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Aldi unveils store plan for Newmarket

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Studlands trikeathon

Back to 1988 and tots on trikes at Studlands Park

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Her Majesty The Queen vist to The National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art in Newmarket.
Her Majesty The Queen vist to The National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art
Rothschild Yard Retraining of Racehorses Quadrille
Picture Mark Westley
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Newmarket Heritage Centre in the running for £100k Museum of the Year award

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Newmarket Academy Godolphin Beacon Project (NAGBP) involves developing a long term education programme where we work with every year group at the school to give them an educational experience linked with racing and/or thoroughbred breeding. The project is funded by Godolphin, and delivered by Racing to School with other industry partners.
Students from the Academy have a photography day at the Craven meeting.
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Newmarket pupils get the racing picture

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Newmarket pensioner gets her life in print

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Get set for the Newmarket Heath Race

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Song tribute to Newmarket codebreaker

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Newmarket woman’s art should be a tonic for hospital patients

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7 Racecourses, 7 Days, 450 Miles... Staff and supporters of the British Racing School will be cycling over 450 miles from Musselburgh back to Newmarket - visiting 7 racecourses along the way, to raise funds for the Rory MacDonald Memorial Fund that will support young people to be able to train to work in the horse racing industry.
Grant Harris, April Bowles and Richard Perham.
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Newmarket’s British Racing School staff get on their bikes for Rory

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Wildawood school

Chippenham forest school plants seeds of learning

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No reprieve for Newmarket rail crossing

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£8.8m study funding for key East Anglia rail upgrade approved

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Map showing the approximate locations of the crossings Network Rail plans to close
Background picture: Google Earth

Plans to close 24 Suffolk level crossings

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Fiveways roundabout, Barton Mills, will get �400,000 for traffic lights

Government sets aside £400,000 for traffic lights at Barton Mills’ A11 roundabout

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James Cartlidge MP at Sudbury station

Meeting about new rail depot including wheel lathe which should ‘boost local area’

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Builder left flat ‘uninhabitable’

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Police appeal

New drive to reduce speeding on Norfolk and Suffolk roads

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The woman police want to speak to about a �12,500 bank card fraud

Police renew appeal on £12,500 bank card fraud

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Police appeal following alleged rape in Newmarket

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Newmarket pupils get the racing picture

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Wildawood school

Chippenham forest school plants seeds of learning

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2016/17 ICE Scholar Tomas Jonaitis at work in the ICE development kitchen

Rougham cook school launches 2017/18 scholarship

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Tim Coulson has been appointed the new CEO of the Samuel Ward Academy Trust

New CEO announced for Samuel Ward Academy Trust

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Teacher Wang Yan with Westfield Primary Academy pupils during a Shanghai maths master class in January

Samuel Ward Academy Trust achieves ‘research school’ status

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Aldi unveils store plan for Newmarket

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Solar panels.

Suffolk Trading Standards warning over rogue solar panel workmen

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An F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter. 

Picture USAF Tech Sgt Dennis Henry

Lightning moves at RAF Lakenheath

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Islington

Racing jewels from Ballymacoll Stud set to be sold at Tattersalls in Newmarket

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Nato commander visits RAF Lakenheath

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RAF Mildenhall could stay open

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Newmarket MP welcomes PM’s election call

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F-35A Lightning IIs from the 34th Fighter Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, land at RAF Lakenheath (USAF photo/Tech. Sgt. Matthew Plew)

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

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Polling

Candidates named for county council elections

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RSPB survey reveals tough time for tits in Suffolk

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PlayStation and motorbike among items pulled from Milton Keynes canal in spring clean

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What's i n a name? The street name sign some people in West Row believe should say Weston Ditch

West Row road’s new name sign disputed by villagers

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Time to sign up for another year of brown bin collections

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

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West Suffolk Hospital praised by health secretary

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Hand washing is vital to protect against the spread of norovirus.

Norovirus closes West Suffolk Hospital ward for second time

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New number is aiming to support those who experience power cuts in their area

Vulnerable should register for extra power cut help

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More patients will have to get blood tests at West Suffolk Hospital

West Suffolk patients may have to travel further to get blood tests

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23,000 poultry are set to be culled at Bridge Farm near Redgrave in Suffolk, after a suspected bird flu outbreak. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Latest: Bird flu confirmed at poultry farm near Redgrave

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