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Woman tried to smuggle cigarettes into the country

A Peterborough woman who tried to smuggle thousands of pounds worth of illicit cigarettes into the country has been sentenced after being stopped at customs.

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DAVOS-KLOSTERS/SWITZERLAND, 29JAN09 - Tony Blair, UN Middle East Quartet Representative; Member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum captured during the session 'The Values behind Market Capitalism' at the Annual Meeting 2009 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 29, 2009.

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swiss-image.ch/Photo by Remy Steinegger PPP-170228-140306001

LETTER: Why Tony Blair must stand in Peterborough

Tony Blair, the authority on Brexit, is willing to stand as a Labour candidate in the general election.

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Stewart Jackson MP's Westminster Life column in the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk

Proud of the progress made by city

This is my last Westminster Life column of this Parliament and today I will be leaving the House of Commons until at least the 8th June General Election and who knows, maybe forever?

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John Whitby

UKIP to target Shailesh Vara's Brexit views as it announces election candidate

UKIP hopes Shailesh Vara's views on Brexit will allow it to achieve success in North West Cambridgeshire at June's general election.

Politics 1
Stewart Jackson

EXCLUSIVE: UKIP will not field candidate in Peterborough to help Stewart Jackson win

UKIP has decided not to field a candidate in Peterborough for the general election in order to help Stewart Jackson retain the seat.
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PM Theresa May

LETTER: Don’t let Brexit just rip our community apart

Less than a year since the EU referendum vote and the Prime Minister is naively assuming that the entire country is coming back together and now want a hard Brexit.

Your Say 4
Open day at Aspire at Bridge Street. Pictured are staff and service users  (back) Philip McKie, Tom Lydiate, Neil Moore and Claire Grainger. (front) Denis O'Keeffe, Alex Tarasov and Emiliyan Marinov EMN-170419-115056009

Open day for support service

Support and treatment for drug and alcohol misuse was highlighted at open day last week at Aspire in Bridge Street.

News
Noel & Gertie

Real life love story will dazzle

A MUSICAL comedy based on the “real life love story” of playwright and songwriter Noel Coward and actress Gertrude Lawrence is set to wow audiences at Peterborough’s Key Theatre on May 3 and 4.

Whats on
Ron Lefort at the Speedway

Care home delivers some magic moments

Pensioners were able to feel young again thanks to a city care home which is delivering ‘magic moments’ for its elderly residents.

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Celebrity DJ Lauren Pope at the  Martinis, Music and Muses night last night (Thursday).

TOWIE’s Lauren Pope spins the decks for partying Peterborough shoppers

Celebrity DJ Lauren Pope wowed hundreds of people as she played a two hour set in Queensgate Shopping Centre for its exclusive Martinis, Music and Muses night last night (Thursday).

City Centre
The Houndogs

Beer fest at the rugby club, HOME and NI$H at Solstice plus What The Funk at Charters

Our weekly round up of pub, club and bars with The Houndogs banging out some great rockabilly tunes at the Peterborough Rugby Club Beer Fest.

Whats on
St Georges Community Hydrotherapy Pool

Hydrotherapy pool may not open again

St George’s Hydrotherapy Pool may not re-open due to a leak which cannot be explained.

News
Cllr Sanders visits the station

Mayor’s visit to fire station

Mayor of Peterborough Councillor David Sanders was given a trip in a fire engine during an impromptu visit to Peterborough Volunteer Fire Station on Bourges Boulevard.

News
The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Win tickets for children’s favourite The Tiger Who Came To Tea

The tea-guzzling Tiger pounces into into the Key Theatre on May 6 and 7 in a truly magical Olivier Award-nominated production of The Tiger Who Came To Tea - and we have a family ticket to give away.

Whats on
Samba Brazil

New restaurant raises the ‘steaks’ in Peterborough city centre

Meat lovers are being spoiled this week with another steak house opening in Peterborough city cnetre - this time with a Brazilian twist.

Business
The award-winning Hairspray cast

Top award for sell-out Hairspray

A leading Peterborough am-dram group continued its winning ways with yet another regional award from the National Operatics and Dramatic Association (NODA).

Theatre and Comedy
Memory Lane

NOSTALGIA PHOTO SPECIAL: Do you recognise these Peterborough faces?

This week’s selection of pictures is a random one, the only thing they have in common is that they are all group shots.

Nostalgia
Orton Staunch

£100,000 for Ferry Meadows upgrade

More than £100,000 will be invested into Ferry Meadows to make improvements at the country park.

Environment
Steak and kidney pudding

Steak and kidney pudding: One of the great world dishes

Oh to be in England now that April’s there, wished the poet Robert Browning in his Home Thoughts, From Abroad.

Lifestyle
The team say goodbye

Team change lives in Uganda

Staff from Peterborough City Hospital have returned from southern Uganda where they performed life-changing surgeries and supported the development of clinical theatre services at Kisiizi Hospital.

Health
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