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Fenland came to the rescue of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire in their bid to find a Conservative willing to be interviewed on air hours after the Rochester and Strood by election.

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Health experts are reminding people who are under 65 and have long term health conditions to get the first jab in and beat flu this winter.

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Lynn Road, Wisbech, during installation of new street lights

All of the issues thrown up by an audit of the street lighting contract run by Balfour Beatty which showed Cambridgeshire County Council “will not be paying the correct amount for its electricity” have been resolved, say a new report.

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Former NER carriage

Uncertainty has prompted the Bramley Line – the organisation fighting to reopen the March to Wisbech link – to only undertake “minimal track maintenance” until its future is decided.

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Don't use 101 for now says police

The 101 non emergency number for Cambridgeshire police is back working.

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Illegal exports to Iran by Cambs businessman

The managing director of a Cambridgeshire company who exported over £3 million worth of banned products to Iran must repay £68,000 of “criminal profits”.

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Chris Humphries, assistant director of the Clinical Commissioning Group.

A health summit was held at Chatteris to discuss how to improve provision in Fenland.

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Gareth Farrington

A bungling burglar who fled two homes – once after his spade set off an alarm and then when he was spotted dangling from an upstairs window- has been jailed.

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Alastair Hignell with Wisbech Grammar School students.

A former England rugby international who was struck down with multiple sclerosis 15 years ago gave an inspirational talk to Wisbech Grammar School pupils.

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Wisbech firefighters picked up the Operational Excellence Award.

Outstanding firefighters were recognised at Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) Excellence Awards last night.

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Paul Lattimore.

A man who stole more than £60,000 from his elderly and vulnerable great aunt has been jailed for more than three years.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to two altercations outside a Fenland primary school.

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Greg Dyke.  Picture: James Bass

MP Steve Barclay has met with FA chairman Greg Dyke to discuss improving football pitches in Fenland.

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Age UK Charity shop, Wisbech.

A former mayor has been banned from Age UK’s Wisbech charity shop after an incident involving a volunteer member of staff.

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MP Steve Barclay

An MP has rebelled against his own Government and voted to keep UK law and order regulations separate from those being proposed by the European Union.

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A person had to be cut free after two cars collided in Wisbech yesterday.

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Coot rescue, Manea

A coot found swimming round in circles after getting its feet entangled in fishing tackle was rescued by the RSPCA.

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