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The Wisbech community has spoken overwhelmingly in favour of an application to install a roller shutter to protect a new Wisbech barber shop.

An industrial unit in Whittlesey may become an auction house if given the go-ahead by Fenland planners.

The former boss of a holiday park firm has been banned from running companies for 14 years after investors were left more than £19m out of pocket.

A popular east Cambridgeshire restaurant is set to close its doors for good after “being unable to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic”.

After preparing pizzas for 27 years, the owners of a popular pizza takeaway have announced they will be closing.

The owners of a Chatteris pet shop have warned it faces closure if business doesn’t pick up in the near future.

People should work from home if they can, government ministers have said, ahead of Boris Johnson’s televised address tonight over further restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus.

A company planning one of the country’s biggest solar energy farms – spread across six East Cambridgeshire and West Suffolk villages – was told to ‘man up’ and face concerns head-on.

A restaurant has been told planning permission is needed for outside dining pods installed when it reopened after the coronavirus lockdown.

Ely antique dealer Peter Warwick was both surprised and delighted when the BBC rang for the second time in two years to host a visit from the Antiques Road Trip crew.

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