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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.


Not district’s job to ‘bail out’ Suffolk's waste recycling centre in Newmarket

Not district’s job to ‘bail out’ Suffolk's waste recycling centre in Newmarket

Not district’s job to ‘bail out’ Suffolk's waste recycling centre in Newmarket

18 December 2019

A council leader has said it is not the job of district authorities to bail out residents affected by the closure of a waste recycling centre.


Matt Hancock reports Labour activists to police after he claimed they 'hurled abuse' at campaign manager at Newmarket hustings

Matt Hancock reports Labour activists to police after he claimed they 'hurled abuse' at campaign manager at Newmarket hustings

Matt Hancock reports Labour activists to police after he claimed they 'hurled abuse' at campaign manager at Newmarket hustings

05 December 2019

Newmarket's Conservative candidate Matt Hancock has reported Labour activists to the police after he claimed they berated his campaign manager.


Labour's West Suffolk candidate calls on Matt Hancock to have a hustings in Newmarket

Labour's West Suffolk candidate calls on Matt Hancock to have a hustings in Newmarket

Labour's West Suffolk candidate calls on Matt Hancock to have a hustings in Newmarket

22 November 2019

The Labour candidate for West Suffolk has today called on her Conservative rival to hold a hustings event in Newmarket.


The candidates who will be fighting for your vote in December's general election have been announced

The candidates who will be fighting for your vote in December's general election have been announced

The candidates who will be fighting for your vote in December's general election have been announced

14 November 2019

Political parties in the area are gearing up for the first winter election campaign in 96 years.


Parking fines across Suffolk will be consistent when powers are introduced next year

Parking fines across Suffolk will be consistent when powers are introduced next year

Parking fines across Suffolk will be consistent when powers are introduced next year

13 November 2019

Motorists will face the same parking fines across the whole of Suffolk from early next year when stronger enforcement is due to take place.


Newmarket councillor to fight for Welsh parliamentary seat in upcoming general election

Newmarket councillor to fight for Welsh parliamentary seat in upcoming general election

Newmarket councillor to fight for Welsh parliamentary seat in upcoming general election

11 November 2019

Robin Millar, who is a member of West Suffolk Council and Suffolk County Council, is hoping to win the Aberconwy seat on December 12.


No alternative to £22k bin day letter, says West Suffolk Council

No alternative to £22k bin day letter, says West Suffolk Council

No alternative to £22k bin day letter, says West Suffolk Council

11 November 2019

A council has defended spending thousands of pounds sending letters to residents in Newmarket about bin collection dates which had not changed.


Newmarket's soapbox derby on track for second year

Newmarket's soapbox derby on track for second year

Newmarket's soapbox derby on track for second year

05 November 2019

The success of Newmarket’s first soapbox derby was underlined when final accounts for the event were revealed to town councillors.


Council set to go ahead with clock tower revamp

Council set to go ahead with clock tower revamp

Council set to go ahead with clock tower revamp

28 October 2019

A council has agreed to press on with a project to improve the look of the area around the town’s clock tower.


Newmarket Town Council by-election sees Conservatives lose control of authority

Newmarket Town Council by-election sees Conservatives lose control of authority

Newmarket Town Council by-election sees Conservatives lose control of authority

25 October 2019

The Conservatives have lost control of Newmarket Town Council after yesterday's by-election saw an independent winning a seat.


Vote day for vacant seat on Newmarket Town Council

Vote day for vacant seat on Newmarket Town Council

Vote day for vacant seat on Newmarket Town Council

24 October 2019

Voters go to the poll today to choose a new town councillor for Newmarket’s Scaltback ward.


Newmarket Town Council by-election sees Conservative control under threat

Newmarket Town Council by-election sees Conservative control under threat

Newmarket Town Council by-election sees Conservative control under threat

14 October 2019

The Tories, who earlier in the year had nine councillors on the council, are fighting to keep control of the authority.


This is how many Suffolk councils charge over the national average for brown bin collections

This is how many Suffolk councils charge over the national average for brown bin collections

This is how many Suffolk councils charge over the national average for brown bin collections

27 September 2019

Across the UK, 58 per cent of councils charge for disposing of domestic garden waste, with prices ranging from £22 to £96 a year.


Pledge by Newmarket MP Matt Hancock to tackle town crime

Pledge by Newmarket MP Matt Hancock to tackle town crime

Pledge by Newmarket MP Matt Hancock to tackle town crime

18 September 2019

Matt Hancock has pledged to lobby the Home Secretary to look at changes in the law to help police tackle the anti-social behaviour.


Cuts to Newmarket's children's centre branded 'immoral'

Cuts to Newmarket's children's centre branded 'immoral'

Cuts to Newmarket's children's centre branded 'immoral'

27 August 2019

Opposition is growing to plans to cut the opening hours of a children’s centre which one mother has described as ‘central to her survival’.


Newmarket residents, business owners, and councillors join together to tell Suffolk Police: "We want more officers on the street"

Newmarket residents, business owners, and councillors join together to tell Suffolk Police: "We want more officers on the street"

Newmarket residents, business owners, and councillors join together to tell Suffolk Police: "We want more officers on the street"

23 August 2019

Residents and business owners have said they have had to put up with an increasing amount of anti-social and often criminal behaviour.


Council under fire after spending £66,000 on report

Council under fire after spending £66,000 on report

Council under fire after spending £66,000 on report

16 August 2019

The company commissioned to carry out the report went into administration just days before it was published.


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