Author

Joel Lamy

Police deny Peterborough has gang problem after teens attacked by large groups of youths

Police have denied gangs are behind the recent attacks on three teenage girls who were rounded on by a large group of youths.

Crime

Man released under investigation after stabbing at Subway in Peterborough

A man arrested after a stabbing at a Subway store in Peterborough has been released under investigation.

Crime
Court news

Man in court charged with GBH with intent after reported stabbing in Wisbech

A man will appear at Kings Lynn Magistrates’ Court today (Monday, June 25) charged with causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent.

Crime

PHOTO SPECIAL: Peterborough goes pink in the sun for Race for Life

It wasn’t just the sun which caused thousands of Peterborians to turn a bright colour yesterday.

News
Des Walker

Football legends sign up to play charity match in Stamford

Football legends and personalities from stage and screen will descend on Stamford AFC’s Zeeco Stadium at the Borderville Sports Centre, Ryhall Road, to raise funds for Anna’s Hope which supports children with brain tumours.

News
Tiana and Maddie

Hair cuts raise hundreds of pounds

A teenager and young girl had their hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust which provides wigs for children with cancer.

News
Alex Mayer MEP with Frank Clark and Kathy Wormald EMN-180106-162939009

MEP’s Brexit warning on newts

The city’s newts face an uncertain future after Brexit, East of England MEP Alex Mayer and Frog Life’s CEO Kathy Wormald have warned, if Special Areas of Conservation (SACs) are not protected by the Government.

Environment
Braybrook Primary School pupils visiiting the Town Hall with Mayor of Peterborough Cllr Chris Ash and Mayoress Doreen Roberts EMN-180906-093530009

Lucky pupils meet Mayor of Peterborough

Lucky pupils from Braybrook Primary School in Orton Goldhay got to meet Mayor of Peterborough Cllr Chris Ash and Mayoress Doreen Roberts.

Education
The opening of Customer Central

New Cross Keys Homes office opens in Peterborough city centre

Peterborough’s largest housing association has opened its doors to a brand new retail space on Bridge Street.

News
Queensgate Shopping Centre under construction ENGEMN00120120630091834

Queensgate, parkways and Ferry Meadows - how Peterborough grew from town to city

Peterborough is a fast-growing and increasingly vibrant place to live, but the picture was vastly different 50 years ago when it had a population of just 85,000.

News

PHOTO SPECIAL: Life’s a beach for underwater photographer who has experienced volcanos, earthquakes, hurricanes and sharks

Diving on an active volcano, experiencing earthquakes and hurricanes and facing up to frenzied sharks are all part of the job for a leading underwater photographer.

News
Car pollution

Clean air summit invite for Peterborough City Council

Peterborough City Council took part in a ‘clean air summit’ in London on Wednesday to learn more about government policy and share best practices with other local authorities.

Politics
Jade Baxter, Amy Eagling, Sally Boylan, Martha McCann (6), Lucy MacRae, Oliver Convelly (2) from Sands and Emma Fordham from The Comfort Mummy Foundation.

Charity Sands celebrates 40 years of helping bereaved parents

Stillbirth and neonatal death charity Sands celebrated its 40th anniversary at Serpentine Green in Hampton.

News
Police news

Police speak to 300 motorists after possible abduction in Spalding

Police have spoken to 300 motorists over a possible abduction in Spalding
Crime
Fire news

50 firefighters tackle blaze at retirement complex in Huntingdon - residents evacuated

Around 50 firefighters tackled a blaze at a retirement complex in Huntingdon last night.

News
Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust Tracy Dowling EMN-180129-185312009

Peterborough community and mental health trust rated Good by inspectors

Services at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) have again been rated as ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission.

Health
Police news

Witness appeal after man seen being bundled into boot of car near Aldi in Spalding

A man was seen being bundled into the boot of a car near Aldi in Spalding, prompting an appeal for witnesses from Lincolnshire Police.

Crime

Rough sleepers in Peterborough to receive direct GP support thanks to government funding

Rough sleepers in Peterborough will receive direct contact from a GP after the city council received a government grant of £285,000.

Politics

New funding will help rough sleepers says Peterborough City Council leader John Holdich

We received good news this week that our bid for additional funding to help rough sleepers in our city had been successful.

Opinion

Work begins on new £9.3 million care complex near Whittlesey

Work has begun on a £9.3 million care complex for the elderly in Coates, near Whittlesey.

News
Load more
Get daily updates Sign Up