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Firm to shed light on solar scheme

Firm to shed light on solar scheme

Firm to shed light on solar scheme

Residents are being asked for their views on proposals to set up the country’s biggest solar farm close to Newmarket.


'Large scale' solar farm in Soham gets green light

'Large scale' solar farm in Soham gets green light

'Large scale' solar farm in Soham gets green light

A major new solar farm in Soham could help power 9,000 houses after £600,000 funding was given the green light


Charge for brown bins set to rise in West Suffolk

Charge for brown bins set to rise in West Suffolk

Charge for brown bins set to rise in West Suffolk

An increase in collection charges for brown bin garden waste has been approved


James has signed up to save

James has signed up to save

James has signed up to save

James has signed up to save in Anglian Water's Newmarket-centred Greenredeem scheme


How to spend your Greenredeem rewards

How to spend your Greenredeem rewards

How to spend your Greenredeem rewards

Deputy editor Graham Turner has some Greenredeem points 'in the bank', so what can he do with them?


Tidy-up plea gets council backing

Tidy-up plea gets council backing

Tidy-up plea gets council backing

The owners of Newmarket’s former railway station have enlisted the support of the town council to press Network Rail to clear an area of undergrowth


Second consultation on sand and gravel sites in Suffolk

Second consultation on sand and gravel sites in Suffolk

Second consultation on sand and gravel sites in Suffolk

A second consultation has begun on Suffolk Couny Council's plan for the future of sand and gravel extraction in the county.


Sculpture unveiled at Yellow Brick Road

Sculpture unveiled at Yellow Brick Road

Sculpture unveiled at Yellow Brick Road

A Newmarket community group has marked a milestone for an important town green space with the unveiling of an ornamental gateway


Grass cutting a month behind

Grass cutting a month behind

Grass cutting a month behind

Grass cutting across the Forest Heath area is a month behind, leaving residents asking when the mowers will be in action

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