Reporter Rhoda Morrison reflects on life before lockdown and the changes we could make once it's all over.
A third patient at West Suffolk Hospital who tested positive for coronavirus has died - as the hospital treats more people with the virus.
Parking charges in all Newmarket car parks are being temporarily suspended to support key workers and volunteers in the current COVID-19 crisis.
A council is suspending its brown bin garden waste collection during the coronavirus pandemic.
The health secretary and MP for West Suffolk confirmed his diagnosis just one hour after Boris Johnson announced he also had the virus.
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A Newmarket mother whose baby son was stillborn a year ago has marked his birthday by raising funds for a baby loss counselling charity.
A council is urging businesses to take up £32m in grants to help them survive the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Government has clarified which businesses can stay open during the UK-wide lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus.
Police have issued photographs of two men they want to identify in connection with a brawl in a Newmarket pub last month.
A police car has been vandalised in West Row after someone jumped on its windscreen and roof.
A 79-year-old man was standing in the foyer area of the building, where he had his wallet stolen from out of his pocket.
Just before 7.40pm at the High Street's Waggon and Horses there was an argument between a group of men in the yard area of the pub.
Parking charges rises due to come into force in Newmarket next month have been shelved.
Multi-million pound plans to overhaul Suffolk’s street lighting with LED lights have been given the nod by county chiefs.
The improved A14 will open to motorists this spring - six months earlier than originally planned, Highways England has said.
Racecourse officials have pledged to work with residents close to the station in a bid to find a solution to problems caused by rowdy racegoers.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has today revealed a grant of up to £2,500 a month for self-employed people but they can't get it until June.
Pressure is increasing on a county council to re-open Newmarket’s recycling centre after a district leader backed bringing it back into use.
Town councillors have called for more accountability from members of the authority who are also district and county councillors.
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