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The partner of murdered Samantha Ho failed to appear at court today (September 4).

Josh Colbert crowned as UK plumber of the year 2015

After coming up against some strong competition a plumber from Huntingdon has been crowned the best in the UK.

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Hartford Marina redsidents, (l-r) secretary of Hartford Marina Community Association Sue Rodwell-Smith, and Glen Parker.

Residents living at Hartford Marina are bracing themselves for a fresh court battle with the Environment Agency.


Magistrates have granted an order banning people from living or visiting a house in Huntingdon linked to persistent cases of anti-social behaviour and “drug activity”.

Hardwick Dene residential home in Buckden, have a visit from Cambridge Shetland Ponies Parties, (l-r) Pigwigs, owner Anna Jermaine, and resident Mary Clarke,

Residents at Hardwick Dene residential home were treated to a visit from a four legged friend.


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The partner of murdered Samantha Ho failed to appear at court today (September 4).

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Cllr Bob Farrer

Calls have been made for a councillor to resign who referred to a special needs school as “for retards.”

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After coming up against some strong competition a plumber from Huntingdon has been crowned the best in the UK.

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Craig Cook, Managing Director of Cream Club, St Ives,

Last month, The Hunts Post told how a St Ives company had entered administration owing creditors £1m. MARK SHIELDS speaks to managing director Craig Cook about why he thinks the new company will succeed.

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Phil Playle with colleagues at EOGB, in St Neots.

EOGB Energy Products said goodbye to long-serving staff member Phil Playle this week after almost 20 years of service.

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Cream Club, St Ives,

The former boss of a St Ives company which has gone into administration owing more than £1 million - including £150,000 in unpaid wages to staff – has pledged that cash will be paid back.

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The fourth staging of the annual Hunts 2 Star Open was a roaring success last weekend.

St Ives batsman Richard Greiller in action against Eaton Socon. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Captain Freddie Khan has called on high-scoring Huntingdon & District star Khaqan Arsal to deliver more heroics as they bid to clinch a second successive promotion.

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Georgia Rebane scored in St Ives Town Ladies' first game. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

A new era of female football started in successful style on Sunday as St Ives Town Ladies triumphed in their first-ever game.

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Ramsey 40s Weekend, (l-r) Alec Fairbrother, Mel Baxter, as Sir Winston Churchill, and Ian Bancroft, from Spalding,

Around 6,000 visitors poured through the gates of the camp in Wood Lane, Ramsey, on Saturday and Sunday for the annual 1940s weekend.

Gallery:GCSE Results: Longsands Academy, St Neots

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GCSE Results, at Longsands Academy, St Neots, Mikey Duddridge,

At Longsands Academy, 99 per cent of the school’s 284 Year 11 pupils achieved at least one GCSE or equivalent grade with 96 per cent gaining five A*-G grades.

GCSE Results, at St Peters School, Huntingdon,

In science, students achieved above the national average results in the three sciences. The results in biology were 100 per cent A*-C, chemistry 97 per cent A*-C and physics 97 per cent A*-C.

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Gallery:GCSE Results: St Ivo School, St Ives

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GCSE Results, Ivo School, St Ives, (l-r) twins Megan Maxwell, Lauren Maxwell, Charlotte Corn, and Abby Spencer,

The school’s 5 A*-C grades including Maths and English slightly rose from 61 per cent to 62 per cent this year but 97.98 per cent of students managed A*-G grades in this year’s exams.

Gallery:GCSE Results: Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon

Thursday, August 20, 2015
GCSE Results, at Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon, (l-r) Georgina Leslie, Alex Clayden, and Alex Dachhs,

At Hinchingbrooke School 65 per cent of students achieved 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Maths, improving on last year’s performance by nine per cent.

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A Level Results, at Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon, (l-r) Carla Humphrey, and Lucy Bowden,

Arsenal Ladies footballer Carla Humphrey proved she is also a star in the classroom when she received her A-level results at Hinchingbrooke school today.

A Level Results, at Longsands Academy, (front l-r) Emily Morrey, Bethany Haynes, Katy Gibson, Shelby Moran, (back l-r) Josh Gore, Grace Leigh, Aaron King-Underwood,

Sixth form students across the region are celebrating today after receiving their A-level results. Check out The Hunts Post website for updated news throughout the day and see our special A-level Results pull-out in next week’s newspaper.

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