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Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

14 September 2021

The government says there are no guarantees there will not be empty shelves at Christmas as shortage of lorry drivers continues to hit supply chains.


Sainsbury's and Argos to shut on Boxing Day

Sainsbury's and Argos to shut on Boxing Day

Sainsbury's and Argos to shut on Boxing Day

13 September 2021

Supermarket Sainsbury's has confirmed it will keep closed all stores on Boxing Day, including its Argos branches, to give staff a festive break.


'It's not going to save Christmas'

'It's not going to save Christmas'

'It's not going to save Christmas'

09 September 2021

As crunch talks take place in Whitehall to ease the lorry driver shortages, one industry expert warns it may be too little, too late.


Proud Cindy set to bring the curtain down

Proud Cindy set to bring the curtain down

Proud Cindy set to bring the curtain down

07 September 2021

The owner of a prestigious fashion store is planning for retirement when she closes her shop after more than four decades.


Final farewell to war hero

Final farewell to war hero

Final farewell to war hero

07 September 2021

A D-Day veteran who was one of three war heroes granted the freedom of a town has died.


Fenland firm has 25 jobs up for grabs for the 'right people'

Fenland firm has 25 jobs up for grabs for the 'right people'

Fenland firm has 25 jobs up for grabs for the 'right people'

20 August 2021

A Chatteris science firm is looking to recruit up to 25 new members of staff and is holding a special open day to highlight the job opportunities.


Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

18 August 2021

HMRC has revealed the worst reasons given for not paying staff the National Minimum Wage.


Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

18 August 2021

More than £4 million is available to help innovative projects come up with safe ways for broadband cables to be added to water pipes.


Wetherspoons to slash prices for one day only next month

Wetherspoons to slash prices for one day only next month

Wetherspoons to slash prices for one day only next month

13 August 2021

Wetherspoons is to cut the price of food and drink in its pubs for one day to highlight the impact of VAT on the hospitality sector.


KFC warns of menu shortages

KFC warns of menu shortages

KFC warns of menu shortages

12 August 2021

One of the UK's most popular food chains has issued a warning to customers over food shortages and packaging problems.


Business Board’s Nitin Patel sees how Stainless Metalcraft is securing its future through training excellence

Business Board’s Nitin Patel sees how Stainless Metalcraft is securing its future through training excellence

Business Board’s Nitin Patel sees how Stainless Metalcraft is securing its future through training excellence

11 August 2021

A member of the Combined Authority's Business Board has carried out a fact finding mission to a leading Fenland firm.


Supermarket staff welcome Boxing Day closure

Supermarket staff welcome Boxing Day closure

Supermarket staff welcome Boxing Day closure

10 August 2021

One of the UK's largest supermarkets is set to remain closed on Boxing Day, a move being welcomed by many who say key workers deserve a break.


Highland Spring issues recall after reports of bottles exploding

Highland Spring issues recall after reports of bottles exploding

Highland Spring issues recall after reports of bottles exploding

10 August 2021

A number of customers have reported glass bottles of sparkling water exploding.


With energy prices rising here's how to find a cheaper deal

With energy prices rising here's how to find a cheaper deal

With energy prices rising here's how to find a cheaper deal

06 August 2021

The price of gas and electric is to rise by almost £140 this winter. Here's how to begin looking for a better deal that could save you money:


RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

04 August 2021

Petrol prices have risen for the ninth month in a row with the RAC warning the situation shows no sign of improving.


Developer sought as historic Wisbech High Street renovation gets the go-ahead

Developer sought as historic Wisbech High Street renovation gets the go-ahead

Developer sought as historic Wisbech High Street renovation gets the go-ahead

03 August 2021

Wisbech is poised for an historic High Street transformation after revised plans for a new shop and flats at ‘The Gap’ were given the go-ahead.


Tesco issues product recall on fondant icing contaminated with allergen

Tesco issues product recall on fondant icing contaminated with allergen

Tesco issues product recall on fondant icing contaminated with allergen

03 August 2021

Tesco has issued a recall on a product contaminated with nuts.


Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

02 August 2021

The cost of energy bills may rocket, if Friday's increase to the energy price cap goes ahead, but there are concerns for lower income families too.


Popular Fenland nightspot could be yours for £410,000

Popular Fenland nightspot could be yours for £410,000

Popular Fenland nightspot could be yours for £410,000

29 July 2021

One of Fenland's best loved and longest running nighspots is up for sale with a price tag of £410,000.


Homes plan for former Fenland prisoner of war camp

Homes plan for former Fenland prisoner of war camp

Homes plan for former Fenland prisoner of war camp

28 July 2021

A former prisoner of war camp is set to be redeveloped with up to 102 homes being built on the 12-acre Fenland site.


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