A war of words has broken out after a council claimed property developer Bill Gredley had 'refused to make a building safe'
Newmarket Lions Club is seeking new members to bring fresh ideas to the group
A group which has been described as ‘Christianity with its sleeves rolled up’ has celebrated ten years of helping people who are out in Newmarket
Nominations have now been published for the local elections to be held on Thursday, May 2
Police in Newmarket are stepping up patrols in response to increased reports of antisocial behaviour in the town
Prof Steven Parissien will become chief executive of Palace Street's National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art in June
A block of flats in Newmarket is still standing empty two years after residents were rehoused after a fire
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A respected senior Conservative councillor has cited concerns over planning decisions as one of the reasons he will not be standing again
Jean Bucknell, who pioneered the idea of taking visitors round the town’s world famous training grounds, has died
Skipper wants his side challenging at the top end of the EAPL again.
Ricky Cornish's side could drop down to Step 5 over Easter.
Malcolm Vasey excited for new season with West Row-based club.
Newmarket trainer has high hopes for King Ottokar as he prepares for move to historic yard.
Ladies looking for another victory over Hoddesdon.
Former Essex batsman Jaik Mickleburgh comes into the selection.
AFC Sudbury's quartet of sides to run out at Playford Road training complex.
A popular Newmarket restaurant is set to re-open on Wednesday almost two months after the business was wound up
One of Ely’s top visitor attractions was re-opened on Tuesday after a £30,000 refurbishment
The Journal has joined forces with a national photography group to offer a free photo session and the chance to win a stunning portrait
A festival favourite, Kaiser Chiefs shot to fame in 2005 with their hit 'I Predict a Riot' followed by 'Oh My God' and number one 'Ruby'.
A renowned equine artist is hoping that a mural she painted in the former National Horseracing Museum can be preserved
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.