27 March 2017

West Suffolk’s £40 a year Garden Waste Collection reaches the end of its first year this week with less than half the households with gardens signed up.


Teenager bailed after Newmarket rape arrest

Teenager bailed after Newmarket rape arrest

Teenager bailed after Newmarket rape arrest

27 March 2017

A teenager arrested in connection with an alleged rape in Newmarket has been bailed.


Teenager arrested over alleged rape in Newmarket

Teenager arrested over alleged rape in Newmarket

Teenager arrested over alleged rape in Newmarket

27 March 2017

Police in Newmarket have appealed for information received after a teenager was arrested in connection with an alleged rape in the town in the early hours of Sunday morning.


Skydiving pals say thanks for lifesaving care

Skydiving pals say thanks for lifesaving care

Skydiving pals say thanks for lifesaving care

26 March 2017

A teenager who battled testicular cancer is about to take on the second biggest challenge of his life, jumping 15,000ft out of a plane.


Top awards for local trainees

Top awards for local trainees

Top awards for local trainees

26 March 2017

Two talented apprentices from Burwell and Cheveley have won awards for their outstanding performances at college and at work.


Top marks for new kitchen at Burwell Village College

Top marks for new kitchen at Burwell Village College

Top marks for new kitchen at Burwell Village College

25 March 2017

Pupils at Burwell Village College primary school are now enjoying meals prepared in a state-of-the-art kitchen built as part of the £5.5 million project to refurbish and extend the school.


Racing charity set to benefit from new company partnership

Racing charity set to benefit from new company partnership

Racing charity set to benefit from new company partnership

25 March 2017

Newmarket-based Racing Welfare is hoping its new association with a racing rewards scheme will be a winner for the charity.


Plans to close 24 Suffolk level crossings

Plans to close 24 Suffolk level crossings

Plans to close 24 Suffolk level crossings

24 March 2017

Network Rail has applied for a legal order to close 24 level crossings in Suffolk as part of a plan to make railways safer.


Aldi steps in with plan for Newmarket store

Aldi steps in with plan for Newmarket store

Aldi steps in with plan for Newmarket store

24 March 2017

Supermarket chain Aldi has confirmed it wants to open a new store in Newmarket creating 50 new jobs.


Residents complain after asbestos roof pieces left on Mildenhall road

Residents complain after asbestos roof pieces left on Mildenhall road

Residents complain after asbestos roof pieces left on Mildenhall road

22 March 2017

Users of rented garages in Mildenhall feared they were driving over asbestos after Storm Doris damaged corrugated roofing, but say they could not get it cleared up.


Have a go at this year’s Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

Have a go at this year’s Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

Have a go at this year’s Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

22 March 2017

Companies, clubs and organisations from across the region are getting their teams together and signing up to take part in this year’s eagerly anticipated Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival in aid of Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT).


Duchess of Cornwall arrives at Newmarket Academy

Duchess of Cornwall arrives at Newmarket Academy

Duchess of Cornwall arrives at Newmarket Academy

22 March 2017

The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Newmarket this morning to visit the town’s academy and to unveil a statue of King Charles II at the Rowley Mile racecourse.


Man dies following truck incident at West Row haulage company

Man dies following truck incident at West Row haulage company

Man dies following truck incident at West Row haulage company

20 March 2017

The Health and Safety Executive is making preliminary investigations after a man died in an incident at a haulage yard in West Row last Monday.


Science club finds the right formula

Science club finds the right formula

Science club finds the right formula

19 March 2017

Pupils at Kettlefields Primary School are taking a lead in science, technology, engineering and maths. For the past couple of years school governor, Tim Owen, has run an inventors’ club at the school.


Julie smashes target to boost cancer fund

Julie smashes target to boost cancer fund

Julie smashes target to boost cancer fund

18 March 2017

A local cancer charity will receive a boost of more than £2,000 after an event organised by a Red Lodge woman.


Grant will help take learning outdoors

Grant will help take learning outdoors

Grant will help take learning outdoors

18 March 2017

Children at Exning’s Stepping Stones nursery school will be using the natural environment to enhance their early learning thanks to a donation from their local district councillor.


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