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Chatteris could become the retailing epicentre of a discount supermarket revolution if, as predicted today, Tesco use the vacant portion of its mothballed superstore to launch a brand to counter Aldi.

MP Steve Barclay’s frustration over delayed re-opening of the Wisbech to March rail line spilled over this week with a fresh attack on the soon to be wound up local enterprise partnership.

Secret talks were held more than a year ago about the possibility of building an incinerator in Wisbech, we can reveal today.

Law Fertilisers of March has opened a new fertiliser factory in Scotland.

Employers will get the chance discover that ‘apprenticeships work’ – the theme of a special workshop next month.

Some major issues have been identified with construction of the Ely Southern Bypass that could add “significant” costs to the final bill.

‘It’s rammed – new Lidl opens and attracts huge crowd’ has been the oft repeated headline for one of the UK’s fastest growing discounters.

Property entrepreneur Rick Parisi has threatened to pull the plug on further investment into Littleport if planners allow concrete manufacturers to double the size of its existing factory in Wisbech Road.

Up to 15 jobs will be created in Whittlesey if Lincolnshire Co-operative Ltd win consent from Fenland planners for a £1.5m convenience store off the A605, fronting Finkle Lane.

The county council says it will make the Traffic Commissioners aware of a major investigation being undertaken into the Fenland Association of Community Transport (FACT) when they decide on whether to allow them operator licences to run commercial services through new limited companies.

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