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Armed police respond to reports of offender with handgun in residential Peterborough street

Crime
Peterborough Telegraph's Man behind the mic column by Paul Stainton, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire host - peterboroughtoday.co.uk

It’s time to give bullying its name

Crime 3
Sunny spells
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Keep an eye out for bikers on Peterborough roads

Crime 1

Peterborough pupils are in a different league

News

£25,000 for Citizens Advice

News

Survey reveals Brexit worries of some Peterborough companies

Business 8
Tesco SAerpentine Green. Head Shave event.  Sam Hull (22) with  Lissie Williams (7) EMN-170318-171823009

Head shave is family affair

News
Posh boss Grant McCann (right) is congratulated by staff member David Farrell after the win at Gillingham. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

SWANNY’S MATCH VERDICT: Gillingham 0, Posh 1: Football waterboarding interrupted by a thunderbolt from the blue

Posh
Peterborough United Manager Grant McCann celebrates the win at full-time. Picture: Joe Dent

MATCH REACTION: McCann hails a moment of Morias magic

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Junior Morias celebrates scoring the winning goal. Picture: Joe Dent

MATCH REPORT: Gillingham 0, Peterborough United 1: Supersub seals victory with a stunner

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Defenceman Ben Russell was man-of-the-match for Phantoms in Telford.

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms sagged badly in the middle to suffer play-off defeat

Phantoms

PLAYER VERDICTS: Bostwick and Baldwin were Peterborough United’s head boys

Posh

ROUND-UP: Half century for Vieira, more goal power from Rangers, Star strike late, stand out success for Spalding

Non-League

MEETING REPORT: Flying start for the new-look Panthers

Panthers 1

MATCH REPORTS: Borough are champions . . . and the Lions could be as well

Rugby union
The Real Thing

Best 8 theatre shows coming to the stage in and around Peterborough this week

Theatre and Comedy

REVIEW: Another possible award winner from Peterborough Operatic and Dramatic Society

Whats on
Thomas Becket blue plaque

First of 20 new Peterborough blue plaques to commemorate city’s famous people and places

Nostalgia 1
Barnsley chop from Will Frankgate at The Blue Bell, Glinton

Quick and satisfying dinner with Will Frankgate, head chef at The Blue Bell, Glinton

Lifestyle
Pictured 20 years ago is the Peterborough City Under 14 team which played in the Peterborough Junior Alliance League. The photograph was taken before a 6-0 defeat against Division One table-toppers Crowland. City were third in the table. From the left are, back, Robert Preston, Andrew Bilsby, Kevin Hydon, Craig Norbury, Perry Sutton, Peter Fox, Mark West, front,  Glen Gilbert, Craig Morby, Michael Cesare, Stuart Foreman and Nathan Holt.

LOOKING BACK: Charlery sees red as Posh miss out on Wembley

Sport