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Thursday, October 13, 2016

An extended domestic season and better overall quality are key benefits from the recently-built Greenshoots onion store at Chatteris.

Recruitment agency manager Paulius Martinkus believes he has the perfect incentive to help find 150 factory workers – a free sandwich.

Entrepreneur Rod Herbert has been forced to put his £1million West Norfolk home on the market – and to sell his private plane- following the collapse of his engineering business with the loss of 80 jobs.

Travis Perkins’ branch in Chatteris was officially re-opened following a site move.

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

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A cleaning equipment company is celebrating its big expansion and refurbishment by holding an open day.

Littleport is destined to become the concrete capital of the Fens after a £2million expansion of a major manufacturer was announced.

Events venue Rose Barn on the A142 at Sutton is facing a thorny future after planners told them continued use will result in uncontrolled parking of cars and coaches and threaten highway safety.

A Whittlesey-based renewable energy developer has been given the green light to build a pair of new wind turbines after receiving a big funding boost.

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