Kaspas dessert lounge celebrates opening with deputy mayor

Peterborough’s newest dessert lounge Kaspas received a visit from the city’s deputy mayor as it marked its official opening today (Friday).

The Pizza House in Cowgate today

Confusion as Pizza House closes suddenly with landlords taking over building

The Pizza House in Cowgate - a fixture in Peterborough city centre since 1980 - was closed today as it appeared the building’s landlords had re-entered and secured the premises.

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About 460 business and civic leaders gathered for the annual Bondholder Dinner at Peterborough Cathedral.

Hundreds gather to celebrate success of Peterborough business

About 460 business and civic leaders gathered at Peterborough Cathedral to celebrate enterprising excellence and development across the city.

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Greggs' new-look store.

Food-on-the-go retailer Greggs opens its new-look store in Peterborough

Bakery chain Greggs has created four jobs with the opening of its new-look store in Peterborough.

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Russell Currie, managing director of Fairline Yachts, at the company's factory in Oundle.

Luxury boatbuilder creates 20 jobs after success at international boat shows

A luxury boatbuilder near Peterborough is creating 20 jobs after success at two international boat shows.

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Laura with waitresses, Molly Smee(who usually works behind the bar in Pack Horse) and Julie Woolfe.

Supper club proving a sell-out at The Pack Horse

The popular Pack Horse in Northborough launches a supper club later this month, and the idea is proving a big hit.

Fatima Manji

Press regulator rejects complaint from Peterborough news presenter over Sun’s hijab article

Press regulator IPSO has rejected a complaint from Channel 4 News presenter and former Peterborough schoolgirl Fatima Manji over a Sun column which questioned whether it was right for her to wear the hijab on screen.

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John McGinn in the kitchen at The Dog In A Doublet.

Peterborough chef’s signature dish makes Great British Cookbook

Fans of top local chef John McGinn can now enjoy one of his signature dishes at home, after he was featured in a new cookbook.

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

Big drop in youth unemployment in Peterborough in past year

Youth unemployment in Peterborough is down more than 60 per cent in the past year. In September, there were 180 18-24-year-olds claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA), down 61.7 per cent on 12 months ago.

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The affected bottles were exclusively available at Asda stores

Kopparberg recalls cider over fears bottles may shatter

Bottles of popular Kopparberg cider are being removed from the shelves at Asda supermarkets amid fears the glass may shatter.

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Regal Park Property Company managing director James Trigg, centre, with his team and their awards.

Double award win for Peterborough property firm

A property company in Peterborough is celebrating after winning two prestigious awards.

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600 jobs set to go at Travis Perkins as 30 branches close

600 jobs set to go at Travis Perkins as 30 branches close

The UK’s biggest builders merchant, Travis Perkins, whose businesses include DIY chain Wickes, is closing 30 branches, putting 600 jobs at risk.

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The fake 85 voucher offer for Aldi has been described as a 'hoax' by the store.

Aldi issues warning about ‘hoax’ voucher being shared online

Aldi is warning its customers about a ‘fraudulent’ voucher that is being circulated online.

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The Stamford Telephone Company, from left, Mike Adams, founder, Chris Smith, technical director, Anne Jewels, head of administration.

New telephony firm in Stamford seeks to connect small businesses

A new hi-tech company has just got off the ground in Stamford creating a number of jobs.

An artists impression of the new plans

Multi-million pound expansion work begins at Serpentine Green

Construction work has started on a £7 million extension to Serpentine Green, with Next signed up to open an expanded 10,000 sq ft store in one of the new units being created.

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New services, new trains and a £2 billion rail improvement package launched today

New services, new trains and a £2 billion rail improvement package launched today

New trains, new and faster services and a £2 billion package of improvements to transform rail travel has been promised as Greater Anglia starts a new nine-year franchise today.

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Asda recall. Photo:

Supermarket recalls sausage rolls over allergy fears

ASDA is recalling sausage rolls six-packs due to their containing milk.

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Logo for Spark in Peterborough.

New Peterborough initiative to help Spark start-up businesses into life

A new network group has been launched in Peterborough to help connect and grow start-up businesses.


Poundland selling vibrators for £1 - and it’s causing quite a buzz online

Discount retailer Poundland has added vibrators to its £1 range and it has caused quite a buzz online.

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Marmite enthusiasts are stockpiling the black stuff amid fears supermarkets may run out.

Marmite: why should a British product, made in the UK and sold to British people, go up because of the pound?

While you might envision the falling pound affecting continental luxuries like Cornettos and Cif limescale remover, when it comes to Marmite – you’d think it would be Brexit-proof.

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