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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.

Matacchieri appeared in court today.

A Huntingdon man has been sentenced to a 12-month community order after being found guilty of being in possession of an illegal breed of dog.

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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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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Thursday, January 22, 2015

A St Ives site manager has clocked up 40 years’ service at a design and build company.

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Tue, 09:38

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of labour exploitation after police raided a car wash off the A14 near Cambridge last night (Monday).

Maddison Jones, from Huntingdon, with her potatoes.

More than 1,000 people attended an event in Huntingdon on Saturday which was held to celebrate the humble potato.

Godmanchester Rovers v Clacton.

Godmanchester Rovers chief Neville Nania says his side should be applauded for returning from almost a month out of action with a double-figures destruction of FC Clacton last Saturday.

Heritage educator Gordon Phillips during the celebrations.

Pupils from Ramsey Junior School made the most of the festivities for Plough Monday by creating a spectacle for the town.

St Neots Mens 1st Hockey v Wisbech Mens 2nds

A scruffy goal conceded and a glaring miss contributed to a losing return to East League action for St Neots Men’s 1sts on Saturday.

The search for a man believed to have been seen in the River Great Ouse. Picture: HELEN DRAKE.

Police have called off the search of a stretch of river for today (Tuesday) following claims that a man jumped off a bridge into the River Great Ouse at Little Paxton.

St Neots (red)  v St Ives rugby

St Neots 20 St Ives 17

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