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A project that will transform the park and ride site in St Ives into a renewable energy generator has hit a major milestone.

Budget supermarket retailer Aldi is planning to open a new branch in St Ives.

Overnight work to resurface a 32-metre section of the A14 Huntingdon railway viaduct will begin tonight (July 24).

A St Neots man whose father died from Aids after being given contaminated blood in the 1980s has cautiously welcomed Theresa May’s announcement last week to launch a public inquiry.

Judges from Anglia in Bloom visited Huntingdon to cast their expert eyes over the town’s array of floral displays.

St Neots News

Overnight work to resurface a 32-metre section of the A14 Huntingdon railway viaduct will begin tonight (July 24).

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A St Neots man whose father died from Aids after being given contaminated blood in the 1980s has cautiously welcomed Theresa May’s announcement last week to launch a public inquiry.

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An Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation has concluded that the police officer who fatally shot Richard Davies used force that was “necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the circumstances”.

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The jury in the inquest of St Neots man Richard Davies has concluded that his killing was lawful.

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Proposals for a light railway to connect Cambridgeshire’s market towns with the county’s cities have been unveiled by the mayor.

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Sport

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Jon Railton completed a podium double as he enjoyed his best round of the Ducati Performance TriOptions Cup season so far.

St Ives Boxing Academy prospect Jack Smith collected a first professional victory last Saturday night.

Four First Strokes Godmanchester talents captured eight medals between them at the recent Jeanne Barker July Open.

Brampton Park lifted the Grace Norman Trophy - following drama on the final hole of the final match.

Heavy rain played havoc on the local cricket scene yesterday.

What's On

Recommended Film of the Week: Dunkirk (12A)

Our recommended Book of the Week: The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

Recommended DVD of the week: Kong: Skull Island (12)

The West End smash hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre in August.

The Old Riverport Players are performing a play set in the 1970s and tickets are on sale now.

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