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The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of wind for the county today (Tuesday).

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Police are investigating after a fatal crash near Godmanchester.

Police are re-appealing for witnesses of a crash near Godmanchester in which a man died.

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A person has died after a crash between a lorry and a car on the A1 near Wansford.

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The group at the demonstration, with (front) Lorna Mansbridge, treasurer of Huntingdon Trades Council. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

A group of campaigners staged a demonstration to show their support for keeping Hinchingbrooke Hospital running full services within the NHS on Saturday.

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Dean Harris.

A report into whether social workers could have stopped a Sawtry teenager killing his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter has cleared Cambridgeshire Social Services and other agencies of blame – but says lessons must be learned.

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Pictured are (from left) Ian Weller, Kath Harry, Alison Edwards, Trish Rowland and Heidi Constable.

More volunteers are needed to help people settle in at home after leaving hospital.

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St Annes Primary School, Godmanchester, TV Club pupils filming interview with Head Teacher Adrian, Shepherd,

Pupils at St Anne’s School, Godmanchester put their headmaster on the spot - by asking him personal questions for a television show.

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Pupils, from left, Alfie, Mya, Lucy and Hayden at Holywell School learnt all about being tree surgeons, with arboriculturalists at Huntingdonshire District Council Adrian Sargeant (left) and George Allen.

Children from Holywell C of E Primary School got a taste of being a tree surgeon on Wednesday.

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St Neots Passion Play

An outdoor performance depicting the last week in the life of Jesus Christ will take place in St Neots on Easter Sunday (April 5).

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Magpas volunteers Anna Morgan-Dutton, left, and Chris Harding at last month's regular cake sale.

Spring is most definitely in the air in Huntingdon with the opening of a monthly garden stall at the Magpas Charity Shop and the chance to win a giant fluffy rabbit.

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Book Jam

Young reading enthusiasts are being urged to use their creative talents to design a book cover ahead of the fourth Book Jam.

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Police

A crash involving two vans on the A14 is causing tailbacks this afternoon (Friday).

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Police are appealing for witnesses.

A man has died after the vehicle he was travelling in crashed yesterday (Thursday).

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A fire broke out in a house being renovated in a Huntingdonshire village last night (Wednesday).

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Independent council candidates Jennifer Sarabia, Scott Hutchison, Edd Welsh, Guy Makey, Peter Clark and Margaret Meredith.

Five more independents have put their names forward to stand in the Huntingdon Town Council election in May.

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General election 2015

Have you got a question to ask the prospective MP for Huntingdon? If so, The Hunts Post is hosting a hustings event for residents to have their say before the election.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust has a new chairman of the board.

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Rachel Pask Election panelist

Targeting tax-avoiding corporations, increased funding for mental health services and a new Help to Buy scheme were among the most popular aspects of the final budget of the current Government, according to members of the Hunts Post election panel.

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Scott Preston.

The head of a St Neots academy has defended his school against an Ofsted inspector’s report that in “a number of lessons” pupils showed “apathy, boredom and rudeness” to teachers and an allegation that the teaching was poor.

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Hinchingbrooke Country Park by Tom Satherley of Brampton Road, Huntingdon.

The wait is almost over to discover which of more than 900 entries for The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition have been picked as winners.

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A cyclist was punched off his bike into oncoming traffic in a road rage attack in a Huntingdonshire village.

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Chickens

More than 200 ex-battery hens have experienced sunshine for the first time, thanks to a re-homing appeal between two animal charities.

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Kimbolton School pupils, staff and contractors on the roof of the new building.

Staff and pupils at Kimbolton School joined construction workers for an official topping-out ceremony at the top of the school’s new science and maths building.

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A driver has been chased through several villages by a gang of men on quad bikes after asking them to leave a field.

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St Ives town centre

A full comprehensive study of parking in St Ives has been called for as charges are set to be introduced at the park and ride site.

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Officers will be clamping down on parking in St Ives next month.

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Rotary Club president David Lawrence, Brian Moore and Stephen Moody of Scope.

A sportsman’s dinner in St Neots that featured BBC commentator and former rugby international Brian Moore as the guest speaker raised more than £10,000 for charity.

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Aaron Ginn, right, with the Magpas Helimedix team, air ambulance and the new look Magpas van

A dedicated team of motor mechanics spent a year restoring a dilapidated van to its former glory to provide a life-saving charity with a new events vehicle.

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Bob Kimpton, of Brampton, took this photo of a bittern taking off from the reeds at Minsmere in Suffolk.

Entries for The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition are being processed in readiness to go on public display later this month.

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Election

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Independent council candidates Jennifer Sarabia, Scott Hutchison, Edd Welsh, Guy Makey, Peter Clark and Margaret Meredith.

Five more independents have put their names forward to stand in the Huntingdon Town Council election in May.

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