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Yesterday, 16:42

Firms could be left millions of pounds out of pocket by the collapse of a Norfolk construction firm.

Fashion entrepreneur Oliver Tookman is to close the March branch of Robert Goddard – previously Boon and Potter – to focus on investment in his larger stores and a growing on-line market.

Vets in March have issued a warning to dog owners following a case of the deadly parvovirus disease this week.

A 1,700 word report into the running of the fund raising ball run by Mayor James Palmer last June has concluded that references to the beneficiaries being a charity “were made in good faith, albeit erroneously so”.

Two drug dealers who murdered a Cambridge man in a frenzied knife attack have been jailed for life.

Sport

Tue, 12:47

A handful of Neale-Wade footballers are set to represent the district at the Birmingham Soccer Dome next month at the national indoor 5-a-side finals.

Wisbech 1st XV refound their winning form when they beat Woodbridge RFC 33-0 at Harecroft Road on Saturday afternoon.

Skating athletes from across the eastern region came to the Fens for a contest to find fastest champions.

On a sunny Sunday morning 15 Three Counties Running Club members travelled to Stamford to take part in the Valentine’s 30k race of just over 18 miles.

Manager Gary Setchell believes Wisbech Town’s fate in Northern Premier League Division One East could hinge on a series of crucial home clashes.

What's On

Thu, 14:46

The new children’s book from No. 1 bestselling author David Walliams – a deliciously daft ‘tall story’ of a child who had everything, but still wanted more.

From the imaginative minds behind West End hit The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre return to the Cambridge Arts Theatre with another laugh-a-minute action-filled caper in The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.

The Brampton Mill might be a 500-year-old building but thanks to a stylish refurbishment it’s been transformed into a modern masterpiece – though still maintaining its traditional character thanks to a fully functioning mill wheel and low-beamed ceilings.

More of a sci-fi comedy with thriller traits thrown in than straight up horror, Happy Death Day 2U is an inventive subversion of typical slasher movies.

Twenty five years since Peter Andre burst onto the Australian music scene, the popstar is back with a 25-date tour of the UK, which visits the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Wednesday February 27.

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Wed, 09:41

A brave 23-year-old from March wants to raise awareness of living with Ulcerative Colitis after surgery led to her having a stoma bag fitted.

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