Peterborough Telegraph

Inquiry to look at new railway proposals in Peterborough

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Coun David Seaton and Peterborough City Council  Leader Coun. John  Holdich with the 2018/9 budget EMN-171011-165633009

The battle to balance the budget - Peterborough City Council leader John Holdich

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Speaker's Corner columnists -  Peterborough Telegraph -, @peterboroughtel on Twitter,

Empowerment and freedom - Liberal Democrat Cllr Nick Sandford

Sunny spells

Mature moggies are marvellous


Nursery children in Hampton visit care home residents


No short cuts to end of barber Dick’s 73 year career

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Community rallies around Maureen after contracting terrible illness

The Raft Race cheque presentation

More than £8,000 raised at Deepings raft race shared by good causes

City College Peterborough

Funding to help adult learners in the city

Posh manager Grant McCann watching his side lose at home to Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/

MATCH REACTION: Peterborough United lacked intelligence, commitment and backbone, and they weren’t brave enough either

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Posh star Marcus Maddison cuts a dejected figure after the home defeat at the hands of Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/

ON-THE-WHISTLE-REPORT: Peterborough United 0, Blackpool 1: Old boy haunts Posh who slip to disappointing home defeat

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Avelino Vieira scores Peterborough Sports' second goal in their 3-2 defeat at the hands of Chasetown. Photo: James Richardson.

EVO STIK LEAGUE: Peterborough Sports’ slump continues, Spalding are no help, but Daniels destroy Kidsgrove

Posh substitute Gwion Edwards tries to get the better of Blackpool's Jay Spearing. Photo: Joe Dent/

PLAYER VERDICTS: All-action Anthony leads the way, but gets few followers

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ROUND-UP: Deeping captain to the rescue, Ollie goal settles battle of top two, magnificent seven for Holbeach, Star have lost last three games by aggregate of 14-0, but holders reach semi-finals,


MATCH PREVIEW: Gwion boost for a Peterborough United side with their sights set high


PREVIEW: Big city derby is headline act in Peterborough Premier Division

Local Football

FEATURE: Will Peterborough United’s fringe players be able to cut it?

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Meg McPartlin

What’s on - Peterborough’s pubs and clubs

Whats on
The Collegiate Church and Cloister in the centre of Saint-Emilion, France SUS-161021-131358003

The best of blues and folk rock comes to The Key

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Schools' Sings event at the Cresset. Paston Ridings primary and The King's School pupils performing. EMN-171114-085828009

Peterborough primary schools bring their Favourite Things - and the West End - to The Cresset

Parveen's granola bars

Parveen The Spice Queen: My gorgeous, guilt-free granola bars

The winners of the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017.

Celebrations as the best in business are recognised at the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017

Interiors and exterior of the Middletons Streakhouse & Grill,  Bridge Street

The best chain restaurant experience in Peterborough