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Crisis talks to save the King's Dyke, Whittlesey level crossing project have been taking place throughout the week since Mayor James Palmer dropped the escalating costs bombshell.

A leader from a Whittlesey brickworks is aiming to raise thousands of pounds for young children in Africa.

A law firm is holding a free legal advice day for those dealing with personal injury claims issues in Chatteris next month.

Fashion students showed off their creative flair by creating 'zero waste' outfits out of old clothes as part of their degree.

Travel boss Peter Moden was told access onto the A10 to Saxon Business Park at Littleport is substandard which means he cannot build a workshop at his unit for mini bus maintenance.

Mayor James Palmer said today he has refused to hand over an additional £8.7m to underwrite further cost increases to the King's Dyke, Whittlesey, crossing project.

Council taxpayers shelled out six and a half million pounds last month to become the new landlord of the Light Cinema, Wisbech and three restaurant units.

The Judges' Award is about recognising the business or individual who may not have won an award on the night but has shown great potential and will likely be one to watch in future.

East Cambridgeshire could shortly share the UK's largest solar power plant - and public meetings have been booked for eight village halls to explain the detail.

Jamie Brown of Archant's free Digital Decoded workshops explains how customer habits are changing - and businesses must keep up to survive.

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