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A man has been charged with wounding with intent following a stabbing in Huntingdon on Sunday.

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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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Joan Shrubb

A St Ives man has called for a pedestrian crossing on a busy town centre road after his mother died following an accident on Saturday.

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Wetherspoon is coming to town.

The Hunts Post is extending the deadline and opening a poll for readers to make their opinions heard about the naming of a town pub.

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Police raid A14 car wash, at Swavesey,

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

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Rev Stephen Talbot

A former police chaplain has admitted making and possessing indecent images of children.

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Cambridge Crown Court.

A Huntingdon man will go on trial at Cambridge Crown Court after he today (Monday) pleaded not guilty to murder, one count of causing actual bodily harm and five counts of possessing and supplying drugs.

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The armed raid in progress in Cromwell Drive, Hinchingbrooke Park.

A man was stabbed at a property in Huntingdon yesterday (Sunday).

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Firefighters were called to the incident yesterday.

Firefighters tackled a car fire in Haddon yesterday (Sunday).

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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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Victor Sacks and his three-year-old son Noah, who inspired his plan for an 84-mile trek. Picture: HELEN DRAKE.

A Brampton man who wanted to do “something memorable” to mark his 50th birthday aims to raise £10,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) by walking the entire length of Hadrian’s Wall.

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Pupils from Key Stage 2 show off the building and new uniform with headteacher Stephanie Baldwin. Picture: HELEN DRAKE.

It is an “exciting” time for a Huntingdon school which is enjoying a new extension just months after becoming an academy.

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Sahara walkers (from left) the guide Abraham, Billy Risley, Paul Dyer, Charlie Risley and Philip Malley.

Four intrepid fundraisers have raised more than £4,000 for charity after completing a 100km trek across the Sahara Desert.

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Firefighters were called to the incident yesterday evening.

Firefighters freed a woman after a car crashed into a ditch in Wistow yesterday evening (Thursday).

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Peter Durman receives a long service award.

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

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Mark Patterson.

Former St Ivo headteacher Mark Patterson claims he did not resign from the school.

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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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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.

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Dog walker attacked in Huntingdon

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Police have appealed for witnesses

A dog walker had to be taken to hospital with serious face injuries after being attacked in Huntingdon.

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Nicholas Banks.

It’s a stellar cast featuring names such as Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Caine – and now a St Neots actor has joined their ranks for his major film debut.

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The River Great Ouse on a frosty morning by St Neots Camera Club's Jim Kevern.

Do you have an eye for taking a prize-winning photograph?

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The Dish team, from left, Nicky Gilroy, Hilary Bayles, Jackie Newman, Michael O'Fee, and manager Audrey Gatford.

A charity providing support and advice for people with disabilities, their carers and parents of disabled children has a new manager.

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Councillor  Saeed Akthar.

A former Mayor of Huntingdon, Councillor Saeed Akthar, has today (Monday) admitted perverting the course of justice.

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New firefighter John Woolfe.

Four firefighters who have joined the ranks at Huntingdonshire fire stations are among 10 new Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service recruits.

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East of England Ambulance Service.

Three people were freed by firefighters after a crash in Godmanchester yesterday (Sunday).

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St Ivo School, have a visit from Amazing Animals, of Chipping Norton. Year 9 pupils (l-r) Jordan and Emily, with Mitch, and Malcolm, both Bolivian Squirrel Monkeys.

Pupils at St Ivo School were joined in the classroom by spiders and snakes on Friday (January 9) – along with a couple of film star monkeys.

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NHS launches consultation on 111 number.

Huntingdonshire residents will be able to have their say about the NHS 111 phone number and GP out-of-hours services during a public consultation.

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DofE Gold presentation

Youngsters from across Cambridgeshire gathered in Huntingdon to celebrate gaining their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards.

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New curator for St Ives museum

Saturday, January 17, 2015
Norris Museum, St Ives, new Curator Sarah Russell.

The Norris Museum has a new curator.

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