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Tesco food prices ‘likely to go up’ as Brexit happens, says chairman John Allan

Tesco boss has warned food prices are “very likely” to rise as Britain finalises its plan to leave the European Union.

Ali Qasemi

Jury start deliberations over killing of Peterborough pizza delivery man

The jury on the trial surrounding the death of pizza delivery man Ali Qasemi have started their deliberations.

Victims of domestic abuse can now speak out about their treatment by police and other agencies

Woman left “badly shaken” after sexual assault

Police are appealing to witnesses of a sexual assault in March.

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Cllr Angus Ellis

Peterborough Labour councillor re-instated to party after suspension ‘farce’

A Labour councillor in Peterborough has been re-instated to the party after a “farce” of a suspension.

Timothy Smith appears at Peterborough Magistrates Court - 
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Man escapes jail term after downloading thousands of “despicable images” of children

A man has been given a suspended prison sentence at Peterborough Crown Court for downloading thousands of indecent images of children.

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Peterborough’s Tamu gets the thumbs up from former WWE superstar and model

It’s not everyday you get a celebrity drop into your restaurant, but that’s exactly what happened to the team at Tamu Dessert Lounge in Peterborough.

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Lorry driver injured as masked robbers make off with haul of cigarettes and tobacco

Four masked men have robbed a lorry driver delivering cigarettes and tobacco to a newsagents in Cambridgshire this morning,

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Shoppers Halloween spending in Peterborough has doubled Serpentine Green survey shows

Shoppers in Peterborough are gearing up for a bumper Halloween as research shows that they plan to spend almost £30 on costumes, decorations and sweets for trick or treaters – more than double the amount spent just five years ago.

Laura Church

Peterborough teen stresses importance of work/life balance

A Peterborough teenager is urging parents to ensure their child has a good work/life balance.

Lloyds Bank in Old Fletton

Bank in Peterborough to close with possible voluntary redundancies

The Lloyds Bank in High Street, Old Fletton, is to shut in November.

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Millions of Brits risking home security

Millions of Brits risking home security

Millions of Brits are leaving their windows and doors unlocked, leaving keys in the garden and relying on their dog to keep their home safe, a study has found.

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VIDEO: The world’s first airbag for cyclists ‘already saving lives’

VIDEO: The world’s first airbag for cyclists ‘already saving lives’

A firm has designed the world’s first airbag for cyclists.

Wearing pink for a good cause

Crowland rest home’s coffee morning raises more than £300

Abbeygate Rest Home in Crowland has raised over £300 in aid of the Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Charity and the home’s own Residents’ Comfort Fund.

The money was raised at a coffee morning on Friday, arranged by new manager Jemma Robinson.

Elton John

‘Overwhelming’ response to Peterborough Elton John concert announcement

Tickets for Elton John’s concert at Peterborough’s ABAX Stadium next year are selling fast and are expected to sell-out, promoters say.

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Kawal and other trekkers

Blind Peterborough woman completes marathon trek across volcanic landscape in Iceland

A blind woman from Peterborough has completed a trek of a lifetime across Iceland.

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VIDEO: Forensic clues led to conviction of violent Peterborough murderer

Forensic evidence was the key to bringing a violent Peterborough murderer to justice.

GUILTY: Michael Danaher

Police describe Peterborough murderer as a ‘calculated, ruthless, and violent’ man

Police have described a Peterborough man convicted of murdering an Oxford historian as ‘calculated, ruthless and violent.’

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Do you know this man?

CCTV images released after community centre burglary in Huntingdon

Police have released CCTV images of a person they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Huntingdon.

11 ‘micro-crimes’ you’ve probably committed

11 ‘micro-crimes’ you’ve probably committed

Three-quarters of Brits are what is described as ‘micro-criminals’ - committing tiny crimes in shops and online to get a better deal.

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When do the clocks go back?

When do the clocks go back?

It’s almost that time - don’t get caught out.

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