Free Link ATMs could start charging for withdrawals

Thousands of Link cash machines could start charging for cash withdrawals because of a row among banks about paying fees to the ATM provider.

Staff outside Peterborough's Royal Mail centre during a previous gate meeting. PHOTO: Andy Simmo

Peterborough Royal Mail staff seek to take industrial action over dispute with managers

Royal Mail workers in Peterborough are seeking to take industrial action after two members were allegedly disciplined by managers.


WATCH: From twerking builders to Scottish football fans: 10 most complained-about adverts in 2016

The Advertising Standards Authority has released the 10 most complained-about adverts from last year.

Phil and Amy Kennedy of Home Instead Senior Care.

Care company in Peterborough is poised to create 20 jobs

A local care company based in Peterborough that specialises in care at home for older people is set to create 20 jobs.

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Campaign launched to get Lincolnshire’s Red Arrows immortalised in LEGO

Campaign launched to get Lincolnshire’s Red Arrows immortalised in LEGO

A campaign has been launched to get Britain’s iconic Red Arrows, based in Lincolnshire, made into the next LEGO model.

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Wetherspoons and Prezzo branded ‘bottom feeders’ over seafood sustainability

Wetherspoons and Prezzo branded ‘bottom feeders’ over seafood sustainability

Prezzo and Itsu restaurants plus pub chain Wetherspoons came bottom in a survey of sustainable seafood on offer at High Street eateries.

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Director Alex Beehoo (left) and Callum Forman, star of the short film Afire Mind.  Photo by Peterborough Films.

South Holland movie duo bring depression onto a cinema screen

A movie-making duo educated at two South Holland schools have brought the issues of stress and depression to the big screen.

Works starts on annual health check of business in Peterborough

Works starts on annual health check of business in Peterborough

An annual survey has just been launched to measure economic progress in Peterborough over the last 12 months and look ahead to the prospects for the future.

The advert for Naturist Cleaners. Photo: Facebook

Naked female & male cleaners wanted in Peterborough to clean houses for £45 an hour

Naked female and male cleaners are being sought to clean houses in Peterborough and across Cambridgeshire for £45 an hour - on condition they do it in the nude.

Jobs and employment news from the Peterborough Telegraph -, @peterboroughtel on Twitter,

Drop in Peterborough residents claiming out-of-work benefits

The latest jobs figures show a reduction in the number of people in Peterborough claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance or Universal Credit.

Inside Turtle Bay's Crawley restaurant.

Caribbean restaurant chain ‘opening in Peterborough soon’

Turtle Bay, the Caribbean-themed restaurant chain, looks set to open in Peterborough.

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35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

Take a look around your office. If a new study is to be believed, 35 per cent of your colleagues have taken a nap on the job and got away with it. And only 12 per cent say they have had been disciplined by their boss for sleeping at work.

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Thomas Cook

Peterborough’s Thomas Cook lays on extra flights to get thousands of Britons home from popular holiday destination amid safety fears

Thousands of UK holidaymakers are set to be flown home from The Gambia due to growing political unrest.

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Warmington Mill

Historic mill would make stunning ‘destination dining’ restaurant

A stunning grade II listed converted mill with its own boat house is being offered to restaurateurs as a perfect location for destination dining.

Cafe Clarkes.

Key Theatre restaurant closes suddenly citing ‘non-viability’

Cafe Clarkes, the restaurant operating out of Peterborough’s Key Theatre, has closed.

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DVLA car tax changes: Find out how much you will pay from April

New tax rules will end up costing motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April.

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A warning is being issued for those who illegally stream tv.

Warning letters to be sent out in illegal TV crackdown

Internet and television providers are sending out warning letters to households believed to be watching pirate TV, either from illegal downloads or Andriod/Kodi devices.

Traffic has queued around the A1 and Frank Perkins Parkway junctions in previous years

Peterborough motorists warned to expect long delays due to LAMMA 2017 this week

Motorists are being warned they face long delays around the East of England Showground because of a large agricultural show taking place this week.

Rivergate remains closed today

UPDATED: Peterborough shopping centre shops OPEN despite fault with shutters

Shoppers heading to a Peterborough shopping centre will find the shutters remain closed this morning, Monday January 16.

Sales rose over Christmas at the Central England Co-operative stores.

Central England Co-operative saw its sales soar over Christmas

A retailer with hundreds of stores across the east of England is celebrating a successful Christmas.

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