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Tesco urgently recalls lipstick and lollipop pens

Discover Ferry Meadows weekend . Michael Brooker and his daughter Rosslyn Hamlyn from Running Breaks and Yvonne Goodsell from PT Eye with Angie Ware at the athletic coaching area. EMN-170520-194546009

Lots of family fun at Discover Ferry Meadows weekend

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Light rain

Free family events at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve in Whittlesey

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United against the forces of hate - Peterborough City Council leader John Holdich

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Concerned resident starts speed awareness campaign on road

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Air ambulance at serious multi vehicle crash which has closed A1 at Stamford - long delays

Sam and Ned Sherwin

Oundle brothers’ effort raises £1,400 for Syria

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The hustings at the Peterborough Regional College.

VIDEO: Feisty hustings sees Peterborough candidates debate terrorism, Brexit and plenty more

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Mark Tyler in action for Posh

INTERVIEW: Tyler to make his mark in coaching role

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Chris Harris in action.

POSTPONEMENT: Glasgow v Panthers is called off

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Chris Harris. Picture: Ian Bush

SPEEDWAY SIGNING: British star Harris joins city side

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Kenneth Hansen.

SPEEDWAY SACKING: Danish racer Hansen shown the door

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MEETING REPORT: Monarchs rule on another bad night for Panthers

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SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Thank goodness cheats don’t always prosper, a vomit-inducing finale, no-one likes my hero of the week

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SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Posh Legends in action at the ABAX


WIN a loco ride for 6 at Nene Valley Railway

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Kings Dyke Nature Reserve

Free family events at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve in Whittlesey

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Tekken 7 looks superb and is out on June 3

Console Corner: New Tekken is coming next month and it looks Unreal

Gadgets and Tech
Parveen's lamb sheesh kebabs

SPICE QUEEN: Healthy, tasty way to add a little spice to the holiday weekend

Thornton on Thursday column with Peterborough Telegraph's deputy editor Nigel Thornton -

Blue sky thinking for Peterborough’s park life