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In this week's Newmarket Journal a family has spoken of their heartbreak after two of their beloved pets were snatched from a boarding kennels just hours after they left them to go on holiday.

Also in this week's paper, West Suffolk Council bosses have outlined the challenges the authority faces as it fights against coronavirus.

And a town councillor has raised concerns about the future of Newmarket's children's centre after Suffolk County Council's plans to revamp it were pulled at the last minute because of a paperwork error.

Newmarket Journal, July 16 2020 (38581314)
Newmarket Journal, July 16 2020 (38581314)

Outside of Newmarket developers want to more than triple the number of houses on land near Soham's new railway station, and in Burwell the parish council is appealing to residents to send in their thoughts about a project to update its Gardiner Memorial Hall.

In sport a Newmarket Town player has been handed a suspension after breaching the FA's betting rules, Pin Money has his tips for the week's races, and cricket returns.

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