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Yesterday, 12:48

Two drivers were taken to hospital with minor injuries this morning after a two-vehicle collision in Toseland, near St Neots.

Wigan Athletic FC fan Malcolm Lee, of Bluntisham, who will be singing in front of 90,000 people at the FA Cup final.

A Bluntisham man has been selected by the BBC’s Songs of Praise programme to join a choir, which will sing at the start of the FA Cup final.

Schools race for life, at St Peters School, Huntingdon,

About 200 pupils and staff at a Huntingdon secondary school pulled on their trainers to take part in a charity run.

Magpas Orange Day, fundraising at Peter Lane, St Ives are (front l-r) Luke Fryer, Catherine Livingstone, Phil Nightingale, (back l-r) Tanis Baker, Damien McGrath, and Alison Newman,

People showed their support for emergency life-saving charity Magpas by wearing something orange.

The Rev Stanley Whiffen who died on May 16.

Former church minister, the Reverend Stanley Whiffen, has died at the age of 81.

St Neots News

Yesterday, 12:48

Two drivers were taken to hospital with minor injuries this morning after a two-vehicle collision in Toseland, near St Neots.

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Police will team up with a new security guard at Loves Farm's Tesco.

Tesco has employed a security officer after a spate of thefts at its Express store on Loves Farm in St Neots.

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Artistic endeavours underway at Crafty Monkey in St Neots.

Here’s a list of events and activities being held across Huntingdonshire during next week’s half-term.

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Loves Farm, St Neots, building work,

St Neots could be facing a “huge infrastructure shortfall” in the next few years if thousands of new homes are built without the supporting amenities in place.

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Fire engine

Police are appealing for information after a car was set on fire in St Neots and say they are treating the incident on May 11 as arson.

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Business News

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Planners are in talks with supermarket giant Sainsbury’s to devise an “exit strategy” after the store confirmed it would not be relocating.

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Photo Galleries

Thursday, May 21, 2015

The St Ivo School’s year eight girls’ football team were beaten in their bid to win another national title yesterday (Wednesday).

Aaron Thorne scores a try for St Ives Roosters in their season-opening success against Bedford Tigers. Picture: HELEN DRAKE.

St Ives Roosters started the new Eastern Premier Division season in exactly the same way they ended the old one.

Huntingdonshire District Council count 2015

All the results are in for the 18 seats up for grabs on Huntingdonshire District Council.

The Hunts Post Hustings, at Huntingdon Regional College, Conservative Jonathan Djanogly MP,

Jonathan Djanogly has been re-elected as Huntingdon’s MP with an increased majority and the big losers on the night were the Liberal Democrats whose share of the vote was down by 21.1 per cent.

St Neots players and management in a post-match huddle at Truro. Picture by Claire Howes.

Chairman Mike Kearns insists St Neots Town intend to bounce back from their Southern League Premier Division heartache in the best possible way.

Gallery:Eynesbury celebrates patron saint with fun day

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Eynesbury Village Asssociation St Georges Day,  (l-r) Rosalie, and Emily, from St Neots, with the crowns they made,

Families enjoyed a fun day out at Eynesbury Village Association’s St George’s event – held on a new site at the Regatta Meadow in St Neots.

Lee Clarke celebrates after heading St Neots' goal in their Southern League Premier Division play-off semi-final at Poole.

St Neots Town are now within 90 minutes of promotion to the Football Conference.

Election 2015

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Huntingdonshire Election results 2015,

Jonathan Djanogly retained his Huntingdon seat at Thursday’s election but the Liberal Democrats were the big losers on the night.

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