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The new leader of Huntingdonshire District Council has been confirmed.

Three Huntingdonshire mums have hung up their walking boots after completing a once-in-a-lifetime challenge for charity.

Hundreds of jobs are at risk after Co-operative Food announced that it would be closing its Godmanchester depot.

A 31-year-old man has appeared at court in connection with a burglary in Huntingdon.

A Huntingdon man who was disqualified from driving for five years has had the length of his ban reduced on appeal.

St Neots News

Tue, 18:00

St Neots annual charity dragon boat race will take place on August 19 on Regatta Meadow.

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A Living History Exhibition on St Neots Market Square included some Roman cookery, a crime and punishment stall and a visit from ‘Sir Isaac Newton’.

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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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Sport

Tue, 16:55

A new era is about to begin for Huntingdon Town - as the club goes into battle in a new division with new bosses at the helm.

St Neots Town look set to lose star talent Jevani Brown to Football League club Cambridge United . . . but boss Matt Clements is hugely excited by a player moving in the opposite direction.

Hunts AC talents made the most of home advantage to star in the Cambridgeshire County Mile and Steeplechase Championships.

Eynesbury boss Mark Ducket admits he would love to land St Neots Town star Declan Rogers.

New manager Ollie Drake is in positive mood ahead of his first season as Godmanchester Rovers manager.

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Yesterday, 10:00

The Norris Museum in St Ives will be reopening with a celebration event this weekend (July 29-30).

St Neots annual charity dragon boat race will take place on August 19 on Regatta Meadow.

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)

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