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Yesterday, 17:29

Two Wisbech men who suffered fatal injuries in a crash on the A47 have been named.

Today’s meeting of the general purposes committee of Cambridgeshire County Council is preparing the coming year’s budget. The Tory controlled council will approve a rise of 2.9 per cent. Here the leader explains why.

Firefighters from Ely, Wisbech, Whittlesey and March were awarded for their innovation, leadership and exemplary service at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.

Nursing staff who lobbied MP Steve Barclay, a newly appointed health minister, revealed 425 signed postcards have been delivered to his constituency office from those opposed to the pay cap on wages.

An 18-year-old man wanted by police in connection with a kidnapping has been named one of Cambridgeshire’s ‘most wanted’.

The county council says it will make the Traffic Commissioners aware of a major investigation being undertaken into the Fenland Association of Community Transport (FACT) when they decide on whether to allow them operator licences to run commercial services through new limited companies.

Age has overtaken the wooden skate park in Waterlees, Wisbech, and it has now been dismantled and removed amidst hopes that a replacement is affordable.

A joint milestone birthday party has helped to raise hundreds of pounds to support the cancer patients at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.

The Horsefair Shopping Centre has been awarded the safer parking scheme’s “park mark” for the second year running.

Peterborough News

Yesterday, 10:35

Today’s meeting of the general purposes committee of Cambridgeshire County Council is preparing the coming year’s budget. The Tory controlled council will approve a rise of 2.9 per cent. Here the leader explains why.

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Firefighters from Ely, Wisbech, Whittlesey and March were awarded for their innovation, leadership and exemplary service at the annual Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards.

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An 18-year-old man wanted by police in connection with a kidnapping has been named one of Cambridgeshire’s ‘most wanted’.

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A motorist has had a lucky escape after their vehicle left the road and ended up on its roof in a ditch.

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It is one of the jewels in the Fenland crown – the sprawling bird watching, fossil hunting, and pond dipping Kings Dyke Nature Reserve – and now a trio of local councils have decided its time to plan its future.

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Four Cambridgeshire criminals have been made to pay back almost £500,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) following investigations by the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU).

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Cambs Police have issued a warning on social media to “drive carefully” after many Fenland roads are covered in ice.

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A Wisbech man was ordered to undertake 200 hours of unpaid community work and pay costs of over £3,000 after being found guilty of selling counterfeit cigarettes from his Wisbech shop.

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Ned was born at 28 weeks weighing just 1.2kilos

He had a life-threatening grade four bleed on the brain, sepsis and needed resuscitating and ventilating.

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Yesterday, 14:30

The Duchess of Cambridge has said she is committed to helping the “youngest and most vulnerable” in society as she visited a Kingsbury primary school to launch a mental health website.

This week’s Cornwall and Devon League, Devon One and Devon Two round-up

Beer Albion defeated visiting Witheridge Reserves at the Furzebrake in one of only six games to beat the weather across the nine divisions of the Macron League on the third Saturday of 2018, writes Richard Honnor.

The year of 2017 proved to a be a very productive one for members of Exmouth Sea Angling Association with a number of long standing club records being broken and a new club record being added, as well as many personal bests being landed, writes Tim Clotworthy.

A musical variety group that spent more than 50 years performing in hospitals and care homes, still meets up to reminisce about the days of musical festivities and fundraising.

Agriculture News

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Stephen Ripley has told East Cambs planners his business could be threatened if he is forced to remove three mobile homes that house up to 15 eastern European workers.

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