Signed shirts from Lionel Messi and Gareth Bale have raised thousands of pounds for two footballers who were injured in a crash.Read the full story ›
The former teammates of the two friends have been playing football matches at Abbey Stadium in Cambridge to raise money for their recovery.Read the full story ›
The former teammates of two friends who were injured in a hit-and-run have been playing football matches to raise money for their recovery.Read the full story ›
Millions of pounds are being bid at Newmarket's annual auction of young racehorses.Read the full story ›
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 Anglia's Matthew Hudson.
40-year-old Jan Adamec from Haverhill, has been sentenced to three years and four months in jail for causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
28-year-old Shaun Whiter was helping his friend, 30-year-old Joey Abbs, change a tyre on July 1 when a Ford Focus crashed into their cars. Shaun had to have both his legs amputated.
Adamec fled the scene of the collision and returned home to Shetland Road, Haverhill, leaving his two victims in a serious condition at the side of the road.
"Your reaction I can only describe as despicable. You did absolutely nothing to assist... You reversed and drove around the injured man... That was callous in the extreme."
“Adamec showed a complete disregard for other road users and acted in a cowardly manner when he decided to leave Shaun and Joey by the roadside who were in need of urgent medical care.
“This sentence should serve as a deterrent to those persons who treat the roads like a playground. I would like to remind everyone that if you are involved in a collision where injury is caused, you must stop at the scene and report the collision to police.”
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 ›