A project aimed at providing a hot meal for children whose families might struggle will launch on Wednesday
Campaigners battling to keep Newmarket’s much-used railway foot crossing open have won county council backing
A Newmarket bloodstock agent who was diagnosed with a brain tumour 10 years ago has raised an amazing £50,000 for research into the disease
MP Matt Hancock has thrown his weight behind Moulton villagers campaigning for a safe path so children can walk to school
Soham could be home to a new secondary school – but only if the town has enough new housing developments to support it
Two schoolgirls from Mildenhall are donating their hair to the same charity as the Duchess of Cambridge
A decision as to whether Newmarket’s much-used Weatherby railway foot crossing will stay open looks unlikely to be made this year
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A Newmarket father-of-three who suffers from a rare degenerative and debilitaing condition is hoping to turn the town purple next month
It was standing room only as a packed sale ring at Tattersalls watched a world-leading price paid for a yearling colt.
Premier Division outfit Hadleigh United have confirmed they have signed Romario Dunne to solve their striker crisis, while two players have left.
Soham's Wayne Harrod was part of an incredible Team UK 1-2-3 in the Men's Road Cycling IRB2 Time Trial at the Invictus Games in Australia yesterday.
Darts players celebrate picking up their trophies
Newmarket swimmers win plenty of medals at recent events.
Bury Town claim the west Suffolk derby honours in stunning Autumn sunshine across the region
Newmarket side continue that winning feeling at expense of Haverhill.
Striker departs just three months after returning to Recreation Way.
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A fabulous new spring season line-up has been revealed by Bury's Theatre Royal
Substituting meat with plant-based products can help save the planet but, as Maria Broadbent tells us, it doesn't mean sacrificing taste
Summer has given way to autumn as Matt Gaw discovers.
Trick or treat yourself to some fun and frights this Hallowe’en . . .
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.