Joel Lamy

Forensic tests for major crimes in Cambridgeshire being carried out again due to data manipulations fears

Forensic tests for major crimes including violent and sexual offences are being retested following an investigation into alleged data manipulation.

The cast of Snow White visits the offices of Coca-Cola European Partners in Woodston

Peterborough Christmas appeals to bring joy to children and poorly patients

Two Christmas appeals have launched in Peterborough to make it a festive period to remember for poorly patients and children from a deprived background.


VIDEO: Firefighters spend several hours tackling barn fire in Peterborough

Firefighters spent several hours tackling a barn fire in Peterborough.
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Delays after concrete falls off a lorry onto the A47 in Peterborough

There are delays this morning on the A47 Soke Parkway after concrete fell off a lorry.


VIDEO: Campaign launches for fairer funding in Peterborough to protect services

A campaign to lobby the Government for more money to protect services in Peterborough has begun.
Joy for family as beloved pooch Heidi is found... in Reading!

Joy for family as beloved pooch Heidi is found... in Reading!

An ecstatic Peterborough family have been reunited with their pet dog who was discovered in Reading after going missing for three weeks.

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An artists impression of the building at Bretton Court

Empty building to become flats

An empty building is to be converted into a block of at least 40 flats to reduce the high numbers of homeless people in Peterborough.

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Planning news and events from the Peterborough Telegraph -, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

Approval for Neighbourhood Plans in two city villages

The people of Castor and Ailsworth have voted to accept Neighbourhood Plans that will shape the future of the two parishes.

Werrington Junction

Inquiry to look at new railway proposals in Peterborough

A public inquiry looking at plans to create a new stretch of railway track in Peterborough will begin next week after objections were raised by residents.

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City College Peterborough

Funding to help adult learners in the city

Cross Keys Homes has secured more than £15,000 of funding from City College Peterborough’s Community Learning Trust Fund.

Market Deeping barber Dick Callow (87) who has retired after 73 years in the profession. EMN-171111-131638009

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

He has been a cut above the rest for 73 years, but after starting his career as a barber during the Second World War Dick Callow has finally decided it is time to put his clippers away for good.

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The cheque presentation

Community rallies around Maureen after contracting terrible illness

A community has rallied around a terminally ill former churchwarden with motor neurone disease.

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Vote for charity to win funding

Environmental charity PECT needs public support to secure vital funding for Peterborough projects as part of the Aviva Community Fund 2016.

Police accident

Long delays expected on A1 by Wansford

Long delays are expected on the A1 by Wansford this evening (Friday, November 17).

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

‘Protect those in need’ - opposition leaders respond to Peterborough City Council budget proposals

Opposition leaders have given their thoughts to the Peterborough City Council’s budget proposals.

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Council offers free stalls to new traders at Peterborough City Market

Throughout December Peterborough City Council is offering free stalls to all new traders at the city market.

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Scenes of crime officers working at an address in Orton Goldhay in Peterborough after reports of a kidnapping  , Orton Goldhay, Peterborough Friday 17 November 2017.  Picture by Terry Harris. THA

Men appear in court charged with conspiracy to kidnap in Peterborough

Two men have appeared in court charged with conspiracy to kidnap in Peterborough.


VIDEO: Peterborough's Christmas tree returns to Cathedral Square

It's back! The controversial artificial Christmas tree returned to Cathedral Square last night, prompting the usual complaints from Peterborough Telegraph readers.

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Crime news

No answer for Peterborough’s high crime figures, councillors told

A meeting to discuss crime figures in Peterborough left city councillors unclear as to why the number of offences has risen dramatically.

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