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MERCEDES BRINGS ITS 'A' GAME - Newmarket Journal
The improved third generation Mercedes A-Class distils the essence of its famous brand and puts it into a compact five-door hatch. Offering distinctive looks and a quality feel, the miniature Merc has proved a hit with consumers, but it's needed to up its ...
Duchess of Cambridge portrait photos go on public display - Newmarket Journal
Two new portrait photographs of a beaming Duchess of Cambridge will go on public display from Sunday. Kate is shown looking casual and relaxed in the pictures, taken in the Norfolk countryside earlier this year, in a marked departure from more formal ...
Stars turn out for funeral of 'unforgettable' music producer David Gest - Newmarket Journal
Flowers in the shape of a musical note and the words Unforgettable, That's What You Are adorned the coffin of David Gest as stars including Kerry Katona, Kym Marsh and Darren Day gathered for his funeral. Gest, 62, was a music producer and the former ...
Snowfall and sleet cause disruption ahead of bank holiday weekend - Newmarket Journal
An unseasonal mix of snowfall and sleet has caused disruption to those making an early start to the May Day bank holiday weekend. Flights were cancelled and delayed for passengers after six inches (15cm) of snow fell at Leeds Bradford Airport overnight ...
Record 440,000 hospital admissions due to obesity in 2014/15 - Newmarket Journal
There are now more hospital admissions than ever before due to obesity, according to a new report. There were 440,288 admissions to England's hospitals in 2014/15 where obesity was the main reason for a person being admitted or was a secondary factor.
Agbonlahor steps down as captain and says sorry, while Villa fine and warn him - Newmarket Journal
Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor has quit as the club's captain with immediate effect and apologised for his recent actions. The forward has also been hit with a substantial fine and been reminded of his responsibilities by the club, who have now ...
Jeremy Corbyn denies Labour crisis after Ken Livingstone suspended - Newmarket Journal
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has denied his party is in crisis, after Ken Livingstone was suspended by Labour for "bringing the party into disrepute" over comments about Hitler. The party is launching an investigation into the former London mayor's conduct ...
Robins make immediate return as winning run seals promotion - Newmarket Journal
Ely City secured an immediate return to the Premier Division with a 12th successive victory by overcoming Leiston Reserves in a hard-fought win. The game got off to the best possible start for Ely as they took the lead after only three minutes. Alex ...
You did a good job, ex-South Yorkshire officers told amid Hillsborough backlash - Newmarket Journal
A group of retired South Yorkshire Police officers who served in the 1980s have reportedly been told they "did a good job" as the force faces criticism in the wake of the Hillsborough inquests. The former officers were told they had tried to act with ...
Labour MP Naz Shah suspended amid anti-Semitism furore - Newmarket Journal
Labour has suspended MP Naz Shah over the latest anti-Semitism row to hit the party. The West Bradford MP was stripped of the parliamentary whip and barred from party activity pending an investigation of her behaviour - which David Cameron branded racist.
Graham Rowntree 'genuinely delighted' when England won Six Nations Grand Slam - Newmarket Journal
Graham Rowntree insists he was "genuinely delighted" at England's Six Nations Grand Slam, despite admitting frustrations to be watching from the sidelines and not coaching. Rowntree hailed Eddie Jones' "great job" in dragging England out of their post ...
Wladimir Klitschko hits out at Tyson Fury over comments - Newmarket Journal
Wladimir Klitschko hit out at Tyson Fury over his remarks about homosexuals and women at a lively press conference on Wednesday that also saw the British fighter strip off his shirt and taunt his opponent for losing to a "fat man". Fury, who beat Ukrainian ...
British Cycling suspend Shane Sutton following discrimination claims - Reports - Newmarket Journal
British Cycling has suspended technical director Shane Sutton following allegations of discriminatory behaviour, according to reports in a number of national newspapers. The governing body launched an independent review on Tuesday evening after claims of ...
Prince 'not thought to have left behind will' - Newmarket Journal
Prince is not thought to have left behind a will following his sudden death, according to court documents filed by the music superstar's sister. Tyka Nelson has asked for a special administrator to be appointed to oversee the musician's estate after his ...
Rafael Nadal asks tennis governing body to make his drug test results public - Newmarket Journal
Rafael Nadal has written a personal letter to the International Tennis Federation asking for all of his drug test results to be made public. Nadal took legal action on Monday against a former French government minister Roselyne Bachelot who claimed the ...