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Suffolk puts cash into drug driving fight

Suffolk Police has stepped up its drug driving campaign with a £120,000 investment in drug wipes.

Patient Safety Intervention Teams (PSIT) have gone live across the East of England Ambulance Service

Ambulance flying squads aim to keep 999 crews moving

Five specialist teams have been set up by East of England Ambulance Trust to go to hospital emergency departments who keep 999 crews waiting.

Lisa Rodriguez with her box of 338 cards

Lakenheath card challenge for family hospital charity

A demonstrator for an American greetings card craft accessories company put her skills to good use for charity.

Some of West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust's long service volunteer award winners and student volunteers

West Suffolk Hospital in national project to boost NHS volunteering

West Suffolk Hospital is one of 12 NHS trusts helping to create a national ‘best practise model’ for volunteers in hospitals.

Chart topping Craig David is best known for hit song 7 Days.

Craig David set to headline Newmarket Nights in 2018

Chart topping singer Craig David has been announced as the first headline artist for next year's Newmarket Nights.

If you know anything about this incident call Bury St Edmunds CID on 101, quoting 37/77958/17

Man forced to hand over valuables at knife point in Newmarket robbery

A man was threatened with a knife and forced to hand over valuables in Newmarket on Wednesday.

The grotto last year, in Newmarket's Memorial Hall

Our Santa sidelined, claim Newmarket Lions

One of Newmarket’s best known fund-raising groups will not be taking part in this weekend’s Winter Wonderland event because, they claim, they have been sidelined by the organisers.

Pupils were jumping for joy when they spent a day at the heritage centre

Newmarket Montessori pupils swap their classroom for town’s National Horseracing Heritage Centre

Youngsters from Newmarket’s Colourbox Montessori school swapped their classroom for Palace House on Wednesday when they spent the day at the town’s National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.

Scenes from last year's Winter Wonderland lantern parade

All set for Newmarket's winter wonderland

Newmarket will be transformed into a winter wonderland this weekend as the town becomes a hive of festivities.

The former head with pupils and staff

Ex-head teacher entertains Fordham pupils at launch of his first children's book

Former headteacher Kevin Bullock was back at Fordham Primary School for the launch of his first children’s book.

Most lads wanted to take part in the stable lads' boxing and took every opportunity to get some sparring in

Is there an appetite to bring back boxing to the stables?

Seventeen years ago when the last bell was rung, and the final punches thrown, it seemed the stable lads’ boxing tournament had been consigned to the annals of Turf history.

Communities secretary Sajid Javid said that the merged council would 'better serve communities' and has 'strong local support'

Government gives nod to new West Suffolk council

Merging two councils, one of which covers Newmarket and Mildenhall, would be “likely to improve local government in the area” according a senior government minister.

Michael Haydon, 70, with two of his children photographed when the Journal first reported on his issues with the Home Office last month

Visa victory to reunite Kentford family

A Kentford family will be starting a new life together in 2018 after a long wait for a visa which has seen them living on different continents for the past year.

Wyndham Way residents Len Amos and Colin Lawrence are calling for the county council to repair their footpath

Newmarket residents on the war path over 'dangerous' walkway

Angry Newmarket residents are demanding that their crumbling and dangerous footpaths are fixed.

Ofsted have said that they will be taking the owners registration away, a move she has vowed to fight against

Burwell pre-school owner appeals against Ofsted decision in battle to save nursery

The owner of a Burwell Pre-School has vowed to fight an Ofsted decision to cancel her registration after inspectors said she was no longer suitable to provide childcare.

The late night shopping event in November was held at the same time as Newmarket's Christmas light switch on

Late night shopping comes back to Newmarket tonight

Shoppers have waited 10 years for a late night Christmas shopping event in Newmarket – and then two come along in the space of a month.

District Judge Timothy King said: There was a significant risk of harm to individuals.

Ex-jockey's £33,000 bill for safety breaches at shared Newmarket houses

A rogue landlord who exposed his tenants to significant risk has been ordered by a judge to pay nearly £33,000 following a prosecution by Forest Heath District Council.

Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Controversial school transport plans to go to public consultation

Controversial plans which could see 3700 children lose their free school transport in an attempt to cut spending will go to public consultation next week.

The A14 came to a standstill this morning

3 vehicle crash on A14 outside Newmarket causes hour delay for commuters

Three vehicles have collided on the A14 outside Newmarket, causing tailbacks of over an hour for commuters.

Police urge residents to be cautious following a distraction burglary in Newmarket yesterday

Police warning about distraction burglaries in Newmarket

Police are warning residents to be alert following a distraction burglary in Newmarket.

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