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New street lights for county roads

New street lights for county roads

New street lights for county roads

Multi-million pound plans to overhaul Suffolk’s street lighting with LED lights have been given the nod by county chiefs.


Highways England announce A14 will reopen six months early

Highways England announce A14 will reopen six months early

Highways England announce A14 will reopen six months early

The improved A14 will open to motorists this spring - six months earlier than originally planned, Highways England has said.


Rowdiness on race days is issue at Newmarket railway station

Rowdiness on race days is issue at Newmarket railway station

Rowdiness on race days is issue at Newmarket railway station

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.


Newmarket's police handed out about 100 tickets to illegally parked drivers last month

Newmarket's police handed out about 100 tickets to illegally parked drivers last month

Newmarket's police handed out about 100 tickets to illegally parked drivers last month

Newmarket's police handed out about 100 tickets to illegally parked motorists last month.


End in sight for Newmarket's parking free-for-all

End in sight for Newmarket's parking free-for-all

End in sight for Newmarket's parking free-for-all

Inconsiderate drivers who ignore parking restrictions in Newmarket will soon run the risk of being fined.


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.


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