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Cycle ride boost for Danny’s family

Cycle ride boost for Danny’s family

Cycle ride boost for Danny’s family

16 March 2020

Organisers of a cycle ride staged in memory of former Mildenhall Fen Tigers rider Danny Ayres have hailed the event a success.


West Row police car vandalised after someone jumps on its windscreen and roof

West Row police car vandalised after someone jumps on its windscreen and roof

West Row police car vandalised after someone jumps on its windscreen and roof

13 March 2020

A police car has been vandalised in West Row after someone jumped on its windscreen and roof.


Speedway stars to put their legs to the test in memory of former Mildenhall Fen Tigers star Danny Ayres

Speedway stars to put their legs to the test in memory of former Mildenhall Fen Tigers star Danny Ayres

Speedway stars to put their legs to the test in memory of former Mildenhall Fen Tigers star Danny Ayres

05 March 2020

The group, which includes current Fen Tigers riders Ryan Kinsley and Sam Bebee, will join together with friends of Ayres, who died last month.


Youths charged with attacking 16-year-old boy in Mildenhall

Youths charged with attacking 16-year-old boy in Mildenhall

Youths charged with attacking 16-year-old boy in Mildenhall

11 February 2020

Four teenagers have been charged with assault after allegedly attacking a 16-year-old boy in Mildenhall.


'Danny was a great partner, fantastic dad, brilliant rider': Family pay tribute to speedway star Danny Ayres

'Danny was a great partner, fantastic dad, brilliant rider': Family pay tribute to speedway star Danny Ayres

'Danny was a great partner, fantastic dad, brilliant rider': Family pay tribute to speedway star Danny Ayres

06 February 2020

Tributes have poured in from all over the country following the death on Saturday of one of the speedway world’s most popular riders.


Chef told his family to forget him, inquest hears

Chef told his family to forget him, inquest hears

Chef told his family to forget him, inquest hears

23 January 2020

Philip Adams, 32, who had battled depression, and been upset about not seeing more of his young daughter, was struck by a lorry in June.


Suffolk Police rates climb by 33% in eight years

Suffolk Police rates climb by 33% in eight years

Suffolk Police rates climb by 33% in eight years

21 January 2020

The amount council tax-payers have to pay towards Suffolk’s police will have soared by a third since 2012, if latest proposals are passed.


Dangerous Beck Row driver jailed after ramming woman's car at least four times in Cambridge

Dangerous Beck Row driver jailed after ramming woman's car at least four times in Cambridge

Dangerous Beck Row driver jailed after ramming woman's car at least four times in Cambridge

13 January 2020

A dangerous driver from Beck Row who rammed a woman's car at least four times with her children in the vehicle has been jailed.


Council to take on fines for parking early next year

Council to take on fines for parking early next year

Council to take on fines for parking early next year

30 December 2019

Parking fines will be the same across the whole of Suffolk from early next year when enforcement is set to come into force.


Burglar leaves empty handed after targeting property

Burglar leaves empty handed after targeting property

Burglar leaves empty handed after targeting property

27 December 2019

The suspect appears to have walked to a garage and gone inside to open a freezer.


Police appeal after man attempts to accost 12-year-old girl in Mildenhall

Police appeal after man attempts to accost 12-year-old girl in Mildenhall

Police appeal after man attempts to accost 12-year-old girl in Mildenhall

24 December 2019

A man approached a 12-year-old girl in a Mildenhall estate and told her he was to pick her up on her mother's instruction at the weekend.


Police appeal for witnesses after lorry driver leaves scene of Barton Mills crash

Police appeal for witnesses after lorry driver leaves scene of Barton Mills crash

Police appeal for witnesses after lorry driver leaves scene of Barton Mills crash

23 December 2019

Police are appealing for a witnesses of a crash in Barton Mills after a lorry driver involved in the collision drove off.


Funding set to be restored to Suffolk CABs

Funding set to be restored to Suffolk CABs

Funding set to be restored to Suffolk CABs

20 December 2019

Citizens Advice Bureaux across Suffolk have been given a funding reprieve after council finance chiefs performed a u-turn on cuts.


Antisocial behaviour increases in Newmarket according to latest police data

Antisocial behaviour increases in Newmarket according to latest police data

Antisocial behaviour increases in Newmarket according to latest police data

19 December 2019

New Home Office data for November revealed in Newmarket and Exning there were 155 crimes reported to police.


Red Lodge could see 141 new homes after developer submits new plans to council

Red Lodge could see 141 new homes after developer submits new plans to council

Red Lodge could see 141 new homes after developer submits new plans to council

18 December 2019

Developers have submitted plans to build a new 141-home estate in Red Lodge.


Couple lose the pounds and gain a baby daughter

Couple lose the pounds and gain a baby daughter

Couple lose the pounds and gain a baby daughter

17 December 2019

A Beck Row couple, who lost more than seven stone between them to, have been named man and woman of the year at their slimming group.


General Election 2019: Matt Hancock wins West Suffolk with increased majority

General Election 2019: Matt Hancock wins West Suffolk with increased majority

General Election 2019: Matt Hancock wins West Suffolk with increased majority

13 December 2019

Matt Hancock has been re-elected as the MP for West Suffolk as the country looks set to back a majority Conservative government.


General Election 2019: Live coverage from Newmarket and beyond

General Election 2019: Live coverage from Newmarket and beyond

General Election 2019: Live coverage from Newmarket and beyond

12 December 2019

Follow our live blog for all the latest news and updates during polling day and from the election counts in your area.


General Election 2019: What time will results in West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire be declared?

General Election 2019: What time will results in West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire be declared?

General Election 2019: What time will results in West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire be declared?

12 December 2019

These are the times results are expected for each constituency.


General Election 2019: Polling stations open across West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire

General Election 2019: Polling stations open across West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire

General Election 2019: Polling stations open across West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire

12 December 2019

Polling stations in West Suffolk and South East Cambridgeshire have opened in the most important general election in decades.


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