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A derelict building on the edge of St Ives was set alight yesterday (Tuesday).

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Chickens

A petition has been launched by a campaign group in Grafham to restrict the number of chickens housed on a newly-opened poultry farm.

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A care worker who stole £260 from a grandmother she looked after in the pensioner’s own home was been jailed for 12 weeks.

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A man suffered back injuries when his bike was involved in a crash with a car in Sawtry last night (Monday).

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A crash involving a van and two cars on a key junction near Huntingdon is causing long delays.

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Jet Garage, Witcham Toll,

A Huntingdon-based company in charge of a petrol station near Ely has been fined thousands of pounds after environmental health officers discovered it was infested with mice.

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A woman was treated by paramedics after a fire broke out in a bungalow.

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Two more of Cambridgeshire police’s backroom teams could be merged with neighbouring counties in cost savings measures.

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A man has been taken to hospital after a crash involving a lorry and a van at St Neots.

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Luminus

An investigation into complaints about social housing provider Luminus has dismissed the allegations.

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Littlehey Prison,

Volunteers are wanted for a challenging role behind bars at HMP Littlehey.

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The Black Bull at Brampton raised £5,100 to name a Guide Dog puppy, (l-r) Guide Dog Owner Claire Wallace with Blaze is seen accepting  the cheque on behalf of Guide Dogs from landlady Sharon Lewis.

A true community effort has resulted in more than £5,000 being raised for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.

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A14.

A driver doing 128mph on the A14 was the worst case of speeding in the county in 2014, it has been revealed.

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The team of volunteers who reunited the wings with the fuselage of the de Havilland Mosquito.

A St Neots man was in the cockpit as the restoration work on a piece of aviation history took a major step forward.

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Huntingdon Fire Station 50th Anniversary, (l-r) Adam Smith, and Max Smith, from Camborne, with some of the old fire hemets,

Generations of firefighters returned to Huntingdon Fire Station on Friday (February 20) to mark its 50th anniversary. Hywel Barrett spoke to one of the first crews to operate at the Hartford Road station.

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Rev Stephen Talbot.

A former police chaplain has been jailed for 15 months after he pleaded guilty to possessing indecent images of children.

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Dragon Theo Paphitis, centre, with The Original Olive Oil Company owners Rob Marsden and Pam Pantazi.

Two Huntingdonshire companies have received recognition from one of the UK’s leading small business champions.

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Firefighter using cutters to cut up car

Firefighters had to free a casualty following an accident involving two vehicles yesterday (Thursday) morning.

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Magpas charity stall volunteers, from left, Brenda Stevens, Pauline Molyneaux and Ohsuk Kwon. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Volunteers who were invited to set up a charity stall at Magpas after being told to vacate their home of 25 years at Hinchingbrooke Hospital have raised nearly £14,000 in just over a year.

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Police have issued a warning after Huntingdon attempted break ins.

Police have issued a warning after a gang attempted to break into a Huntingdon home.

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Saffron Leheup-Wright who is off to Kenya and Uganda to teach netball.

A teenager from Brampton is raising money to fund a trip to Africa so that she can teach disadvantaged youngsters how to play netball.

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Scott Chandler is reunited with the ring that was rescued from a skip. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

A husband has been reunited with his wedding ring which he presumed he would never see again after losing it.

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A woman has been banned from driving little more than a day after she was involved in a crash in Huntingdon.

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A housebound 90-year-old grandmother who helped police catch a carer who was stealing her money says the thief “deserves whatever is coming to her”. Mary Rose, of Ramsey St Mary’s, says she was “hurt” after discovering Andrea Gartside was taking cash from her home.

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A1.

A call will be made tonight (Wednesday) for Huntingdonshire District Council to formally back an upgrade of the A1.

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Philip Ruane has been reported missing.

A Ramsey man, reported missing after failing to return home after a weekend away, has been found

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Martin Hatch, of Eynesbury, took this image of a kayaker in Cardington.

We are surrounded by water in Huntingdonshire so it’s no surprise The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition is awash with pictures featuring the wet stuff.

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Boxer Tommy Martin at Longsands with pupils Jamie Houseago and Jessica Ashton.

England boxing champion Tommy Martin dropped in on his former school to help inspire its current crop of students.

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Museum curator Sarah Russell with the Pettis survey from 1728.

Here at The Norris Museum work continues apace designing the new gallery for our redevelopment.

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