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Bourges Boulevard lane closures extended with works ‘progressing well’

Lane closures on Bourges Boulevard for the current roadworks are to be extended with the scheme said to be progressing well.

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The Greater Peterborough Business Survey.

New survey reveals rising confidence among Peterborough business leaders despite challenges ahead

Confidence is high among many business leaders in Peterborough despite concerns among a lack of skilled workers and rising prices, according to a new survey.

Staff  of Caterfix, in Fengate, get ready to host their open day. EMN-180416-150014009

Hundreds turn out to celebrate change of ownership of Peterborough company

More than 200 people turned out for a celebration to mark the start of a new era at a Peterborough company.


5 things employers should know about dealing with hot weather in the workplace

WITH the temperatures heating up, it can be a sweltering time for employees who are stuck behind their desk all day.

Peterborough Telegraph Business Awards 2017 .  WINNERS GROUP EMN-171118-013409009

It’s time to enter the Peterborough Telegraph’s Business Awards 2018

The Peterborough Telegraph is proud to announce the launch of its 23rd annual Business Awards.

Damian Wawrzyniak at House of Feasts

Peterborough chef’s #StopNoShow campaign goes global

A Peterborough restaurateur has seen his battle against the crippling effect on the food and drink industry of customers failing to turn up to honour bookings go worldwide.


REVEALED: Peterborough’s lost and forgotten pubs you used to drink in and now sorely miss

Did you have a favourite Peterborough watering hole that is no longer there?

Peterborough Regional College is looking for backing for its supported imternship programme. One of last year's students, Tate Pickstone working at Waitrose.

Employers in Peterborough urged to back internship programme for young people with disabilities

Employers are being urged to back a supported internship programme at Peterborough Regional College.

A section of the former Thomas Cook offices in Coningsby Road, Bretton. ENGEMN00120141202145958

New plans unveiled to convert former Thomas Cook offices into warehousing centre

Plans have been drawn up to convert the former Thomas Cook office park in Peterborough into an industrial/distribution area.

Lloyds Bank

FULL LIST: Lloyds Banking Group to close 49 branches and cut 1,200 jobs

More than 1,200 jobs are to be cut at Lloyds Banking Group after it announced another round of branch closures.

Family finances

REVEALED: Income in Peterborough significantly below the rest of the country, HMRC figures show

Taxpayers in Peterborough earn significantly less than those across the UK, according to newly-released figures from HMRC, despite the average income increasing by over £4,000 in five years.

Jake Norman.

Food producers in Peterborough review how robots eat into production process

The impact of robots on UK food production will come under the spotlight at a gathering of food sector companies in Peterborough.

Martyn Cheadle, chief executive of the Central Eastern Co-operative.

Peterborough retailer enjoys surge in sales and profits

A leading retailer in the Peterborough area has seen a hike in sales and profits.


LOOK INSIDE: Stunning Jacobean country house just outside Peterborough, which could be yours!

One of the Peterborough area’s most prestigious and historic homes has gone on the market.

Representatives of Perkins Engines with their award.

Edison honour for innovative engineers

A global award for innovation has been won by engineers at a Peterborough company.

The Tornado at Orton Mere. Photo: Andrew Hensley

£3m steam locomotive stops at Peterborough for repairs after breaking down

A £3 million steam locomotive was forced to stop at Peterborough for repairs after breaking down.

Elastoclass CPR.

Nurse takes first aid training into the workplace in Peterborough

A qualified nurse has set up her own training business to take vital first aid coaching into the workplace.


Motorists advised to top up their tanks ahead of expected petrol price hikes

‘Fill up today’; that’s the advice from industry experts ahead of fears that petrol costs could soar.


FULL LIST: Toys R Us announce FINAL closing dates for all shops including Northampton’s

Toys R Us have today confirmed the date it will close its last remaining shops, including its two Northampton outlets.


REVEALED IN PICTURES: Animal group slams farm supplying Nando’s, Lidl and Asda after chickens seen living next to corpses in cramped and squalid conditions

Shocking images taken by animals rights campaigners show the squalid and cramped conditions of chickens living at a farm which supplies Asda, Lidl and Nando’s.

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