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Yesterday, 10:56

East Cambs Council has refused permission to Paul Kenyon to extend his riverside pub The Three Pickerels at Mepal into a hotel.

Two residents at a Wisbech care home celebrated their 100th and 102nd birthdays at the weekend with a summer tea party – and a surprise visit from the town’s mayor.

Two thirds of prisoners at Whitemoor prison in March have admitted to feeling unsafe, according to the HM Inspectorate of Prisons.

A street drinking culture in Wisbech is set to be tackled head on thanks to two projects to reduce the impact of migration on communities in Fenland.

A local goal-scoring duo have put their talents to good use by raising £400 for the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough.

A woman had a lucky escape this morning after a crash involving a lorry and a car in Histon.

A family, who said a disabled bathroom conversion by a local tradesman looked like a five year old had done it, have been rescued by a charity who have paid to fix the mess.

Scam crackdown talks have been taking place across the region to educate elderly and vulnerable people against frauds including bank and IT scams.

The youngest winner has been announced for the Coates Citizen of the Year award for her commitment to fund raising.

Peterborough News

Yesterday, 17:59

A street drinking culture in Wisbech is set to be tackled head on thanks to two projects to reduce the impact of migration on communities in Fenland.

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A local goal-scoring duo have put their talents to good use by raising £400 for the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough.

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The youngest winner has been announced for the Coates Citizen of the Year award for her commitment to fund raising.

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Mayor James Palmer has moved swiftly to make a two per cent dent in Fenland’s housing crisis.

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Whittlesey Town Council voted unanimously to oppose proposals for 60 homes south east of 208 Coates Road, Coates, claiming schools can’t cope with the additional numbers.

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Salaries of senior staff to be recruited to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority headed by Mayor James Palmer will be unveiled this week.

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One of Cambridgeshire’s most influential business leaders –chamber of commerce chief executive John Bridge – claims that re-opening of the Wisbech to March rail link is a lame duck.

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Two enterprise zones could be set up in Fenland – one at Wisbech and another at Chatteris- to encourage business growth.

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The jury in the inquest of St Neots man Richard Davies has concluded that his killing was lawful.

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Yesterday, 19:00

Withycombe Raleigh Primary School held a special event ro re-launch the open-air facility.

Hundreds of people enjoyed the inaugural Holwell Scarecrow Festival at the weekend, raising more than £770 for charity.

Engineers are working to upgrade London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Blackfriars

We were proud to award those who have made a difference in the community at the Welwyn Hatfield Times Community Awards 2017 last week.

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Agriculture News

Monday, July 17, 2017

Machinery sales are proving profitable for farmers as Cheffins on site machinery auctions top £4m in six months.

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