Peterborough Telegraph

STORM DORIS LIVE: Peterborough recycling centre shut, trees down on roads, train disruption

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CCTV of Peterborough robber who left woman, 70, injured and shaken

Crime
Shah Jehan Indian restaurant, Park Road

Restaurant boss fined for breaching order banning him from letting dangerous property

Crime 5
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UPDATE: Couple killed on A16 near Crowland named

Transport

Police believe grudge against council is to blame for Peterborough park vandalism

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Vital advice on business growth at Sawtry event

Business 1

STORM DORIS: Reader pictures and video show widespread damage across Peterborough

News 1
Long delays at Peterborough Staiton. Photo: Paul Napier

STORM DORIS: Long delays for commuters at Peterborough Train Station

Transport 1
Posh manager Grant McCann.

COMMENT: Peterborough United are in safe hands

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Posh boss Grant McCann is in a defiant mood.

PREVIEW: McCann insists he will defy the critics

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Alistair Price starts for Scotland.

SIX NATIONS RUGBY: Former Wisbech schoolboy starts for Scotland

Rugby union 1

LOOKING BACK: City ice hockey team the worst in British history

Sport 1

FEATURE: The mouthwatering prospect of an all city final in a County Cup Final

Local Football 1

He who laughs last . . . the Lions chairman is being proved right

Rugby union 1

The target for Phantoms now is simple says Slava: ‘We need to win all the matches we have got left’

Phantoms 1
Even You Song Choral Evening World Premiere at Peterborough Cathedral EMN-170217-102245009

Stunning night at the cathedral as new work is premiered

Music
Bananarama

Classic 80s icons to headline new outdoor festival in Peterborough - and we have tickets to give away

Whats on 1
Shalamar

Shalamar will make it a night to remember in Peterborough

Cambridgeshire
Pictured 30 years ago is the Posh Club darts team. They played in Division Two of the Peterborough Club & Institute League and  the phoptograph was taken before a shock 5-4 win at title-chasing Walton & Werrington Club.  The Posh Clubs five  winners were Alf Corney, Ivan Hammond, Don Ireland, Vic Matson and Jim Copeman. From the left are, back, Vic Matson, Don Ireland, Martin Ireland, Alf Corney, front, Ivan Hammond, Jim Copeman, Alan Harrison and John Lilley.

LOOKING BACK: City ice hockey team the worst in British history

Sport 1

NOSTALGIA: Can you spot the Peterborough landmarks?

Nostalgia