Sixteen ‘stowaways’ found in lorry

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August 28, 2014

Sixteen suspected stowaways of "African origin" are found in a lorry in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Police say.
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First Whittlesey Triathlon is a success

The first Whittlesey Triathlon took place at the Manor Leisure Centre with about 130 competitors taking part.
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People caught without seatbelts face £500 fine as Cambs Police launch month-long enforcement campaign

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August 28, 2014

Police are asking members of the public to make sure they “belt up” as part of a month long enforcement campaign.


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Gateshead ‘better for Maddison sale’

Gateshead boss Gary Mills says selling forward Marcus Maddison for a club-record fee will benefit his remaining squad.
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‘Banned’ uni dog is ‘very large cat’

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August 28, 2014

The master of Selwyn College, which banned dogs from accommodation, is allowed to keep his bassett hound after persuading officials it is "a very large cat".
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Lanzoni leaves Glovers for Cambridge

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August 28, 2014

Cambridge United sign defender Matteo Lanzoni on a one-year deal following his release by Yeovil Town.
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Vandals strike again at Leverington Church

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August 28, 2014

A Fenland church has become the target for vandals again after windows were broken over the Bank Holiday weekend taking the number of attacks in the village to 27.
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Police targeting those who do not wear seatbelts

Police are asking members of the public to make sure they ‘belt up’ as part of a month long enforcement campaign.


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Image released of bike stolen from rack of roof of parked car in March

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August 28, 2014

Police have released an image of a bike stolen from a bike rack on the roof of a car in March earlier this week.
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Sainsbury’s insist upgrading current store will not affect plans for new Huntingdon supermarket

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August 28, 2014

Sainbury’s looks to be preparing to redevelop its existing Huntingdon store – but insisted any upgrading will not affect its plans for a new supermarket.


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Lincolnshire police commissioner to attend community meeting

Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner will attend a community meeting on September 10.


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Martin Curtis announces to Whittlesey Tories he will not seek re election to Fenland District Council

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August 28, 2014

Former county council leader Martin Curtis told Whittlesey Tories last night he would not be seeking re-election to Fenland District Council next year.
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GALLERY: First Chatteris soldier to die in First World War remembered in service led by Royal British Legion youth members

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August 28, 2014

Three youth members of Chatteris Royal British Legion led a service to remember the first Chatteris solider to lose his life during the First World War.
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Opening date announced for new supermarket in Peterborough

A new supermarket is poised to throw open its doors to the public in Peterborough in nine weeks.
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Father puts his best foot forward for charity run despite suffering hydrocephalus

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August 28, 2014

A father, who was who was born with a brain tumour, has fought his illness and taken to the treadmill to train for what will be his a 16th charity run.
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St Neots woman sets up petition to protect town’s green spaces

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August 28, 2014

A St Neots woman has launched a campaign to save the town’s green spaces in the face of what she says is widespread development.


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Building work at RAF Wittering for new squadrons

Building work at RAF Wittering is set to begin as preparations begin for the arrival of new flying squadrons and aircraft.
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Stowaways found in lorry in Peterborough

Thursday 10.35am: Adults and children have been found stowed away in a lorry in Peterborough this morning (Thursday)
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March schoolboy makes a splash for the Meningitis Trust

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August 28, 2014

March schoolboy Harry Copeman caused a splash for charity when he completed a five-mile swim at the town’s George Campbell pool to raise money for the Meningitits Trust .


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Book sheds light on college’s past

The first copies of City College Peterborough’s history book have been snapped up hot off the press – going some way to raising £1,000 for the Royal British Legion.


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Businesses that handle food urged to take part in food safety course which tackles good hygiene practices and legislation

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August 28, 2014

Safe storage and handling of food, good hygiene practices and current legislation are among the topics that will be covered in a one-day food safety training course next month.
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