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Fri, 15:00

The BBC has issued a brief statement in response to allegations that one of its most highly paid local radio presenters may have breached coronavirus lockdown guidelines.

The Government is encouraging people to stay alert as many take their first steps back to their workplace.

A couple have been putting smiles on residents’ faces after converting a rundown caravan into a mobile coffee and cake business.

Burger King on the outskirts of Ely has reopened its drive-thru service, starting with a limited menu.

Nineteen flats with commercial/retail units on the ground floor could replace 72-74 High Street, March - a building described by its owners as being in ‘poor condition’.

The Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak.

Ask any industry leader to list their company’s key attributes and up there at or near the top will always been ‘good customer service’.

Dear reader, Have you heard the phrase “news desert”? It’s been coined in America to describe what is left behind when a newspaper closes and the community it served is suddenly left without a source of credible and comprehensive news and information.

Over £14,000 has already been raised for NHS charities even before tonight’s convoy of lorries heads from Chatteris to Peterborough.

Peterborough Greyhound Stadium has announced that it will cease trading as the coronavirus outbreak and longer term social distancing measures will make the business no longer be viable.

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A Doddington resident turned who turned 100-years-old during the coronavirus lockdown was still able to celebrate his special day thanks to his neighbours who surprised him.

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