Jail for Peterborough woman who used two mobile phones moments before A47 Thorney Toll crash which killed man, 27

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July 31, 2014

A driver who caused a fatal collision on the A47 moments after texting and making calls from two phones has been jailed for six years.
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Firefighters battle blaze involving three cars in Eynesbury

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July 31, 2014

Firefighters tackled a car fire in Eynesbury.
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Fresh from scooping regional award now its national honours for Wisbech security officer Roger

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July 31, 2014

Roger Vanhinsbergh, the security officer at the Horsefair Shopping Centre, Wisbech, has won a national award from the British Security Industry Association (BSIA).
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Spaces at newly resurfaced Huntingdon Railway Station are smaller than untouched bays and Government guidelines

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July 31, 2014

Hunts Post readers have got the measure of First Capital Connect.
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VIDEO: Police celebrate new kit which enabled them to ‘finger’ suspected Oliver Cromwell hotel burglar

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July 31, 2014

Police were celebrating the success of a new piece of kit today which saw the arrest of a suspected burglar.
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Javelin star Goldie Sayers fails to recapture early-season form at Commonwealth Games

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July 31, 2014

It was disappointment for Ely’s Goldie Sayers at the Commonwealth Games last night as she finished outside the medals in the women’s javelin finals.


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Boy hit by bus in Gorefield

Police are appealing for witnesses after a bus hit a ten-year-old cyclist before driving off. The young boy suffered minor injuries in the collision which happened as he left Gorefield Primary School in High Road.
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Cyclist injured in the Circuit of the Fens near Whittlesey remains in “critical but stable” condition

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July 31, 2014

A competitor in the Circuit of the Fens who was injured when he rode into a stationary vintage steam roller remains in a “critical but stable” condition in hospital.


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Let’s get cracking on an innovation centre says MP who believes it could be worth 100s of jobs for Wisbech

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July 31, 2014

An innovation centre for Wisbech could help create 100s of jobs and boost the local economy is the belief of MP Steve Barclay.
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‘Maverick’ Manda impresses on Undercover Boss

A woman described as a “maverick manager” proved her mettle in a TV programme and won a trip to Italy.


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Floral tributes mark spot where young couple died in bizarre incident on busy A47

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July 31, 2014

Decaying flowers and burnt out candles are the only reminders of a tragedy in which a young couple died in a bizarre road incident.
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Cyclist sustains head injury in crash with vehicle in St Neots

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July 31, 2014

A woman has suffered “potentially serious” injuries after a crash with a vehicle in St Neots.


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Sir Jim calls on Eric Pickles to settle bypass confusion to put an end to “unnecessary delays”

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July 31, 2014

Sir Jim Paice has asked Eric Pickles, the Secretary of State for Local Government, to resolve the confusion about whether there is to be a public inquiry into the Ely bypass planning application.
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Council leader says Soham train station must re-open in order for town to grow

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July 31, 2014

The rapid growth of Soham will make re-opening its railway station an “absolute imperative”, according to the leader of East Cambridgeshire District Council.


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Ely group to give arts a boost in the Fens

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July 31, 2014

Arts development group ADeC has been handed thousands of pounds in funding to develop a three-year art project in the Fens.
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Back of the net! Mia scores thousands of pounds for charity with football tournament

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July 31, 2014

An 11-year-old amateur footballer netted a massive £4,000 by arranging a tournament to raise money for cancer charities.


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Call for debate on moving Peterborough travellers nears

A decision on where to re-locate Peterborough traveller groups after eviction could be debated in August after a long consultation.
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Peterborough shopkeeper loses licence after smuggled cigarettes found in raid

A shopkeeper who allowed illicit tobacco to be sold in his Peterborough store has had his licence stripped.
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Extra funds for Fenland war memorials

An extra £5,000 is to be spent on Fenland towns’ war memorials this year in support of the First World War centenary commemorations.


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Peterborough businessman to face child sex charges

A Peterborough businessman will appear in court charged with historic rape, trafficking and sex offences against children.
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Vandals rip up WW1 flowers

First World War commemorative flower beds have been ripped up and plants thrown on to the road by vandals.
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