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The St Ives life of an extinct animal is being explored in the Norris Museum’s latest exhibition.

Members of Huntingdon Cromwell and Ramsey Rotary Clubs and Huntingdon Gymnastics Club in the pit.

A soft landing is the main aim of a six-week refurbishment project at Huntingdon Gymnastics Club.

Police will start the crackdown on Monday.

Police officers in St Neots will be out in force tackling parking issues in the town centre next week.

Huntingdon chosen as  trial town for ultrafast broadband. Photo: Rawpixel - Fotolia

Huntingdon has been chosen as a pilot town for ultrafast broadband.

Mick Rogers.

Ramsey builder Mick Rogers has taken on a mammoth fundraising challenge to climb Kilimanjaro – but only after he has walked more than 5,000 miles to the foot of the mountain.

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Police officers in St Neots will be out in force tackling parking issues in the town centre next week.

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St Neots.

St Neots residents are one step closer to seeing their roads made safer after £20,000 of funding was agreed to tackle inconsiderate parking and to slow down drivers.

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Tony's dad Barry Farrugia.

A St Neots man is campaigning for the Government to recognise and fully compensate those affected by a contaminated blood scandal which led to the deaths of three members of his family including his father.

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Walkers, from left, Eileen Scales, Ernie Chapman, Sheena Glanville, Angie Guy and Shirley Moore.

A new location has been added to the list of health walks being offered in Huntingdonshire.

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Scott Preston.

Ernulf Academy headteacher Scott Preston has praised the hard work of students and staff after Ofsted inspectors removed the school’s ‘inadequate’ status.

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St Neots puncher Tommy Martin went head-to-head with English title rival Ricky Boylan this lunchtime (Friday) on the eve of their big televised fight.

St Neots Town have today signed a former Rio Ferdinand body double.

Tommy Martin celebrates his win over Matty Tew in an English Light-Welterweight title eliminator on October 11, 2014.

Tommy Martin has vowed to bring the English light-welterweight title back to St Neots.

The team from St Ives Swimming Club who won a Mini Swim Gala at Peterborough.

St Ives Swimming Club’s young stars shone bright on Saturday when claiming a notable success.

Huntingdon Stags v Paviors,

Huntingdon hope the capture of an Argentinian star can help continue a cracking start to 2015.

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They’re a garage rock band from St Ives who have shared a stage with musical heavyweights such as The New York Dolls, Ed Sheeran, and Ash.

A scene from A Most Violent Year.

Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in a gritty thriller set in crime-ridden New York City in the 1980s.

Peterborough Youth Choir is due to perform at Buckden Towers.

The award-winning Peterborough Youth Choir will perform a mixture of choral favourites, ballads and show tunes at Buckden Towers on Sunday.

Enter Shikari.

Their music is an eclectic blend of post-hardcore and alternative metal, with far-ranging influences and a potent sound which fans have been moshing to for more than a decade.

Liam Neeson.

Liam Neeson has been widely quoted on the press circuit for Taken 3 as having never supposed there’d be a third script good enough to persuade him to reprise his role as Bryan Mills. Upon seeing the film it is not clear on what basis the actor made the decision to return for this poor excuse of a finale for the Taken trilogy. Not that the former two films were cinematic triumphs by any stretch, but this third takes the biscuit. Writer Luc Besson’s skills seem to have departed him in recent years, with his former glory days of The Fifth Element and Leon replaced by Jason Statham’s Transporter series and now these sorry excuses for action films – a genre not requiring much by way of creative script writing at best and so, difficult to get wrong you would think.


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