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24 complaints made about Peterborough City councillors since February. PHOTO: Terry Harris 24 complaints made about Peterborough City councillors since February. PHOTO: Terry Harris
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24 conduct complaints made about Peterborough city councillors in just 6 months

One complaint relates to postal vote handling

Workers at Asda Wisbech are angry over a litany of issues Workers at Asda Wisbech are angry over a litany of issues
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Asda workers at Wisbech strike over ‘cuts in hours, bullying management and poor training’

Asda rejects the claims made by the union

Anne-Marie Burrowes and the friend she murdered Paul Knowles Anne-Marie Burrowes and the friend she murdered Paul Knowles
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LISTEN: Anne-Marie Burrowes confesses to Cambridgeshire murder in chilling 999 call

Victim 'such a pure soul and loved by many'

Councillors John Fox, Sarah Hillier and Christian Hogg ‘called in’ the Cabinet decision. Also pictured is Cllr Judy Fox. PHOTO: Terry Harris Councillors John Fox, Sarah Hillier and Christian Hogg ‘called in’ the Cabinet decision. Also pictured is Cllr Judy Fox. PHOTO: Terry Harris
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WATCH: 3 councillors put their heads above the parapet to fight for Werrington Fields

Peterborough City Council 'call-in' challenge

Robert Hammond (above) murdered Sian Hammond (above) at their home in Primes Corner, Histon. Robert Hammond (above) murdered Sian Hammond (above) at their home in Primes Corner, Histon.
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Life sentence for Cambridgeshire mortgage broker who murdered his wife

Robert Hammond will serve at least 24 years

A Cambridgeshire officer was arrested on suspicion of rape by Bedfordshire Police on 15 July A Cambridgeshire officer was arrested on suspicion of rape by Bedfordshire Police on 15 July
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EXCLUSIVE: Cambridgeshire police officer arrested ‘on suspicion of rape’

The alleged rape took place in 2021

Lazy Otter appeal decision: “The making of a material change of use from public house to residential accommodation amounts to ‘development’ and without the required planning permission it thereby constitutes a breach of planning control”. PHOTO: Nicky Still Lazy Otter appeal decision: “The making of a material change of use from public house to residential accommodation amounts to ‘development’ and without the required planning permission it thereby constitutes a breach of planning control”. PHOTO: Nicky Still
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Lazy Otter pub dealt knock out blow by East Cambridgeshire planners

Council refuses to determine fresh application

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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority yet to resolve outstanding conduct complaints

Councillors behaving badly claims at CPCA

2020: Hopes of reopening Wisbech Rail revived after an independent study concluded that the project would be financially viable, Fenland Council reported. Image: Fenland Council 2020: Hopes of reopening Wisbech Rail revived after an independent study concluded that the project would be financially viable, Fenland Council reported. Image: Fenland Council
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Fifth option revealed for Wisbech to March rail link

'Autonomous vehicles could provide innovative and cost-effective alternative'

Matt Skelhon, as he aims for Paralympic Gold in Paris this summer Matt Skelhon, as he aims for Paralympic Gold in Paris this summer
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Whittlesey Rifle Club president has Paris Paralympic gold in his sights

He is representing team GB

NewRiver Retail plan to demolish the car park NewRiver Retail plan to demolish the car park
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Planning permission not needed for demolition of 300 space Cambs multi storey car park

Fenland Council admits it has no power to stop demolition

A woman has been arrested after officers on proactive patrol discovered a suspected brothel in Cambridge. A woman has been arrested after officers on proactive patrol discovered a suspected brothel in Cambridge.
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Young motorist killed in crash near Wisbech

The BMW driver, a man in his 20s, was declared dead at the scene

By comparison to many protests, the simple use of a planter is one way Cambridge protest group Mill Road 4 People believes can help get their message across to Cambridgeshire County Council. By comparison to many protests, the simple use of a planter is one way Cambridge protest group Mill Road 4 People believes can help get their message across to Cambridgeshire County Council.
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Cambridge protestors pop a planter on Mill Road to deter illegal parking

'We're fed up with our pavements being turned into car parks'

Julia Nix, district manager for East Anglia Jobcentre Plus said: “Peterborough also boasts the second-highest rate of SME growth in the UK, with a 19% increase in small businesses from 2018 to 2023.” Julia Nix, district manager for East Anglia Jobcentre Plus said: “Peterborough also boasts the second-highest rate of SME growth in the UK, with a 19% increase in small businesses from 2018 to 2023.”
Business2 days ago

Peterborough top town or city for small business employment

Peterborough 'Top 25 Towns & Cities for SME Jobs’

New summer exhibition, 'Monsters of the Sea', Peterborough Cathedral . Monday 15 July 2024. Picture by Terry Harris. New summer exhibition, 'Monsters of the Sea', Peterborough Cathedral . Monday 15 July 2024. Picture by Terry Harris.
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WATCH: ‘The Monsters of the Sea’ at Peterborough Cathedral

Mesmerising mix of entertainment, education, and exploration

The swimming pool at River Close, Little Paxton with one of the photos submitted by residents showing the impact of vehicles using the site. The swimming pool at River Close, Little Paxton with one of the photos submitted by residents showing the impact of vehicles using the site.
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Cambridgeshire family banned from using swimming pool for commercial lessons

23 objections were sent to the council from residents

Leisure5 days ago

Swimmers head to Peterborough Lido to enjoy the mini heatwave

The Lido is open to the public from late May to early September

Cricket as it should be an exemplary day of entertainment and joy. But Cambridgeshire Cricket head of operations believes this year it has been blighted by bad behaviour and alleged ill-discipline: PHOTO: (for illustrative purposes only): Terry Harris Cricket as it should be an exemplary day of entertainment and joy. But Cambridgeshire Cricket head of operations believes this year it has been blighted by bad behaviour and alleged ill-discipline: PHOTO: (for illustrative purposes only): Terry Harris
Exclusive5 days ago

Bad language and behaviour casts shadow over Cambridgeshire cricket

Cricket must be played in a 'positive and collaborative way'

March Athletics and Fenland Running at the launch of the Maize Maze in Wimblington. Skylark garden centre Thursday 18 July 2024. Picture by Terry Harris. March Athletics and Fenland Running at the launch of the Maize Maze in Wimblington. Skylark garden centre Thursday 18 July 2024. Picture by Terry Harris.
Leisure5 days ago

WATCH: CambsNews 360 Cam as we run around the Giant Maize Maze

Team GB themed Maize Maze, Skylark Garden Centre

Anne-Marie Burrowes and the friend she murdered Paul Knowles Anne-Marie Burrowes and the friend she murdered Paul Knowles
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Peterborough woman murders friend by shoving a sock down his throat

Victim had spent 22 years in the Royal Navy

Trading in Wisbech High Street since 1952, Evisons has this week unveiled its new look. PHOTO: Wisbech Tweet Trading in Wisbech High Street since 1952, Evisons has this week unveiled its new look. PHOTO: Wisbech Tweet
Fenland District Council6 days ago

Council looks to snub March, Chatteris and Whittlesey to give £1m plus ‘windfall’ to Wisbech

East Cambs Council spread similar windfall across district

Peterborough MP Andrew Pakes welcomes Fenland farmer Michael Sly and other NFU members to Parliament this week. Mr Sly chairs NFU Sugar Board meetings and is the lead spokesperson representing sugar beet growers with British Sugar, the media, NFU Council and NFU Policy Board. Peterborough MP Andrew Pakes welcomes Fenland farmer Michael Sly and other NFU members to Parliament this week. Mr Sly chairs NFU Sugar Board meetings and is the lead spokesperson representing sugar beet growers with British Sugar, the media, NFU Council and NFU Policy Board.
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NFU challenges Steve Barclay’s claim King’s Speech has ‘nothing for farming or fishing’

NFU: King's Speech 'significant for British farm businesses'

Ian Sollom, MP for St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire and Charlotte Cane, MP for Ely, and East Cambridgeshire Ian Sollom, MP for St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire and Charlotte Cane, MP for Ely, and East Cambridgeshire
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Cambridgeshire Lib Dem MPs unite in call for Labour to tackle health crisis

'We must see action to bring NHS dentists back'

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW: Holly Smith as Mrs Prentice and Alex Cardeall as Nicholas Beckett Photo © Sheila Burnett WHAT THE BUTLER SAW: Holly Smith as Mrs Prentice and Alex Cardeall as Nicholas Beckett Photo © Sheila Burnett
Entertainment6 days ago

REVIEW: What the Butler Saw by Joe Orton at Cambridge Arts Theatre

The play 'takes a sledge hammer to the sacred'

Marcus Brown (right) of High Road, Guyhirn, Wisbech, Cambs, was sentenced to 30 months’ imprisonment. Due to previous convictions for the same offence, James Davis, of High Road, Guyhirn, Wisbech, Cambs, received five years’ imprisonment for the charge of possession with intent to supply. Marcus Brown (right) of High Road, Guyhirn, Wisbech, Cambs, was sentenced to 30 months’ imprisonment. Due to previous convictions for the same offence, James Davis, of High Road, Guyhirn, Wisbech, Cambs, received five years’ imprisonment for the charge of possession with intent to supply.
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Guyhirn, Wisbech, men jailed for ‘large scale and sophisticated’ drug supply operation

East Midlands Special Operations Unit catch drug suppliers

Harrison George Barnes was last heard from on June 21 and has not been seen or heard of since. Harrison George Barnes was last heard from on June 21 and has not been seen or heard of since.
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Police ‘increasingly concerned’ for Cambridgeshire man missing in Cornwall

George Barnes was last heard from on 21 June

In 2009 Cllr Nick Clarke was elected as a Cambridgeshire County Councillor in a marginal division on the fringe of Cambridge. In 2011 he became Leader of the council. In 2009 Cllr Nick Clarke was elected as a Cambridgeshire County Councillor in a marginal division on the fringe of Cambridge. In 2011 he became Leader of the council.
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Former Conservative leader of Cambridgeshire County Council breaches code of conduct

Cllr Nick Clarke left Cambridgeshire for Suffolk

Robert Hammond (above) murdered Sian Hammond (above) at their home in Primes Corner, Histon. Robert Hammond (above) murdered Sian Hammond (above) at their home in Primes Corner, Histon.
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Huntingdon mortgage broker murders wife at Histon home for £450,000 life insurance

Greed and fear of losing public standing led to murder

Photo released by Cambridgeshire police in the aftermath of the arrest in Wisbech yesterday. Photo released by Cambridgeshire police in the aftermath of the arrest in Wisbech yesterday.
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Terror in Wisbech as threats to kill and assault suspect arrested

Building society workers dialled 999

999 cops special: police use tourist bus in Cambridge to spy on – and catch – motorists using their mobile phones 999 cops special: police use tourist bus in Cambridge to spy on – and catch – motorists using their mobile phones
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Cops ‘borrow’ Cambridge tourist bus to catch drivers using mobile phones

3 drivers were stopped and given ticket