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Staff at a Wisbech dealership are bracing themselves for a surge of interest in Nissan’s eagerly-awaited all-new NP300 Navara after the model was crowned International Pick-up of the Year 2016.

Artist impression of the proposed Centre for Advanced Knowledge Engineering at Downham Market. Picture: Submitted

Work on an ambitious new engineering centre bringing thousands of jobs to west Norfolk is expected to begin early next year.

Travel 4 Cambridgeshire is offering grants to Wisbech businesses to fight congestion in the town.

Businesses in Wisbech are being urged to act fast in order to claim Travel 4 Cambridgeshire’s green grants to combat the county’s every-growing congestion problem.

Climate Energy Ltd

Fenland residents who paid deposits – there are 133 of them - to have solid wall insulation under a Cambridgeshire-wide ‘green deal’ initiative look likely to lose their deposits.

The new Aldi store in Chatteris is looking for staff. Photo: Steve Williams

Budget supermarket Aldi - which pays its managers a salary of over £45,000 - is looking to hire around 30 people for its new store in Chatteris so that it can open on time next year.

Knowles application site

Knowles Transport has renewed its bid for a 33ft tall grain store after withdrawing a previous application earlier this year.

Fenland Enterprise Business Awards 2015
All winners and finalists

Chatteris firm Metalcraft Ltd had three reasons to celebrate at the seventh annual Fenland Enterprise Business Awards when they had a triple haul of trophies.

East Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2015
All winners and finalists

A business that began three years ago, has since doubled in size and turnover, and now employs 125 people across three sites was a star of the Ely Standard East Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2015.

Power networks

Home owners are being urged to sign up for a new free priority service launched by UK Power Networks to help during power cuts.

Aldemore Bank has helped finance the expansion of March Electricals

Electrical wholesaler March Electrical Supplies Ltd has secured £50,000 to finance its planned growth.

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