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‘Drink or The Ship will sink'

‘Drink or The Ship will sink'

‘Drink or The Ship will sink'

27 October 2021

A landlord is urging townsfolk to use his pub – or ‘it could end up as a Tesco Express’.


Key points from the Budget

Key points from the Budget

Key points from the Budget

27 October 2021

Alcohol duty has been simplified, a fuel duty rise cancelled and the minimum wage is going up following the Budget.


Budget preview: the key issues for Fenland

Budget preview: the key issues for Fenland

Budget preview: the key issues for Fenland

26 October 2021

The Chancellor will be opening up that famous budget briefcase on Wednesday but what could it mean for Fenland?


Licence revoked after illegal worker served child

Licence revoked after illegal worker served child

Licence revoked after illegal worker served child

21 October 2021

A village shop has had its right to sell alcohol revoked after an illegal worker sold booze to two 15-year-olds.


Councillors back to turn village pub into holiday let

Councillors back to turn village pub into holiday let

Councillors back to turn village pub into holiday let

17 October 2021

'It's the best option before us', one councillor said, despite an objector claiming backing the plan would be a 'destructive' act.


'Funky' village silo home bid rejected

'Funky' village silo home bid rejected

'Funky' village silo home bid rejected

17 October 2021

Councillors feared the scheme could have led to further development in the area.


Contactless spending limits rise to highest limit yet

Contactless spending limits rise to highest limit yet

Contactless spending limits rise to highest limit yet

15 October 2021

Shoppers can buy more using contactless card payments from today, as limits rise as part of efforts to help the economy recover from the pandemic.


Illegal worker sold booze to 15-year-olds

Illegal worker sold booze to 15-year-olds

Illegal worker sold booze to 15-year-olds

13 October 2021

The future of a village off-licence will be determined at a meeting after an illegal immigrant working there sold alcohol to two 15-year-olds.


Princes named Employer of the Year at The Grocer’s Gold Awards

Princes named Employer of the Year at The Grocer’s Gold Awards

Princes named Employer of the Year at The Grocer’s Gold Awards

12 October 2021

International food and drink group Princes has been named Employer of the Year at The Grocer’s Gold Awards 2021.


Energy provider tells homeowners to take up scheme offering boilers for £395

Energy provider tells homeowners to take up scheme offering boilers for £395

Energy provider tells homeowners to take up scheme offering boilers for £395

08 October 2021

E.ON is encouraging eligible homeowners to purchase a replacement A-rated energy efficient gas boiler for only £395 if theirs is faulty or broken.


Flats plan could see part of landmark hotel become HMO

Flats plan could see part of landmark hotel become HMO

Flats plan could see part of landmark hotel become HMO

07 October 2021

Flats plan could see part of landmark hotel become HMO


Village pub given community asset status as decision looms on holiday let proposal

Village pub given community asset status as decision looms on holiday let proposal

Village pub given community asset status as decision looms on holiday let proposal

07 October 2021

Officials say councillors will have to decide whether to take a historic venue's new designation into account when they examine plans next week.


Bank of England issues £20 and £50 note warning

Bank of England issues £20 and £50 note warning

Bank of England issues £20 and £50 note warning

01 October 2021

The old-style £20 and £50 notes are being withdrawn and the Bank of England is telling people to spend any they have. Here's all the details:


Fraser Dawbarns embraces legal sector apprenticeship scheme

Fraser Dawbarns embraces legal sector apprenticeship scheme

Fraser Dawbarns embraces legal sector apprenticeship scheme

01 October 2021

Fraser Dawbarns has recruited six new apprentices who are starting their careers with the firm in the King’s Lynn and Wisbech offices.


Metalcraft receives Queen's Award - after pandemic delays presentation

Metalcraft receives Queen's Award - after pandemic delays presentation

Metalcraft receives Queen's Award - after pandemic delays presentation

29 September 2021

A Chatteris manufacturer was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2020, has finally received its trophy.


'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

28 September 2021

Our editorial director defends the media after being accused of causing the panic buying of fuel.


New rules around funerals should help families understand costs says local funeral director

New rules around funerals should help families understand costs says local funeral director

New rules around funerals should help families understand costs says local funeral director

26 September 2021

The cost of dying should be clearer from now on thanks to a new order by the Competition and Markets Authority.


Fireworks hit by supply issues ahead of Bonfire Night

Fireworks hit by supply issues ahead of Bonfire Night

Fireworks hit by supply issues ahead of Bonfire Night

24 September 2021

The UK's stock of fireworks is the latest item to be hit by supply issues, which may lead to less availability and higher prices.


What next for customers of failed energy firms?

What next for customers of failed energy firms?

What next for customers of failed energy firms?

22 September 2021

Customers of energy firms Avro and Green have been offered reassurance by the regulator Ofgem.


Warning over fake Wetherspoon offer which wants your details

Warning over fake Wetherspoon offer which wants your details

Warning over fake Wetherspoon offer which wants your details

21 September 2021

Social media users are being warned about fake free meal deals pretending to be from pub chain Wetherspoon.


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