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So, it looks like we are experiencing an Indian summer, it has been so hot that even some of the roads were melting (says Parven The Spice Queen)

Police making the arrest in Cattlemarket Road SciLKIMLx0D4fsuAqLK0

Peterborough man caught driving drunk and in possession of a knife

A Peterborough man is in police custody this evening after being caught driving while drunk, with no insurance and in possession of a knife.

A previous incident of travellers pitching up in Peterborough

Travellers move onto land behind Peterborough church

Travellers have moved onto land behind a Peterborough church.

The scene at Great Northern Hotel in Peterborough at 1pm today

BREAKING: Missing woman’s body found in Peterborough hotel

Police searching for missing Susan Gillard have found the body of a woman in a Peterborough Hotel.

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PRIDE IN PETERBOROUGH: More award winners celebrated for their contribution to out city

Unsung heroes, good neighbours, acts of courage and people who dedicate themselves to helping others have all been recognised in the Peterborough Telegraph’s annual Pride in Peterborough Awards.

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Man seriously injured after assault by two men in Peterborough street

A man in his 20s has suffered serious injuries after being assaulted by two men in a Peterborough street.

Grenfell Tower in west London, as the investigations at Grenfell Tower continue . Photo: PA

Thousands urged to contact Hotpoint in Peterborough over fridge-freezer that caused Grenfell Tower fire

Thousands of people have been urged to contact Hotpoint in Peterborough after police revealed the Grenfell Tower fire started in a faulty fridge-freezer manufactured by the company.

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More queues for Peterborough drivers as temporary traffic lights placed in Bishop’s Road

Drivers in Peterborough have been hit by more queues after temporary traffic lights were placed in Bishop’s Road.

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Cars have been left covered in a layer of red dust

Why have cars across Peterborough suddenly been covered in dust?

People across Peterborough may have woken up this morning to find their cars covered in a mysterious red dust.

Pride in Peterborough Awards 2017 with Natalie Anderson. The winners group EMN-170621-000140009

PRIDE IN PETERBOROUGH: Meet our award winners who have done the city proud

Unsung heroes, good neighbours, acts of courage and people who dedicate themselves to helping others have all been recognised in the Peterborough Telegraph’s annual Pride in Peterborough Awards.

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UPDATE: Times for Flying Scotsman passing through Peterborough and Spalding tomorrow (Saturday) have changed

The rail tour operators behind a train pulled by the legendary Flying Scotsman have announced an amended timetable for those interested in seeing it as it passes through the Spalding and Peterborough area.

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Schools country dancing event at The Peterborough School. The Peterborough School dancers EMN-170616-091426009

Hundreds of Peterborough youngsters take part in country dance festival

The annual country dancing festival hosted at The Peterborough School attracted hundreds of enthusiastic youngsters.

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Madchester music scene returns with Clone Roses - and Max Chapman at Mixology

The next SolGarden LIVE! sessions brings you the best Stone Roses tribute band in the UK tomorrow (FRIDAY).

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Motor City Vipers

What’s on - in Peterborough’s pubs, clubs and bars

The third annual cider festival at Charters gets the weekend off to an early start tonight.

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The PAOS open day in Cathedral Square earlier this month.

10 things to do in Peterborough

A Fun Dog Show, beer festival, Werrington Carnival, a celebration of all things Polish and open studios make for a busy weekend of events in and around Peterborough this week.

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St Marys Court

Fire crews to carry out exercise at flats

Fire officers will carry out a safety training exercise at one of Peterborough’s tallest blocks of flats following the tragic blaze in London last week.

Police news

Police 101 line down for 90 minutes after generator fails at Peterborough station

Cambridgeshire police’s non-emergency 101 line went down for 90 minutes after a generator failed at its Thorpe Wood station in Peterborough.

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A Turtle Bay menu snapshot: Beef Cheek Curry

Curry House of the Year: Top 10 revealed

Come on all you curry connoisseurs – we need you to pick your overall winner for the Peterborough Telegraph Curry House of the Year 2017.

From left to right; Councillor John Holdich, John Clark, Mayor James Palmer, James Larner and Tony West at University Centre Peterborough. Picture by Joe Dent 0253448893

£6.5 million funding boost to increase Peterborough university students

Funding of £6.5 million will be approved next week to accelerate progress on an independent University of Peterborough.

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The scene of the collision. Photo: @roadpoliceBCH

UPDATE: Serious crash closes road into Stamford

A three vehicle crash closed a main road into Stamford this morning.

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