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Yesterday, 18:40

A delivery driver was forced to ‘walk the line’ today after being stopped in March on suspicion of being under the influence of drugs.

Symian Traer-Goffe

A police officer has been acquitted on two counts of misconduct in public office.

A collection of rifles that was discovered at a property in Soham this morning.

Police arrested a man in Soham today for drug offences - and confiscated a mini arsenal of weapons after revoking his firearms certificate.

Andrew Jarvis

Police have this afternoon named Andrew Jarvis as the man who died after his car crashed into a water filled ditch on Tuesday morning.

Top image for March Camera Club

An image of a moored boat has got local photographic judges misty eyed and has helped March Camera Club gain recognition in two inter-club competitions this week.

March Santa Run

Santa will be making his way through town next weekend when the March Santa Run returns.

Marina and the Diamonds

Part Kate Bush, with her eccentric stage presence and flowing outfit choices; a hint of Lana Del Rey’s melodramatic storytelling and a good dose of Charli XCX emoji inducing pop hits, Marina and the Diamonds live show is never dull.

Capture scam

Computer owners are being warned about a new scam after a member of the public reported an incident to March police station this morning (Thursday).

Peterborough News

Yesterday, 16:37

A police officer has been acquitted on two counts of misconduct in public office.

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Abellio Greater Anglia has warned that the services are expected to be disrupted until 7pm.

“Continually late services”, “gross overcrowding” and fallen leaves causing wheel damage are among many problems causing daily nightmares for Ely commuters.

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Lancaster Way Business Park

A cluster of development sites, including Lancaster Way Business Park in Ely, are celebrating after being awarded Enterprise Zone status thanks to the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

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Former Chatteris Community College head boy Mike Smith wins an inspirational teacher award

A former head boy of Chatteris Community College has been named the most inspirational teacher in Lincolnshire.

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CEO Sandie Foxall-Smith (standing right) with staff at one of the celebratory tea parties at Oaklands in Walsoken

A supported living service in Walsoken which supports people with learning disabilities and mental health needs joined in a nationwide celebration of 105 tea parties around the UK.

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Vytautas Jokubauskas

A Peterborough man has been jailed for a minimum of 20 years for butchering his female partner so brutally that when police found the body in a suitcase it was armless, legless and headless.

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Sketch made 21 years ago following eye witness account of seeing two youths emerging from copse where Rikki's body was found

A fresh witness has told the major crimes unit investigating the murder of Rikki Neave of seeing two youths pushing a buggy with “an oversized boy” in it on the night the six year-old was murdered.

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Crimestoppers £10,000 reward to find killer of Rikki Neave

Independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers is today offering a reward of up to £10,000 for information on the murder of Rikki Neave over 20 years after his body was found in Peterborough.

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Rikki Neave.

An estimated five millions viewers are expected to tune in to BBC Crimewatch on Monday as police reveal “exclusive new leads” in the hunt to find who killed six-year-old Rikki Neave nearly 21 years ago.

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Yesterday, 17:28

Police arrested a man in Soham today for drug offences - and confiscated a mini arsenal of weapons after revoking his firearms certificate.

Harry and Kate are two of the most starved dogs taken in by Ravenswood Pet Rescue which has foster carers in Wisbech and March

Two dogs that are among the most starved animals seen by Ravenswood Pet Rescue have caused such a stir on social media they will make a special appearance for people to meet them at the weekend.

EDP 2015 Tourism awards at Potters leisure resort.

A glittering awards dinner has celebrated the very best of Norfolk’s tourism industry.

1st Harpenden Brownies at Christmas Carnival

The whole community came together on Sunday for Harpenden’s Christmas Carnival.

Pupils of the Cromer Academy cluster schools take part in building their own town out of Lego. Rose Neal and Scarlet Bishop-Howes.


Hundreds of schoolchildren have been making cities out of building bricks this week as part of a fun project with a range of educational benefits.

Agriculture News

Thursday, November 12, 2015

An “apocalyptic wasteland” is how Perce Baxter describes the straw bale holding site that’s piling higher and higher, just two fields away from the bungalow he and his wife Ruby have lived in for 18 years.

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