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Residents living at Hartford Marina are bracing themselves for a fresh court battle with the Environment Agency.

Magistrates have granted an order banning people from living or visiting a house in Huntingdon linked to persistent cases of anti-social behaviour and “drug activity”.

Hardwick Dene residential home in Buckden, have a visit from Cambridge Shetland Ponies Parties, (l-r) Pigwigs, owner Anna Jermaine, and resident Mary Clarke,

Residents at Hardwick Dene residential home were treated to a visit from a four legged friend.

Huntingdonshire District Council.

The Wildlife Trust has won planning permission to create a new nature reserve stretching over hundreds of acres of former farmland near Holme.

Cllr Bob Farrer

Calls have been made for a councillor to resign who referred to a special needs school as “for retards.”

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Wed, 15:18

Calls have been made for a councillor to resign who referred to a special needs school as “for retards.”

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Samantha Ho

A man has been charged with the murder of a woman in St Neots on Saturday (August 29).

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Brave The Shave, at Niro,St Neots, Natasha Lagusz, fundraising for Macmillan, with Barber Ricky Martin,

After seeing a loved one go through cancer Natasha Lagusz decided to take on a hair raising challenge to raise money for charity.

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Curlew Place, St Neots,

Police have launched a murder investigation after a woman’s body was discovered at a home in St Neots.

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A combine harvester caught fire in Great Staughton.

The harvest at a farm in Great Staughton ground to a halt on Friday after a combine harvester caught fire.

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The fourth staging of the annual Hunts 2 Star Open was a roaring success last weekend.

Tom Meechan celebrates his goal for St Neots Town in their Bank Holiday Monday win over Biggleswade. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots chairman Mike Kearns has hailed goalscoring sensation Tom Meechan for an explosive start to his Town career.

The national title-winning Warboys trio are, from the left, Bob Amos, Nicky Brett and Lyndsay Swannell.

Hunts bowlers claimed two titles at the English Bowling Federation National Finals.

Action from Brampton's 4-0 victory over Hemingfords.

Brampton ignited their Cambs League season courtesy of an important derby success last Saturday.

Stuart Eason (orange) scored twice for St Ives Town.

St Ives Town roared to FA Cup replay glory last night.

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Friday, August 28, 2015

Can the classic electric riverboat Annie make it from Bedford to Denver Sluice on the River Great Ouse on one charge and solar power?

McBusted at Newmarket's July Course on Saturday night

McBusted will take to the stage at Newmarket Racecourse on Saturday night.

Herman Hermits at The Cresset in Peterborough

Tickets are now on sale for a must-see sixties extravaganza that includes Herman’s Hermits, Chris Farlowe, Steve Ellis, Alan Mosca from Freddie and The Dreamers and The Union Gapuk

La Traviata at The Cresset in Peterborough

The Russian State Opera is coming to Cambridgeshire next month to performa La Traviata.

Bad Education (15) fails to make the grade

The Bad Education Movie (15)


Thursday, August 20, 2015

Sawtry Village Academy is celebrating strong top grades as 20 per cent of all results at the academy returned with the highest A* or A grades, and 40 per cent were A* to B grades.

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