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Holiday With Us is calling for donations of food, toys and toiletries to fill its charity Christmas hampers.

A mum of two from the Fens is the first patient in 18 years to be invited to speak at an international conference of medical experts.

Santa Claus is coming back to March, yep, it’s that time already. Here’s everything you need to know about his tour of the town.

Firefighters were called to a house in March after the home owner’s tumble dryer caught fire.

A 96-year-old artist is to hold his 51st exhibition at The Old Fire Engine House in Ely later this month.

Students experienced what the descent back to earth was like for British astronaut Tim Peake when a virtual reality bus visited a Wisbech school.

Ian Mason, the curator of Chatteris museum, presented an enthusiastic and enjoyable hands-on talk to The March Society about Anglo-Saxon Chatteris.

Broken glass and bottles of sauce have been left splattered across a new play area in March that was opened just two weeks ago.

Students at Ely College are on track to be tomorrow’s engineers after designing and racing their own electric cars.

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Yesterday, 15:21

Students experienced what the descent back to earth was like for British astronaut Tim Peake when a virtual reality bus visited a Wisbech school.

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Forty-five wreaths - more than any previous year - were laid in Chatteris for Remembrance Sunday 2018.

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A 91-year-old woman suffering from dementia was robbed of more than £10,000 from her hospital bed just weeks before she died.

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A woman has died following a crash on the B1095 between Peterborough and Pondersbridge yesterday morning (November 12).

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A Labour MP plotted with her brother to evade a speeding prosecution by claiming a Russian man had been behind the wheel, a court has heard.

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Footage has emerged of three men police would like to speak to in connection with an assault outside an Irish pub in Cambridgeshire.

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Drivers and cyclists in the east of the region will benefit from better roads, thanks to a £54.7 million investment in repairs, the roads minister has announced.

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Silence fell as Whittlesey marked 100 years since the end of the First World War.

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A long-standing newsagent from Haddenham who was also a keen sportswoman has passed away at the age of 94.

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These spectacular pictures were taken by Cambridge Independent photographer Keith Heppell at Anglesey Abbey’s Winter Lights festival, which runs until November 25.

Thousands paid their respects on Remembrance Sunday as Brentwood commemorated those who had sacrificed their lives for their country.

Cambridge fell silent on Remembrance Sunday to honour the sacrifices of servicemen and women, as the city marked 100 years since Armistice Day.

More than 170 people attended the inaugural Indies – the Bishop’s Stortford Independent Community, Business and Sport Awards.

Bishop’s Stortford’s community heroes, business champions and sport stars were recognised and rewarded in a glitzy ceremony on Thursday (Nov 8) hosted by the Bishop’s Stortford Independent.

Agriculture News

Thursday, November 8, 2018

A 42-year-old man and 35-year-old woman have been arrested on suspicion of human trafficking offences in the Fens.

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Plans to improve road safety by removing slow-moving vehicles from fastest routes sparked a surge in conversation from our readers.

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Guy Shropshire, the inspirational farmer, agricultural innovator and founder of the G’s Group, one of Europe’s leading salad and vegetable suppliers, has died just short of his 93rd birthday.

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