There are now more active drug lines in western Suffolk than in Ipswich, district councillors have been warned.
A man in his 80s was rescued from a Newmarket flat after a small fire in his his second floor home.
At about 5.35pm police and ambulance crews were called to The Common following reports of a collision between a Vauxhall Astra and a Jeep Cherokee.
A group of travellers who set up camp in a Mildenhall playing field have been ordered to leave today.
Thunderstorms are expected to hit the East of England later, with a yellow weather warning in place through the night.
Newmarket is set to host its first derby for 80 years – but this time racegoers will be hearing the whurr of wheels instead of thundering hooves.
Newmarket's cyclists are set to benefit from an extra 50 spaces at the town's railway station as part of a push to improve cycling facilities.
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His funeral service will be at Newmarket’s All Saints’ Church on Wednesday July 3 at noon.
Lessons have been learnt over a council owned company which failed to be self-sustaining, council bosses have said.
Jockeys manager pleased with level of competition in squad.
Charlie Appleby's colt retired to stud after Royal Ascot heroics.
Guy Habbin secures signatures of long-time club players ahead of new season
Cambridge City skipper agrees to join the Jockeys.
Former Culford School pupil named as 12th man for upcoming trip to Kent in Specsavers County Championship
AFC Sudbury's Paul Hayes has retired from playing and will now focus on his career as an agent.
Former Stowmarket Town frontman signs on at Recreation Way.
Exning’s most popular fund-raising event will be held on Saturday.
Great British Bake Off favourite Prue Leith is heading to Newmarket next week to sign copies of her latest recipe book
Tomorrow is Suffolk Day and Newmarket is joining in the celebration with tour offers, a Saturday raceday offer, and a litter pick.
A Newmarket-born scaffolder has been reunited with the sister he didn’t know he had and his mother who gave him for adoption when he was born.
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.