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Points plan for Fordham’s £100k homes delayed

Points plan for Fordham’s £100k homes delayed

Points plan for Fordham’s £100k homes delayed

25 June 2020

On Monday the combined authority unanimously agreed to defer after councillors demanded more consideration into the proposals.


Angry Newmarket councillors call for re-think on reintroduction of parking charges

Angry Newmarket councillors call for re-think on reintroduction of parking charges

Angry Newmarket councillors call for re-think on reintroduction of parking charges

22 June 2020

Angry Newmarket town councillors have called for a re-think on the reintroduction of parking charges in the town.


Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

10 June 2020

Single adult households will be able to form a 'bubble' with another household in England from Saturday


Newmarket's new mayor wants council to be ‘positive force for good’

Newmarket's new mayor wants council to be ‘positive force for good’

Newmarket's new mayor wants council to be ‘positive force for good’

21 May 2020

Newmarket’s new mayor Cllr Mick Jefferys said he would be using the words of the late town councillor, Ian Kirk, as his mantra for his year in office.


£3 million a month support plan to keep care homes open

£3 million a month support plan to keep care homes open

£3 million a month support plan to keep care homes open

20 May 2020

Suffolk County Council financial package supporting care homes


Newmarket councillors anger at move to speed up new clerks start

Newmarket councillors anger at move to speed up new clerks start

Newmarket councillors anger at move to speed up new clerks start

11 May 2020

Moves to speed up the start date of Newmarket Town Council’s new clerk were the cause of a row at Monday’s meeting of the authority.


Lockdown changes: your questions answered

Lockdown changes: your questions answered

Lockdown changes: your questions answered

11 May 2020

Here is what we know has changed after last night's broadcast.


Health Secretary Matt Hancock's special message to readers

Health Secretary Matt Hancock's special message to readers

Health Secretary Matt Hancock's special message to readers

01 May 2020

Matt Hancock has implored the West Suffolk community to 'stick with' the coronavirus lockdown restrictions.


District to be asked to share Newmarket rail crossing inquiry costs

District to be asked to share Newmarket rail crossing inquiry costs

District to be asked to share Newmarket rail crossing inquiry costs

29 April 2020

Newmarket town councillors plan to ask their neighbours at East Cambridgeshire District Council to share the cost of legal representation.


Newmarket Town Council hit by third resignation

Newmarket Town Council hit by third resignation

Newmarket Town Council hit by third resignation

08 April 2020

A town councillor has quit, making him the third member to resign from the authority less than a year after being elected.


Councils to be allowed to hold virtual meetings under emergency powers

Councils to be allowed to hold virtual meetings under emergency powers

Councils to be allowed to hold virtual meetings under emergency powers

03 April 2020

own, district and county councils will be able to hold remote meetings after the government introduced emergency powers.


Re-think closure of Newmarket's recycling site, district urges

Re-think closure of Newmarket's recycling site, district urges

Re-think closure of Newmarket's recycling site, district urges

03 March 2020

Pressure is increasing on a county council to re-open Newmarket’s recycling centre after a district leader backed bringing it back into use.


Newmarket Town Council calls for more accountability of members

Newmarket Town Council calls for more accountability of members

Newmarket Town Council calls for more accountability of members

12 February 2020

Town councillors have called for more accountability from members of the authority who are also district and county councillors.


Conservatives hold on to Newmarket county and district council seats

Conservatives hold on to Newmarket county and district council seats

Conservatives hold on to Newmarket county and district council seats

31 January 2020

Karen Soons and Andy Drummond have won district and county council seats left by Robin Millar, who resigned last year when he became an MP.


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.


Newmarket councillor 'disappointed' Tory candidate for district by-election not from town

Newmarket councillor 'disappointed' Tory candidate for district by-election not from town

Newmarket councillor 'disappointed' Tory candidate for district by-election not from town

10 January 2020

A Conservative town councillor said he was ‘disappointed’ that the candidate selected to fight a by-election does not live in the town.


New council HQ looks to the future

New council HQ looks to the future

New council HQ looks to the future

31 December 2019

Burwell’s county councillor Josh Schumann joined Cambridgeshire’s civic leaders as they celebrated the start of work on the county’s new hub.


Newmarket set to go the polls again in fourth election in the space of a year

Newmarket set to go the polls again in fourth election in the space of a year

Newmarket set to go the polls again in fourth election in the space of a year

20 December 2019

Newmarket residents are set to go back to the polls in the new year, with some set to cast three votes.


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.


Higher bills on way as Newmarket Town Council votes to hike charges by 14%

Higher bills on way as Newmarket Town Council votes to hike charges by 14%

Higher bills on way as Newmarket Town Council votes to hike charges by 14%

19 December 2019

Council tax payers in Newmarket will face higher bills next year after town councillors agreed unanimously to increase its charges.


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