10 driving rules you might not know you’re breaking

We all know the rules when it comes to giving way or wearing a seatbelt.

Travellers at Ferry Meadows

Clean up operation for Ferry Meadows staff as travellers move on

Staff at Ferry Meadows park were left with a clean up operation after travellers moved on from the site.

Marketing teams wanted for £250k media prize

Marketing teams wanted for £250k media prize

Marketing professionals from across the UK are invited to ‘shoot it out’ for a £250,000 media prize by showcasing their creativity with a one minute video.

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Spoken word artist Keely Mills 
 photo credit One To One Development Trust

Capturing the dreams of Peterborough

From a bedroom of pink butterflies to building homes fit for future generations, digital artists Judi Alston and Andy Campbell of One To One Development Trust believe that Peterborough is full of people and organisations who are dreaming big things, and making them happen.

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Peterborough's River Nene

NOSTALGIA: Is that a monkey on Peterborough’s riverbank?

This week’s Looking Back pictures are a mixed bag with pride of place going to a lovely view of the River Nene.

A Bailey Pursuit caravan similar to the one stolen

Be on the lookout for caravan stolen from Ramsey

Police seeking information following the theft of a caravan in Ramsey St Mary’s on Friday, September 15.

Ulrich Ostergaard in action.

MEETING PREVIEW: Skipper seeking Scorpions success

Captain Ulrich Ostergaard insists Panthers’ home clash against Scunthorpe tonight (September 26) is anything but meaningless.

Andy Orrey, the newly appointed chair of Peterborough housing association, Cross Keys Homes.

New chairman named for leading housing association in Peterborough

There is a new hand on the helm of a leading housing association in Peterborough

The scene of the fire

Building destroyed as arsonists target Cambridgeshire farm

Arsonists have destroyed a barn full of bailed straw at a farm in Cambridgeshire.

Assistant Chief Constable Nav Malik

Senior Cambridgeshire police officer who admitted gross misconduct should face final warning not dismissal, panel says

A senior Cambridgeshire police officer who admitted gross misconduct after instructing a member of staff to pass topics to a candidate before a promotion interview should face a final written warning, a panel has recommended.

Posh youngster Luke Strachan.

LATEST NEWS: Birmingham clubs tracking Peterborough United youngster

Reports suggest Birmingham City and Aston Villa are monitoring the progress of Peterborough United youngster Luke Strachan.

Posh star Marcus Maddison, who is 24 today, in action against Oldham.

LIVE MATCH UPDATES: Oldham v Peterborough United: Posh are aiming for top spot

Peterborough United could go top of League One tonight (September 26).

Emily Comber

Talented Peterborough dancer seals place in youth ballet company

A talented young dancer from Maxey will be taking to the stage next month in a ballet production of The Stories of Beatrix Potter and Friends in Huntingdon.

Police news

Expert advice on offer at crime prevention event in Peterborough

Expert advice on how to protect homes and businesses from criminals will be on hand at an event in Peterborough tomorrow, Wednesday September 27.

Martin Adams.

DARTS: Wolfie is an early faller in the Masters

Three-times Winmau World Masters champion Martin ‘Wolfie’ Adams from Deeping was an early casualty in this year’s competition at Bridlington Spa.

Accident news

Two crashes on either side of A1 at Wittering cause delays for drivers

Two separate car crashes near Wittering on opposite sides of the A1 have caused delays for motorists this morning, Tuesday September 26.

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Warning after laser shone at train driver in Peterborough

Police are appealing for information after a laser pen was shone in a train driver’s eyes as he travelled through Peterborough.

Nene Park Academy students taking part in a memorial walk for  former head Martin Bacon around Ferry Meadows.

Pupils take time to remember former school teachers

More than 1,000 pupils walked through Ferry Meadows to remember two popular former members of staff who lost battles against cancer.

Volunteers needed to help wildlife in Peterborough

Volunteers needed to help wildlife in Peterborough

Animal lovers are needed to help the RSPCA care for creatures in Peterborough and across Cambridgeshire.

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