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A man accused of murdering six-year-old Rikki Neave 25 years ago is facing a trial in the autumn.

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A man filmed the moment his car filled with water after he attempted to drive through flooded Welney Wash despite road closed barriers and warning signs.

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Three people were seriously injured after a car flipped on its roof in a three-vehicle crash in Wisbech.

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Tributes were paid to a "thoughtful, loving, generous" young man at an inquest into his death.

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Four men have been arrested on suspicion of fraud in Wisbech - one of them was also questioned over suspicion of people trafficking and exploitation.

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Leaders in Cambridgeshire have condemned the actions of Extinction Rebellion protesters after they continued to wreak havoc in the county.

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A property has sold at auction in Norwich for just £1 - even though the new owner will need to find a way of getting inside.

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A burglar who targeted two houses and a chip shop was caught on CCTV wearing a jacket he had stolen from one of the locations.

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The empty unit neighbouring Jack's supermarket in Chatteris could be the new home for trade tool suppliers Screwfix Direct.

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A Ford Transit van was set alight while parked in a March road just several feet away from a house.

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A Coates man aims to help promote veganism around the world after cycling over 200 miles across India.

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A 75-year-old from March will publish his first novel about a struggling runner from the Fens who is on track to become an Olympic star after a twist of fate.

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A large artic lorry has flipped on its side along a main Fenland road amid wet and windy weather conditions.

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Dozens of supermarket bargain hunters stood patiently in line at the launch of a new Lidl store in Cambridgeshire.

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A 57-year-old man was arrested after he was caught driving "erratically" almost three times the legal limit and could "barely walk".

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A 38-year-old man charged with the 1994 murder of schoolboy Rikki Neave will appear at the Old Bailey tomorrow morning (Friday February 21).

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A new US phone scam targeting elderly people is set to hit Cambridgeshire, tech giants have warned.

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Student paramedics in the East Anglian regions will be eligible for a new £5,000 annual bursary from September 2020.

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A Wisbech teacher attempted to win enough cash to buy a new car on national TV last night to replace his "derelict Vauxhall Astra".

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Tributes are being paid to Peterborough United's groundsman who has died at the age of 21 following a collision on the A16.

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A drug dealer hid 100 wraps of crack cocaine and 70 wraps of heroin worth £1,700 is his underpants.

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The charges come after protesters were seen digging up the grass at Trinity College in Cambridge.

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The barriers at Welney Wash are now closed after the river depth increased to nearly three meters overnight.

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Three brothers are gearing up to run the 2020 London Marathon in a bid to raise charity cash following their father's death four years ago.

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Wisbech Sea Cadets became the first in the country to be affiliated with the Royal Society of St George at a presentation evening.

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Around 300 campaigners wearing masks took part in a rally in Wisbech in a bid to stop plans to build a mega waste incinerator.

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A man who admitted raping and sexually abusing four children in the late 90s in South Cambridgeshire has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.

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Ruth Neave, the mother of murdered schoolboy Rikki Neave, spoke of being "overwhelmed" and "totally numb" after a suspect was arrested and charged with her son's murder.

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A man in his 20s has died after crashing their car before it burst into flames on a Cambridgeshire roundabout.

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A man caught growing nearly half-a-million pounds worth of class B drugs inside his Cambridgeshire home has been jailed.

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A man has been arrested and charged with the murder of schoolboy Rikki Neave, police have revealed.

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North Bank road is expected to stay closed after the Environment Agency issued a flood warning, the council has announced.

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Extinction Rebellion has blocked two roads in Cambridge in a protest over climate change and "social justice".

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Labour's REBECCCA DENNESS, a member of Ely City Council, was among a crowded gathering at Ely Cathedral on Friday to hear former Speaker John Bercow. He was there to promote his book 'Unspeakable' for an event organised by Topping & Co.

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The first £100,000 starter home promised by Mayor James Palmer as part of a major new housing initiative will be built and occupied by Christmas.

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Despite respecting the wishes of those for demolition of this historic building in Chatteris, I don't see St Peter's Church, or any other old chapels up for demolition around the town like the empty derelict one in London Road that formally housed a lighting firm, or the one in Park Street that is now a vets.

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Extra precautions in response to the coronavirus are being taken by Fenland District Council because of its role in managing two inland ports.

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Fenland Council says upgrading all 71 CCTV cameras - and moving to a new shared control unit in Peterborough - is saving money and improving the quality of images.

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A March man awarded £1.8 million after he lost his leg when his bin truck ploughed into a lorry has expressed frustration over the need to involve trustees who oversee his compensation in matters such as buying a bed.

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A Leicester based company wants to turn a six-bed detached house in a Wisbech cul-de-sac into independent living flats for young and vulnerable women leaving care for the first time.

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A man stole a car and used it to drive to a Murrow newsagent where he attempted to rob the owner with a large knife but was beaten away with a rounders bat.

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Extinction Rebellion protesters halted a Cambridge City Council budget-setting meeting before staging an all-night "occupation" in the public chamber.

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He's an Old Etonian, a multi-millionaire, prone to political gaffes, and described by one commentator as being "on indefinite secondment from the mid-18th century".

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An exhibition of objects that hold fond memories of the past - including a washboard that was used as an instrument in a jazz band - will feature at Wisbech Museum.

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Dozens of estates left by people in Cambridgeshire are currently unclaimed. Check our tables to see if your surname is on the list - you could be due thousands of pounds.

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A sculpture crafted by apprentices at Stainless Metalcraft that has sat in storage for three years will be installed at a Chatteris park to overlook the Fens.

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It may be a time for romance for some, but as Valentine's Day arrives, Cambridgeshire police are warning the public of romance fraud.

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Updated Missing 43-year-old man found

Thursday, February 13, 2020

A man who went missing this morning has been found.

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Campaigners hoping to stop a £300 million waste incinerator from being built in Wisbech are urging residents to join them at a rally this weekend.

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Newly appointed Chief Secretary to the Treasury and NE Cambs MP Steve Barclay picked tonight, coincidentally, to host a celebration party for his key constituency workers following the General Election.

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Thomas Clarkson Academy has undergone a "massive transformation" to become a good state school for the first time.

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Principal Richard Scott today was "over the moon" as Thomas Clarkson Academy (TCA) obtained its best Ofsted rating.

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A man died following a collision near Peterborough yesterday evening (February 12).

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Topping up police coffers to allow them to put more PCSOs on the streets of Wisbech, March, Chatteris and Whittlesey, is being considered by Fenland Council.

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A suspect wanted for assaulting a woman escaped police by hiding overnight in a shed, a court heard.

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Ely county councillor Bill Hunt criticised a fellow county councillor after claims she received £6,000 in allowances despite only attending two meetings owing to her role in the European Parliament.

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Students from the College of West Anglia in Wisbech who aim for a career in osteopathy were inspired during an osteopath visit.

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Neale-Wade Academy in March has signed up to the mental wellbeing phone app Thrive, which will give 24/7 support to students and staff.

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A football programme designed to drive young people away from anti-social behaviour is launching in March.

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Work has started to dismantle a football stand damaged by Storm Ciara, as its team cancels its upcoming fixture.

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