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VIDEO: RAF Marham ‘kidnap’ serviceman left “very shaken” by ordeal

VIDEO: RAF Marham ‘kidnap’ serviceman left “very shaken” by ordeal

VIDEO: RAF Marham ‘kidnap’ serviceman left “very shaken” by ordeal

21 July 2016

A serviceman who was targeted in a suspected attempted abduction near RAF Marham yesterday is said to have been left “very shaken” by his ordeal.


Mildenhall teen who breached court order for 11th time is locked up

Mildenhall teen who breached court order for 11th time is locked up

Mildenhall teen who breached court order for 11th time is locked up

21 July 2016

A Mildenhall teenager who breached a court order for an 11th time has been locked up.


John Bone: Pay someone to run village fete?

John Bone: Pay someone to run village fete?

John Bone: Pay someone to run village fete?

21 July 2016

Wood Ditton’s lively parish council are considering paying people to help organise village events like a barbecue or the annual fireworks. This would be a radical departure from the age-old village tradition of relying on volunteers and my first reaction was dismay. Is this what rural life has come to?


West Suffolk MP becomes the new minister for broadband and culture

West Suffolk MP becomes the new minister for broadband and culture

West Suffolk MP becomes the new minister for broadband and culture

20 July 2016

Broadband coverage and growing high tech companies are the top priorities for West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock in his new role as Minister for Culture and Digital Economy.


Fund-raiser Janine is taking Girls Night Out to Cyprus

Fund-raiser Janine is taking Girls Night Out to Cyprus

Fund-raiser Janine is taking Girls Night Out to Cyprus

19 July 2016

Bunny ears will be worn with pride as fund-raiser takes Girls Night Out to Cyprus.


Airman’s car collided with vehicles on both sides of Eriswell road

Airman’s car collided with vehicles on both sides of Eriswell road

Airman’s car collided with vehicles on both sides of Eriswell road

18 July 2016

A US airman who died on a notorious road at Eriswell had collided with two other vehicles, an inquest opening has heard.


Newmarket man died from asbestos-related condition

Newmarket man died from asbestos-related condition

Newmarket man died from asbestos-related condition

18 July 2016

A Newmarket pensioner died as a result of a condition often associated with exposure to asbestos, an inquest has heard.


Soham fundraiser Charlie, nine, goes kneeboarding at West Norfolk club for Oxfam

Soham fundraiser Charlie, nine, goes kneeboarding at West Norfolk club for Oxfam

Soham fundraiser Charlie, nine, goes kneeboarding at West Norfolk club for Oxfam

18 July 2016

A charity fundraiser with a difference will be held on the Great Ouse Relief Channel this weekend.


RAF Lakenheath apologises after fighter jets cause sonic boom

RAF Lakenheath apologises after fighter jets cause sonic boom

RAF Lakenheath apologises after fighter jets cause sonic boom

15 July 2016

RAF Lakenheath has apologised to residents in Cambridgeshire after causing a sonic boom over the area.


Traveller invasion closes Bottisham Village College

Traveller invasion closes Bottisham Village College

Traveller invasion closes Bottisham Village College

15 July 2016

A school has been thrown into chaos after a large group of travellers moved on to its grounds.


John Bone: Poems ... here’s looking at you

John Bone: Poems ... here’s looking at you

John Bone: Poems ... here’s looking at you

14 July 2016

An exhibition of poems sounds the strangest of events. Surely poems are to be read quietly when alone or read aloud to an audience. They are not to be looked at. Yet there is an exhibition of poems at Newmarket Library right now after transferring from (even stranger) Waitrose. Yes, I know, it sounds daft but, (strangest yet), this show by poet Yvonne Zellen coupled with photographs, actually works. What next? A symphony concert consisting of sheet music pinned to a wall?Art has no boundaries.


New Prime Minister Theresa May will be ‘unifying figure’ say West Suffolk MPs

New Prime Minister Theresa May will be ‘unifying figure’ say West Suffolk MPs

New Prime Minister Theresa May will be ‘unifying figure’ say West Suffolk MPs

13 July 2016

West Suffolk’s MPs have hailed new Prime Minister Theresa May as a ‘unifying figure with strong proven leadership’.


Delight as Wickhambrook Primary School joins academy trust

Delight as Wickhambrook Primary School joins academy trust

Delight as Wickhambrook Primary School joins academy trust

12 July 2016

Staff and parents at a village primary school have spoken of their delight after it joined the Samuel Ward Academy Trust.


Thetford woman is jailed four years for stealing £1.7 million from Newmarket employer

Thetford woman is jailed four years for stealing £1.7 million from Newmarket employer

Thetford woman is jailed four years for stealing £1.7 million from Newmarket employer

11 July 2016

An account manager from Thetford stole £1.7 million from her Newmarket employer to fund a gambling addiction, a court has heard.


Police step up hunt for hit and run driver

Police step up hunt for hit and run driver

Police step up hunt for hit and run driver

08 July 2016

Police have intensified the hunt for the hit and run driver who seriously injured two local sportsmen in Newmarket’s Dullingham Road a week ago.


John Bone: Shame to miss the staycation rush

John Bone: Shame to miss the staycation rush

John Bone: Shame to miss the staycation rush

07 July 2016

It is a thousand pities that Newmarket’s new National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art has had to be closed for completion, before opening properly in the autumn. So many economic factors suggest this will be a prime summer for holidays at home. Everything, apart perhaps from the weather, points to a promising season for East Anglia’s tourist trade. Yet our big new draw will be shut. What a shame the work could not be delayed or advanced to catch the favourable wind. But I suppose a century is a short space of time in Newmarket’s history and we must be patient.


Bury Town FC to donate to fund for hit and run victims

Bury Town FC to donate to fund for hit and run victims

Bury Town FC to donate to fund for hit and run victims

06 July 2016

Bury Town FC is to donate 10 per cent of its gate fee from next Tuesday’s game to a fund supporting two young sportsmen who were seriously injured in a hit and run incident.


Newmarket Journal readers pledge support for hit and run victims

Newmarket Journal readers pledge support for hit and run victims

Newmarket Journal readers pledge support for hit and run victims

05 July 2016

Messages of support for the two popular young sportsmen seriously injured in a hit and run incident just outside Newmarket on Friday are continuing to come in through the Journal’s Facebook page and website.


Man charged with possessing a samurai sword in public in Mildenhall

Man charged with possessing a samurai sword in public in Mildenhall

Man charged with possessing a samurai sword in public in Mildenhall

05 July 2016

A 41-year-old man has been charged with possessing a samurai sword in a public place in Cypress Close, Mildenhall on Saturday, July 2.


Business leader raps politicians as Cambridgeshire bosses stay focused and send exports soaring

Business leader raps politicians as Cambridgeshire bosses stay focused and send exports soaring

Business leader raps politicians as Cambridgeshire bosses stay focused and send exports soaring

05 July 2016

A business leader has praised the focus of company bosses as exports from Cambridgeshire soared last month.


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