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The rail bridge at Stonea claimed its latest victim last night (Sunday) when this van misjudged the height and went careering off the road.

Passengers were quickly evacuated after a fire involving a bus and a car on the guided busway in Cambridgeshire today.

Potential buyers of the Empress swimming pool, Chatteris, could face opposition to re-develop it if a bid to get it listed as an asset of community value is successful.

Cambs Fire have released these photos of the aftermath of a collision between a car and guided bus that went up in flames in Longstanton this morning.

A drink driver who caused a collision which killed three members of one family, including a young mother and father, has been jailed for eight years and four months.

A charity football match to honour the memory of former Wisbech Town goalkeeper Mark Ovendale took place at the weekend with over 250 attending.

A new town with 6,500 homes just 10 miles from Ely is to be created on the 700 acre site of a former airfield and military barracks at Waterbeach.

Get prepared to be taken to space as lunar-inspired art, astronaut suits and moon rock have landed at Ely Cathedral.

Uniformed services students from the College of West Anglia's (CWA) Wisbech campus took part in a weekend of challenges as part of a Royal Navy and Royal Marine induction initiative at the army's training camp in Thetford forest.

Peterborough News

The rail bridge at Stonea claimed its latest victim last night (Sunday) when this van misjudged the height and went careering off the road.

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A drink driver who caused a collision which killed three members of one family, including a young mother and father, has been jailed for eight years and four months.

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A promised hourly rail service from Manea that would connect the village more regularly with Peterborough and Ipswich has been put on hold indefinitely.

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Mayor James Palmer's decision to tighten his grip on power by appointing two more former colleagues to top jobs within a week was a "black day" for the county says city council leader Lewis Herbert.

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John Hill can expect a bumper pay day if Mayor James Palmer wins approval to confirm his appointment as joint chief executive of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CAPCA).

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Readers have expressed outrage at the rocketing cost of fuel in some parts of Fenland and East Cambridgeshire with the difference on petrol, for instance, being up to 15p a litre in some places.

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The decision by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to delay announcing whether or not it will reinstate free IVF treatment has led to angry outbursts on social media.

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Round 2 of the Junior Fenland League saw a third place finish for the March Marlins Swimming Club this month with 25 personal best times achieved.

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A journalist who was kidnapped and held captive for five years will be guest speaker at Peterborough Cathedral's annual fundraising dinner.

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Agriculture News

Monday, May 13, 2019

Local companies enjoyed success at Truckfest, the biggest outdoor trucking festival in Europe. Attracting the biggest names in the haulage industry from around the United Kingdom some 3,500 trucks were in attendance.

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To celebrate its 20th anniversary Cambridgeshire County Show is launching a Design Your Own Robot competition.

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Editor's Choice

Thursday, May 16, 2019

A statue donated to March nearly 20 years ago that remained out of sight - and for most of the time out of mind - has been put on public display.

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