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Council to take on fines for parking early next year

Council to take on fines for parking early next year

Council to take on fines for parking early next year

Parking fines will be the same across the whole of Suffolk from early next year when enforcement is set to come into force.


Disgruntled rail passengers welcome welcome surprise introduction of new trains

Disgruntled rail passengers welcome welcome surprise introduction of new trains

Disgruntled rail passengers welcome welcome surprise introduction of new trains

“I thought I was dreaming,” said Sammi Haine, who has commuted into work daily on the old two-carriage 7.52am train from Newmarket.


Parking powers set to be handed to Suffolk's councils early next year

Parking powers set to be handed to Suffolk's councils early next year

Parking powers set to be handed to Suffolk's councils early next year

The transfer of civil parking enforcement powers in Suffolk from police to councils is set to be rubber-stamped in January.


Call for upgrade of bus services to ‘let down’ villages surrounding Newmarket

Call for upgrade of bus services to ‘let down’ villages surrounding Newmarket

Call for upgrade of bus services to ‘let down’ villages surrounding Newmarket

A campaign for a better bus service for villagers living between Newmarket and Cambridge has been launched.


Network Rail cancels March public enquiry into Newmarket's Weatherby Crossing and demands 4 day hearing

Network Rail cancels March public enquiry into Newmarket's Weatherby Crossing and demands 4 day hearing

Network Rail cancels March public enquiry into Newmarket's Weatherby Crossing and demands 4 day hearing

The public inquiry over whether Newmarket’s much-used railway foot crossing should stay open has been cancelled.


Appeal for Network Rail to make ‘vital’ improvements to Newmarket's trains

Appeal for Network Rail to make ‘vital’ improvements to Newmarket's trains

Appeal for Network Rail to make ‘vital’ improvements to Newmarket's trains

Appeal for Network Rail to make ‘vital’ improvements to Newmarket's trains


Fight to keep Newmarket's rail crossing open goes on

Fight to keep Newmarket's rail crossing open goes on

Fight to keep Newmarket's rail crossing open goes on

Campaigners battling to keep Newmarket’s much-used railway foot crossing open are facing another public inquiry next year.


Newmarket's railway station to get £15,000 cycling boost

Newmarket's railway station to get £15,000 cycling boost

Newmarket's railway station to get £15,000 cycling boost

Newmarket's cyclists are set to benefit from an extra 50 spaces at the town's railway station as part of a push to improve cycling facilities.


County councillors to get £26,666 to fund minor highways projects in budget upgrade

County councillors to get £26,666 to fund minor highways projects in budget upgrade

County councillors to get £26,666 to fund minor highways projects in budget upgrade

Plans to make minor highways projects like 20mph zones, pedestrian crossings and double yellow lines easier to carry out have been given approval.


Town’s most dangerous horse crossings finally made safer

Town’s most dangerous horse crossings finally made safer

Town’s most dangerous horse crossings finally made safer

Two new sets of traffic lights designed to improve safety for riders, horses and motorists are now operational


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