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12:02

A male motorcyclist has been taken to hospital in a critical condition following a serious collision involving a car on the A47.

Talented woodwork enthusiasts from across the region are being urged to apply for a new TV series for a major UK broadcaster.

Residents of a pothole-ridden “bomb site” in Wisbech are angry that it has been left unfinished more than four years after they moved in - but the developer says it’s down to a delay in getting the county council to adopt the road.

A man and woman from St Neots charged in connection with the death of 12-week-old Teddie Mitchell have appeared in court today (July 3).

A very special ‘Thank you NHS’ Spitfire plane will fly over the region at the weekend to mark the 72nd birthday of the National Health Service.

The A47 between Thorney and Eye is closed due to a serious collision involving a motorcyclist and a car.

A government review into the use of surgical mesh implants will be released next week, five years after a March mum launched a campaign to raise awareness of patients experiencing complications from the procedure.

Thousands are expected to emulate astronaut Neil Armstrong’s immortal words “that’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” as Fenland pubs, restaurants and hair salons re-open.

Minor injury units in Wisbech and Doddington will remain temporarily closed as there is “no date set” for reopening.

Wisbech News

11:39

Residents of a pothole-ridden “bomb site” in Wisbech are angry that it has been left unfinished more than four years after they moved in - but the developer says it’s down to a delay in getting the county council to adopt the road.

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Minor injury units in Wisbech and Doddington will remain temporarily closed as there is “no date set” for reopening.

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A Fenland headteacher is remaining optimistic and planning for the future after Ofsted said her school “required improvement”.

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Film lovers will be able to watch movies on the big screen from July 4 - here’s how Norfolk’s cinemas are preparing.

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Eleven more staff members at the Princes food factory in Wisbech have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total to 25 cases.

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West Norfolk News

The potential reintroduction of rail services between two Norfolk towns has been hailed by campaigners as the “biggest game changer in a generation”.

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A councillor has stepped down from a senior role because he is feeling his age.

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King's Lynn

Film lovers will be able to watch movies on the big screen from July 4 - here’s how Norfolk’s cinemas are preparing.

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Attempts to bring two stretches of Norfolk railway back into full working order have taken a further step forward.

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King's Lynn

More than £20m is to be spent to fill in pot-holes and fix bridges around Norfolk, including £1.2m to repair Great Yarmouth’s Haven Bridge and half a million pounds to resurface a road through a village.

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King's Lynn News

Tue, 10:33

The death of a woman whose body was found on Sunday is not being treated as suspicious.

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For one patient, he could not have received a more heart-warming reception after months of battling the coronavirus.

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A restaurant will be rushed off its feet when it reopens after lockdown as customers flock to its new outdoor dining pods.

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Coronavirus in Norfolk

A self-employed landscape gardener who was living behind a hedge for three months said he was “in floods of tears” after being given a safe place to stay.

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A male driver who was spotted swerving between lanes in Wisbech was arrested for being in possession of an offensive weapon after an officer noticed something in the footwell of the vehicle.

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Agriculture

Wed, 12:23

Eleven more staff members at the Princes food factory in Wisbech have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total to 25 cases.

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Two Romanians who flagged down police late at night on a rural Cambridgeshire road led to four arrests for modern day slavery.

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The Princes’ factory in Wisbech has closed for 24 hours to be deep cleaned after 14 staff members tested positive for coronavirus.

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Numbers signing up for Universal Credit in East Cambridgeshire and Fenland may have peaked after a massive surge throughout April and May.

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A progressive family-run farm which is harnessing technology to oversee its network of contract farming arrangements has become East Anglia’s latest member of a national knowledge-sharing network.

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