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Yesterday, 16:32

An extraordinary effort by two councils is enabling those from overseas living or working in Cambridgeshire to access coronavirus advice in their own language.

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Five deaths have been confirmed at Hinchingbrooke Hospital due to Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Demand plummeting to zero, incomes collapsing, supply chains disrupted and businesses closing or freezing spending.

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Shocking pictures have emerged of people going about their day, ignoring the Government’s two-metre social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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A woman from Wisbech has been charged with five offences including burglary, theft and fraud after being arrested yesterday (Thursday March 26).

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The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has approved an additional £40 million fund for affordable housing, including its £100k Homes project.

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All road projects across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough run by the county and city council have been halted.

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Staff at Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have been delivering emergency supply hampers to vulnerable young residents in need.

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Three patients at Peterborough City Hospital and another at Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon, have died from coronavirus disease.

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Justin Gotsell, from Wisbech, deleted the conversation history on his mobile phone in an attempt to hide evidence of intimate messages.

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Groups of people across Fenland are still meeting up despite the clear ‘Stay At Home’ message sent to every mobile phone in the UK.

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A Roman Catholic priest from March has voluntarily stepped down while he is investigated for historic child sex abuse claims relating to his former ministry in Peru.

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As part of a daily briefing to the media today (Wednesday) Cambridgeshire County Council has warned parents to be aware of a free school meals scam doing the rounds.

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Today we face an unexpected new future, and, in many ways, we all must face it alone. It’s up to every one of us to do our best to keep safe for our loved ones, for our neighbours, for our community, for our country, and for ourselves.

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Two men prayed for forgiveness as they beat, tied up and robbed two women in their own home last year.

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Car parking charges at Peterborough City and Hinchingbrooke hospitals have been suspended.

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Three young boys were spotted risking their lives by taking photos at a level crossing in March on the busy Ely to Peterborough rail line where some freight trains travel at 100 miles per hour.

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A 28-year-old man with no health conditions has urged people to not be selfish as he told how he thought he was going to die in hospital from coronavirus.

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Following yesterday’s press conference by the Prime Minister, Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have launched a COVID-19 coordination hub to provide targeted support for those most at risk during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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The history of Peterborough Cathedral – founded as a monastic abbey in 654 AD – unexpectedly added a new chapter to its long and glorious history today as it live streamed a Mothering Sunday service from behind closed doors.

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Cambridgeshire residents are being called upon to sign up to volunteer during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Animal lovers across Cambridgeshire are being reassured by the RSPCA that animals will continue to be rescued and rehomed despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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Convicted sex offender Andre Day, 22, from Wisbech, was jailed today for breaching a sexual harm prevention order (SHPO) just days after it was issued

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An Amazon worker, domestic abuse advisor, restaurant supervisor, estate agent, engineer and prison officer are among Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s 12 new recruits.

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Implementing precautionary measures at Wisbech Port, putting up health advice posters and installing additional hand sanitisers are some of the ways Fenland District Council is helping to minimise the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Time restrictions on use of free bus passes across Cambridgeshire have been scrapped.

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Individuals and groups of people have been reportedly knocking on doors offering to help residents in exchange for significant sums of money.

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Sport across Cambridgeshire has felt the full force of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Theatres in and around Cambridgeshire are beginning to shut their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Football clubs in Cambridgeshire have been forced out of action due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s still business as usual for some.

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Yesterday, 16:32

An extraordinary effort by two councils is enabling those from overseas living or working in Cambridgeshire to access coronavirus advice in their own language.

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