Butler ‘crushed to death by lift’

Police investigate the death of a butler who was fatally injured while working at a Tudor mansion in Lincolnshire.
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‘Positive feed back’ to Wisbech solar farm plans

‘Positive feedback’ to Wisbech solar farm plans


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Family fun day to help build Thorpe Hall’s new hospice

The appeal to build a new Sue Ryder’s Thorpe Hall hospice in Peterborough has been given a boost by customers at a city pub.


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Appeal after man left injured in West Town street attack

A man who sustained serious injuries in an attack in Peterborough on Monday (21 July) is continuing to recover in hospital.
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Court: Addict returned to Peterborough store

A drug addict stole from one Werrington shop three days in a row.
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Peterborough Passport Office to be hit by one-day strike

Jet-setters looking to get their passports sorted out before heading abroad could face difficulties on Monday (28 July).
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Police appeal for witnesses after man stabbed seven times in brutal attack

A man was left fighting for his life in hospital after being stabbed seven times in a brutal attack in Peterborough last Friday (18 July).
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Two Wheels for Woodlands pushes Hinchingbrooke Hospital cancer unit closer to expansion target

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July 25, 2014

The Hunts Post’s charity bike ride, Two Wheels for Woodlands, could help push the Woodlands Cancer Centre three quarters of the way to its £800,000 target.


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It’s 30 and out for Alan as he serves his final shift at Soham Fire Station

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July 25, 2014

A second-generation firefighter has retired following nearly 30 years’ service at Soham Fire Station.


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GALLERY: Students send balloon to the edge of space in landmark mission

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July 25, 2014

Students from Soham Village College boldly went were no students have gone before – right to the edge of space!


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Success for Leverington Primary Academy

Talented children from Leverington Primary Academy are celebrating after winning a design competition.
Youngsters from the school have won Fenland District Council’s recycling bin design competition.
The district council’s Charlotte Boast is pictured presenting awards to competition winner Lilliana Izzo. Runners-up were Victoria Joyce and Phillipa Beckenham, who is not pictured. Also pictured are...
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Drunken tattoo row murder men jailed

Two men found guilty of killing a 38-year-old factory worker in a row over a tattoo have been jailed.
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Peterborough sign goalkeeper Alnwick

Peterborough United sign former Sunderland and Tottenham goalkeeper Ben Alnwick on a three-year deal.
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Peterborough sign goalkeeper Alnwick

Peterborough United sign former Sunderland and Tottenham goalkeeper Ben Alnwick on a three-year deal.
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Leader will bring in outside body to look at way councils can run after Pop drops motion to Fenland to introduce committees

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July 25, 2014

A motion that might have led to a cabinet style of government at Fenland District Council being replaced with committees was withdrawn at the last moment.
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Leverington artist, 81, thrilled to sell first painting

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July 25, 2014

An 81 year-old artist is thrilled to have sold her first painting.
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Tributes to 15-year-old ‘amazing guy’ who died in a river

Friday noon: Tributes have been paid to a Huntingdon teenager who died after getting into trouble in a river.
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Fun for all the family at Wimblington

Flying displays and fair rides were all part of the fun enjoyed at the annual Wimblington Fun Day.
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Young Ramnoth Junior School pupil impresses judges with peace poster and progresses in Lions worldwide competition

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July 25, 2014

A year six pupil’s peace poster will feature in a worldwide competition after being picked as the best in Wisbech.


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First Capital Connect adamant that Huntingdon railway station car parking spaces are no smaller than before despite complaints

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July 25, 2014

Train firm First Capital Connect says the newly-repainted parking spaces at Huntingdon Railway Station’s car park are no narrower than before.


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Tributes paid to Rony John who died after drowning in River Great Ouse in Huntingdon

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July 25, 2014

Tributes have been paid to the teenager who drowned in Huntingdon yesterday.
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