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The fire service has praised quick-thinking staff at a pub in March after they helped extinguish a blaze in its kitchen.

Pigeons Farm in Thorney is to close its doors for good.

Two heroic teenagers from March who ignored warnings to stay in shallow water during a seaside camp in order to save a 10-year-old boy from being swept out to sea are to receive national life-saving awards.

A man from March has described leaping out of a plane to raise money for charity as the “most amazing experience of his life.”

A man from Whittlesey has returned to Fenland after trekking almost 200 miles across the UK – all in the name of charity.

Fenland Council has taken action against two of its top councillors for unpaid council tax, this paper can reveal today.

A former Cromwell Community College student has conquered a lengthy battle of living with physical disabilities by climbing the Great Wall of China.

A teary Murrow woman says she has struggled to sleep at night ever since her beloved cat, Genie, went missing 14 days ago.

Two heroic teenagers who ignored warnings to stay in shallow water during a seaside camp in order to save a 10-year-old boy from being swept out to sea are to receive top national life-saving awards.

Peterborough News

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Four volunteer life-savers are celebrating having passed training to become community first responders (CFR).

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Four people were arrested in Leverington on Sunday after ten people got into a fight.

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Two care workers are due to appear in court charged with the ill treatment and neglect of an elderly woman in their care.

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A Norfolk farmer jailed for his part in a road crash in which a woman died has been freed by judges after an appeal against his conviction.

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Two Fenland sisters walked for ‘a world without dementia’ in memory of their granddad.

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The future of outpatients clinics at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Ely and Doddington Hospital have been secured.

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A nine year plan of promises for better train travel for passengers across the Fens, Ely and beyond will make people feel “a touch pampered” - providing it happens, says a rail users campaign group.

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We’ve now reached the third instalment of our A-Z of Ipswich looking at the history of our most distinguished residents and iconic buildings.

Schools, salons, retirement homes and businesses baked cakes and served teas and coffees in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

More than 70 scarecrows were on display around Uphill last weekend.

A mother and her friend have shaved their heads following the death of a beloved 21-year-old from cancer.

Children from two Suffolk primary schools had a “whale of a time” racing around a playing field to help fight cancer.

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