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Sainsbury’s bid to open a store in Whittlesey looked increasingly fragile tonight after their late efforts to overturn “onerous” planning conditions were rejected by Fenland District Council.

Kamel Bourgass

Two high-profile terrorist prisoners, including one held in Cambridgeshire, who were segregated for extended periods have won challenges at the UK’s highest court.

Councillor Kay Mayor.

A councillor says her decision to stand down from Fenland District Council’s plannning committee was not “entirely” down to the decision to approve the controversial Showfields application last week.

Heritage Lottery Fund

The experiences of teenage evacuees living in Fenland during the Second World War will be the focus of a project made possible by a £40,900 Heritage Lottery Fund grant.

Maxey auction team

The new National Living Wage has dealt a hammer blow to a Wisbech auction house which is blaming the compulsory pay rise for a decision to close this autumn.

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March ABC boxers and coaches worked with the Great Britain boxing squad at the English Institute of Sport.

Boxers and coaches from March ABC got the chance to learn from the best in the country when they visited the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.

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Cavalry Primary School, March. Head teacher Val Spriggs at her retirement assembly. Picture: Steve Williams.

Amazing adventures are in store for a March head teacher who this week retired after 21 years.

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