A Newmarket Town footballer who went to help a friend in a broken-down car has lost his legs after a hit-and-run driver crashed into them.Read the full story ›
Police in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire are hunting a hit-and-run motorist who crashed into two parked cars and left the drivers with serious injuries.
The incident happened in Newmarket on Friday 1 July. The two drivers are being treated in Addenbrooke's hospital in Cambridge. One of the men had to have both his legs amputated beneath the knees.
A silver Vauxhall Astra had pulled over on Dullingham Road with a flat tyre and a black BMW had stopped to help. A Ford Focus then hit the cars and left the scene of the accident.
“This was a serious collision and has sadly resulted in life changing injuries for the driver of the BMW.
“I am particularly keen to speak to the driver of the Ford Focus who did not remain at the scene.”
"Anyone with information or who witnessed the collision is asked to call police on 101."
Former Newmarket jockey Kieren Fallon has announced his retirement from Horse Racing at the age of 51.
The six-time champion jockey worked for legendary trainer Henry Cecil while he was based in Suffolk.
He went on to rack up 16 British Classic winners, including the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on five occasions.
He was famously cleared of race fixing in 2007.
His current trainer Michael O'Callaghan announced the news that Fallon was calling it a day this morning, claiming that a fall on the gallops last week was key to his decision to quit.
A huge event is taking place in Newmarket, Suffolk today (30 June) to get more young people to pursue a career in science.
The Big Bang Fair Eastern will give hundreds of secondary school students lectures and hands on workshops to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.
Newmarket javelin thrower Goldie Sayers has backed the IAAF's decision to uphold a ban preventing Russia from competing in the Olympics.Read the full story ›
The parents of the UK's youngest organ donor say they were overwhelmed to receive a letter from the Prime Minister praising their "extraordinary courage".
Emma and Drew Lee from Newmarket donated baby Hope's kidneys just hours after she died at 74-minutes-old last year. Her twin survived.
They have since campaigned to implement an 'opt out donor policy' in England and Wales which means people will automatically be organ donors unless they object.
Newmarket javelin thrower Goldie Sayers could finally get an Olympic bronze after a Russian athlete reportedly failed a drugs test.Read the full story ›
Chart-topping producer Mark Ronson has announced he will be playing at Newmarket Racecourse this summer.
The 'Uptown Funk' star will be bringing his acclaimed set to Suffolk on Friday August 5 to complete this year's Newmarket Nights line-up.
Busted and Jess Glynne are among the other acts who will be performing at the racecourse in July and August.
We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Mark Ronson to Newmarket Racecourses for the first time.
This really is the cherry on the top of what is set to be a fantastic summer on the Adnams July Course, adding further to the celebrations around the 350th anniversary in Newmarket this year.
Tickets go on sale at 8am on Friday (May 20) while pre-sale will be available on Wednesday (18 May).
Grammy award winner Jess Glynne has announced she's donating part of her fee for appearing at Newmarket his summer to a racehorse charity. The concert at the racecourse in August is already sold out - and the singer says she'll be donating the money to 'Retraining of Racehorses'.
It's the official equine charity responsible for safeguarding the welfare of former racehorses.
Newmarket is celebrating its 350th anniversary and the home of Horseracing is asking people to share their most treasured moments online.
All the content collected will be given to the new National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art to use in years to come.
The memories will be collated on a special interactive timeline,