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LETTER: New Queensgate seats are not restful

It was gratifying to read that some of the city’s key decision makers have experienced for themselves the difficulties of life in a wheelchair.

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University graduates

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
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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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The winners of the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017.

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

The best in business was celebrated in fne style last night (Friday) at the 22nd annual Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017.
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House prices continue to rise above the national average in Peterborough

UK house price trends: how Peterborough compares with the rest of the country

The general trend of rising house prices is continuing, with the average UK property reaching £226,367 in September, an increase of 5.4% annually.

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Long Causeway shop units set to become food outlets

LETTER: Peterborough needs more exciting stores not more food outlets

I have seen in the Peterborough Telegraph that there is to be three more food outlets to be released to shops.

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Karl Gilding, business development director at Fairline Yachts, left, accepting the International Dealer Development award.

International award for Peterborough-based boat builder

Luxury motor yacht manufacturer, Fairline Yachts, has secured a prestigious international honour.

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New digital extension connects 150 Peterborough businesses to hi-tech link

New digital extension connects 150 Peterborough businesses to hi-tech link

A new extension of Peterborough’s Gigabit City network has just been completed.

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Sir Mo Farah at Virgin Media's offices

Olympic legend takes on Peterborough park during visit to city

A world and Olympic athletics legend ran through Peterborough today to speak to city workers.

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VIDEO: Peterborough Apprentice winner follows split from tycoon with autobiography to inspire others

Twenty-eight-year-old Peterborough Apprentice winner Joseph Valente has just published his autobiography in a bid to inspire other young entrepreneurs.

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Here’s how to be part of Great British Bake Off 2018 - apply now

Applications are now open for the 2018 series of The Great British Bake Off.

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Peterborough Apprentice winner Joseph Valente charts split with tycoon in new book

Peterborough Apprentice winner Joseph Valente axed his deal with billionaire Lord Sugar after the business guru chose not to to back ambitious expansion plans.

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Fourfields Community Primary School, Yaxley.

Yaxley school and Peterborough business finalists in national Happiness Awards

A Yaxley shcool and Peterborough business have both been shortlisted in the finals of Britain's only nationwide Happiness Awards.

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Last year's winners of the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2016. EMN-161126-003451009

Finalists named for Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017

The finalists have been named for the Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017.

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The production process at Oakham Ales, in Peterborough.

Leading brewery in Peterborough prepares to expand and create jobs after securing new funding

A Peterborough brewery is about to expand its operations after securing a £150,000 grant.
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Award winning: Claire Evans, Steve Walters (area manager), Siva Thivenayam and Haran Elanganatha. EMN-170211-133359009

Peterborough shop owner is named as one of UK’s top retailers

A shop owner in Peterborough is celebrating after being named as one of the UK’s top retailers.

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Citizens Advice Peterborough research and campaign co-ordinator Nicky Rees . EMN-170910-224623009

Full roll-out of Universal Credit begins in Peterborough amid fears jobseekers could be left short at Christmas

The full roll-out of the controversial benefits system Universal Credit begins in Peterborough today (Wednesday, November 15).

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Martin Whiteley, chief executive of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.

Interim chief executive named for Cambridgeshire’s troubled local enterprise partnership

An interim chief executive has been appointed to lead the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough local enterprise partnership.

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Grasmere Farm's award winning team.

Peterborough’s Grasmere Farm wins innovation award

A butcher in Peterborough is celebrating after winning a regional award.

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What behaviour do you find most annoying when on the road?

REVEALED: The most irritating driving habits that bug motorists, according to you

Lane hoggers, tail-gaters and frequent lane-changers are among the most annoying bugbears for motorists, according to new research.

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