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A growing chorus of complaints of people left without heating, children living in damp and squalid conditions and numerous complaints of lingering mould has prompted urgent action by Fenland’s biggest provider of social housing.

MP Steve Barclay claims a major study on the future transport needs of Wisbech is flawed and unless it is amended or withdrawn could jeopardise prospects for re-opening the rail link to March.

Steve Barclay

Cambs Times reporter Kath Sansom described last night’s Twitter ‘storming’ of 10 Downing Street as “the beginning of the end” in the bid to get a public inquiry into surgical procedures involving mesh implants.

Kath Sansom

A feast of festive fare is being cooked up for fine diners at a pop-up restaurant at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech.

An 80’s disco is being held at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech with all profits going towards local homelessness charity, the Ferry Project.

Queen Mary Centre

A motorcycle was stolen during a garage burglary in Wisbech on Saturday (November 17).

A March family’s festive dance has gone viral for a national Christmas campaign after they were picked by talent spotters online.

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A night of food and an auction raised £3,000 for Scotty’s Little Soldiers that looks after the families of wounded and killed soldiers.

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A couple has won a historic battle for permission to build six homes at Christchurch after successfully challenging Fenland Council’s refusal that could have widespread consequences.

Fenland Council

Wisbech News

49 minutes ago

A growing chorus of complaints of people left without heating, children living in damp and squalid conditions and numerous complaints of lingering mould has prompted urgent action by Fenland’s biggest provider of social housing.

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MP Steve Barclay claims a major study on the future transport needs of Wisbech is flawed and unless it is amended or withdrawn could jeopardise prospects for re-opening the rail link to March.

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Steve Barclay

A feast of festive fare is being cooked up for fine diners at a pop-up restaurant at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House in Wisbech.

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An 80’s disco is being held at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech with all profits going towards local homelessness charity, the Ferry Project.

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Queen Mary Centre

A motorcycle was stolen during a garage burglary in Wisbech on Saturday (November 17).

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Photo Galleries

24 minutes ago

St Ives 2nds collected a valuable victory against another set of East Men’s League promotion rivals last Saturday.

Mark Camoccio tries the hunting set up of the lovely BSA Goldstar

Festive lights are now beaming down on the town centre

Tony Garratt

Children in Need fundraisers have been getting stuck in with all sorts of activities to drum up cash over the past week.

The countdown to Christmas officially began in Hornchurch at the weekend as the tree was put up and the lights were switched on.

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West Norfolk News

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‘P-P-Pleased to see you’ could have been how a colony of old penguin pals greeted each other after they were reunited at long last.

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Police in South Norfolk are scanning the roads using the latest technology.

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Diss

Police are now using ANPR cameras to seize uninsured, untaxed or unroadworthy vehicles across Norfolk and Suffolk every day.

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King's Lynn

The chief executive of a Norfolk academy trust has announced his retirement after 15 years in local education.

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Reading

A team from the region’s local enterprise partnership will meet the business secretary tonight to discuss how they can encourage Britvic and Unilever to retain production and jobs in Norwich.

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Greg Clark

King's Lynn News

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

A drink driver has been charged for being nearly three times the legal limit, crashing into a parked car in Main Road, Elm and trying to flee the scene.

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A 40-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of theft and possession of a knife with a three-inch blade in Wisbech town centre.

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Peterborough

On farmland at the old RAF Downham Market site a vision of the future was meant to take shape, employing 6,000 people and finding cures to deadly diseases.

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College of West Anglia

An elderly couple from Norfolk have been killed in a crash in Lincolnshire.

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Boston

People are being asked to sponsor a whole or half wheelchair or even just one wheel in an appeal at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King’s Lynn.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Agriculture

Friday, October 27, 2017

Growing maize under biodegradable film has the potential to deliver a significantly earlier harvest or dramatically increased yields, according to crop trials in East Anglia.

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