Barcelona star Lionel Messi has donated a signed shirt to help raise money for two footballers seriously injured in a crash.Read the full story ›
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.
There are calls for action to build new houses in Newmarket after a controversial plan for 400 homes was overturned by the Government.
Campaigners had argued that development at Hatchfield Farm would have a negative impact on the racing industry.
Now the local council says it's time to sit down and plan for the town's future.
A man who crashed into two footballers leaving one needing both legs amputated had pleaded guilty to dangerous drivingRead the full story ›
One of the footballers seriously injured in a hit and run in Newmarket last month has been given donations by a nearby speedway team.
Joey Abbs suffered serious leg injuries when he was hit by a car in July .
His friend, Shaun Whiter, lost both legs.
The Mildenhall Fen Tigers and their supporters raised more than £700 to help the pair recover.
A 40 year old man from Haverhill will appear in court this week charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Halstead Town will give their gate receipts for an FA Cup game on Sunday to two men who were seriously injured in a crash.Read the full story ›
A promising young footballer released by a club because he was too small is now carving out a new career in Newmarket as a jockey.Read the full story ›
A promising young footballer released by a club because he was too small, is now carving out a new career in Newmarket as a jockey.
At the age of 15, Jamie Parkes was 4'11", and had never ridden in his life.
But thanks to a suggestion by his football coach, he's on course to obtain his jockey's licence after working with Suffolk trainer Martyn Meade.
When people ask me who do you work for and I say Martyn Meade- they're like really? a young boy, but I'm really lucky and privileged to be working for someone such as the governor you know"
Ipswich legends Terry Butcher and Kieron Dyer will be putting on their boots once more to take on Newmarket Town in a special pre-season friendly.
The pair will be part of an Ipswich All Stars team to take on Newmarket Town on Sunday in a special charity match for Shaun Whiter and Joey Abbs.
The @official_itfc XI for Sunday's game for Shaun and Joey will be managed by Terry Butcher and captained by Kieron Dyer.
Shaun Whiter had to have both legs amputated, while Joey Abbs was also hurt following the collision on Dullingham Road near Newmarket.
The two men had stopped to try and change a tyre when another car crashed into them and drove off.
A man has been charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving and is now awaiting trial.
The football world has rallied round to help the pair. Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino wrote to Shaun to say what an inspiration he was.
The Ipswich game takes placxe on Sunday, with Gates opening at 12 and the first match kicking off at 1pm.
Check the Newmarket Town website for details.
Newmarket athlete Goldie Sayers has described the IOC's decision not to issue a blanket ban on Russian athletes ahead of the Rio Olympics as 'a massive opportunity missed.'
The eleven times British champion in women's javelin gave her reaction on national television this morning, after it was left for individual sporting federations to choose whether to ban Russian competitors.
I know the sacrifice and dedication it takes to make an Olympic games. I would love every athlete to boycott the games and to make a stand, but you can't do that when you've dedicated your life to perfecting your craft.
Sayers could be awarded a retrospective Bronze medal from the Beijing games because of a failed drugs test by a Russian athlete.
Speaking on Twitter Sayers said the IOC had the chance to honour the dedication and sacrifice clean athletes make to compete at the Olympics.
The IOC have missed the biggest moment in their history to honour the dedication & sacrifice clean athletes make to compete at the Olympics
Video report by ITV Anglia's Liz Summers.
A Suffolk coffee group have managed to pick up eight tonnes of litter after swapping gossip for gloves to help clean up their community.
Self proclaimed 'rubbish friends' Fiona, Etta and Julia from Newmarket used to meet up once a week for a catch up and some cake.
But a few years ago they had the idea of using that time to do something more productive - now the group has grown and they're out every Friday keeping the countryside clean.
"We were always talking about the litter in the countryside, which we just felt was getting worse and worse and one day we just said 'why don't we just go out and pick it up instead of sitting around moaning about it,' so that's what we did."