Police have issued an e-fit likeness of a man they would like to speak to following an aggravated burglary in Newmarket.
A house on Lowther Street was broken into at around 12.20am on Tuesday 19 May. The person inside the house was woken up and threatened with a crowbar. A small amount of cash was stolen.
The suspect is described as a white man, aged in his thirties to forties, between 5ft 10in and 6ft tall, of slim build, and clean shaven. He was wearing a dark blue coloured ‘bomber-style’ jacket, a black beanie hat and orange gloves and spoke with an Eastern European accent.
Anyone who recognises this man, or who has any information about this incident, is asked to contact the Bury St Edmunds Priority Crime Team on 101 quoting reference NE/15/872, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Newmarket's place as the home of racing could be under threat if plans to build 400 homes at Hatchfield Farm in the town go ahead - that according to a leading trainer.
John Gosden says that the town is at a delicate balance, and any more building work would threaten the future of racing in the town.
An inquiry into the application is ongoing.
Newmarket Racecourse has announced the latest act to perform as part of its summer series of concerts.
Supergroup McBusted will make an appearance on Saturday August 29.
Tickets go on sale this Friday.
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The horse racing industry in Newmarket has welcomed new proposals to change betting laws announced in George Osborne's budget.
Currently if bets are placed online, bookmakers who operate abroad don't have to pay anything to the racing industry.
But new laws proposed by the Chancellor could change that, meaning more money will go into the racing infrastructure. And that could mean more jobs here in our region.
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The firm behind an £8 million solar farm near Newmarket says large sites in the countryside, like theirs, are an inefficient way of creating electricity.
The company says around two thirds of the energy created by the site at Red Lodge is lost when it's transported.
Tim Dobson, from Switch 2 Renewable, says that means it's not producing enough electricity to be useful to the National Grid.
"The networks can't rely really on renewable energy that goes up and down.
It's all about having reliable energy because the grid is so old and, particularly between 4 o'clock and 7 o'clock where they really need capacity, they need to be able to rely on that so they rely on other sources.
So solar probably doesn't really help that at the moment."
Staff at Newmarket Racecourse say that they've been stunned by the "unprecedented" demand for Kylie Minogue tickets.
All 22,000 tickets for the Australian singer's performance on June 19 sold out in just 30 minutes.
To put that in perspective, the previous record was the three weeks that it took to sell the same number of tickets for Jessie J's gig in 2012.
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"It's been an incredibly busy day.
It's been unprecedented demand for Newmarket Racecourse. We went on general sale, and we sold out in 30 minutes.
We've been doing these nights for 25 years, and we've never seen such a demand for an artist."
Tickets for Australian pop sensation Kylie Minogue's performance at Newmarket Racecourse have sold out - in less than an hour.
The tickets went on sale earlier this morning, but were quickly snapped up by excited fans.
46-year-old Minogue is opening this year’s Newmarket Nights concerts on Friday 19 June.
One man's mistake with his visa renewal has led to the threat of immediate deportation, tearing him away from his family.
Former US Air Force serviceman Brian Crane has lived in the UK for 15 years.
He shares his home in Newmarket with his British born wife and son.
He says he forgot to renew his visa which allows him to stay in the UK and now the authorities could turn up to deport him at any moment.
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A woman from Newmarket has pledged to run the London Marathon - despite shattering her ankle in a riding accident. Cat Elliott is raising money for the MAGPAS Helimedix who flew in and gave the emergency treatment that meant she could walk again.
Cat has two metal plates and 11 screws holding her right ankle together but the 40 year old is determined she will complete all 26.2 miles of the London Marathon in April.