Newmarket Ramblers have a choice of walks on Sunday. The longer walk is 10 miles from the church at Weeting, north of Brandon, which will include forest and heath terrain, and will be led by Mike, who can be contacted for further information on 01953 884931.
Seven more horses trained by Mahmood Al Zarooni for the Godolphin racing operation in Newmarket, have tested positive for a banned drug, it was revealed this week.
A Newmarket-born Second World War code breaker, who deciphered some of Nazi Germany’s most secret messages, looks set to be honoured with a memorial in his home town.
The Journal can now reveal the youngster who will be crowned princess at this year’s 60th Soham Carnival, alongside her two attendants.
A four-year-old boy found himself in a tight spot after getting his arm stuck in a vending machine.
Three forgers including a man from Hertfordshire have been jailed for what police believe is the largest ever plot to make fake pound coins in the UK, some of which may still be in circulation.
An open-air production of Shakespeare's As You Like It in Suffolk will raise funds for wildlife research.
A Yorkshire-themed recipe book created by Selby College in memory of a hospitality student who died from cancer will raise funds for charity.
Robinson's squash maker Britvic is to close its factory in Essex where it was founded in the 19th century under plans to axe up to 400 jobs.
Eighteen people have been arrested on suspicion of helping to smuggle Sri Lankan illegal immigrants into Britain in a series of dawn raids across Europe, including in London, Luton and Essex.
The number of 16 to 18-year-olds not in school, work or training is at its lowest level for a decade, official figures show.
Net migration into Britain has fallen by more than a third, according to fresh figures, as the number of immigrants arriving in the country dropped ''significantly''.
The domestic gas supply has been ruled out as the cause for a deadly blast which demolished a house.
A mother-of-eight has been found guilty of fraudulently receiving more than £350,000 in benefits and tax credits by claiming some of her children had disabilities and conditions.
The man accused of abducting and murdering schoolgirl April Jones in a sexually motivated attack has told a jury he put her body "somewhere where it has not been found".
An elderly Mildenhall woman who died after being knocked down by a car in March has been named by police.
An elderly woman from Mildenhall, who was knocked down by a car in March, died in hospital yesterday.
A Soham man has been told he will not stand trial accused of attempted burglary after the charges against him were dropped.
Police are hunting thieves after burglaries in Newmarket, Burwell and Soham.
A Newmarket man has been jailed after he admitted falsely claiming more than £22,000 in housing benefit.
The group planning to open a free school in Newmarket would like to build it on the former St Felix Middle School site.
Primary schools in Newmarket, Exning and Mildenhall are to expand to provide nearly 300 additional pupil places by September.
MARSHALL HATCHICK TWO COUNTIES
Double Olympic and world champion Laura Trott OBE did not fail to impress during her appearances in the Elveden Road Races.
MARSHALL HATCHICK TWO COUNTIES
Holley’s a racing force to be reckoned with – both on and off a horse video Picture gallery
Paul Holley showed he is still a force to be reckoned with after running out an easy winner of this year’s Newmarket Heath Race on Thursday.
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Weather for Newmarket
Thursday 23 May 2013
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Wind direction: South west