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Council says farmers’ mental health should be considered a risk to healthcare providers

Council says farmers’ mental health should be considered a risk to healthcare providers

Council says farmers’ mental health should be considered a risk to healthcare providers

29 February 2024

Farmers’ mental health should be considered a risk by healthcare providers, a council has said.


MOD confirms national events to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

MOD confirms national events to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

MOD confirms national events to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

28 February 2024

The 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings takes place in June and the government has begun to unveil plans for national events to commemorate it.


MP promises to do ‘everything possible’ to fight incinerator decision

MP promises to do ‘everything possible’ to fight incinerator decision

MP promises to do ‘everything possible’ to fight incinerator decision

28 February 2024

An MP has backed councillors in their fight to prevent an incinerator coming to town.

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‘The only thing we’ve got is that pub’: Residents set up group in bid to save pub

‘The only thing we’ve got is that pub’: Residents set up group in bid to save pub

‘The only thing we’ve got is that pub’: Residents set up group in bid to save pub

27 February 2024

A group of residents in a tiny Fenland village have banded together to try to save their local pub.


Election to replace former councillor to be held next month

Election to replace former councillor to be held next month

Election to replace former councillor to be held next month

27 February 2024

With only a few weeks until polling day, here is what you need to know about a town council’s upcoming by-election.


‘We want to do everything in our power to fight until the end’: council to seek legal action over incinerator decision

‘We want to do everything in our power to fight until the end’: council to seek legal action over incinerator decision

‘We want to do everything in our power to fight until the end’: council to seek legal action over incinerator decision

27 February 2024

Councillors have agreed to seek legal action to challenge the Secretary of State’s decision to permit a planned incinerator.

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AA demands tax cut for car insurance as premium costs soar

AA demands tax cut for car insurance as premium costs soar

AA demands tax cut for car insurance as premium costs soar

27 February 2024

Cash-strapped drivers need support from the Chancellor in next week’s budget, says the AA, which has put forward the policies it says would help.


Council could seek legal advice to try to challenge incinerator decision

Council could seek legal advice to try to challenge incinerator decision

Council could seek legal advice to try to challenge incinerator decision

22 February 2024

Fenland District Council could be seeking advice next week to potentially challenge the decision to allow an incinerator to be built.

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Incinerator’s managing director promises to be a ‘good neighbour’

Incinerator’s managing director promises to be a ‘good neighbour’

Incinerator’s managing director promises to be a ‘good neighbour’

21 February 2024

The managing director of the company which will construct an incinerator in Fenland has promised to be a “good neighbour”.

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‘A dark day for Wisbech’: MPs, councillors and campaigners react to incinerator decision

‘A dark day for Wisbech’: MPs, councillors and campaigners react to incinerator decision

‘A dark day for Wisbech’: MPs, councillors and campaigners react to incinerator decision

20 February 2024

After plans for a mega incinerator were officially given the green light this afternoon, it has been described as “a dark day for Wisbech”.

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Incinerator plans are approved by Government

Incinerator plans are approved by Government

Incinerator plans are approved by Government

20 February 2024

Plans to construct an incinerator on the outskirts of Wisbech have been given the go-ahead by the Government.

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Eleventh hour pleas for ‘catastrophic’ incinerator to be rejected – with decision due tomorrow

Eleventh hour pleas for ‘catastrophic’ incinerator to be rejected – with decision due tomorrow

Eleventh hour pleas for ‘catastrophic’ incinerator to be rejected – with decision due tomorrow

20 February 2024

MPs, councillors and campaigners have made a final plea for plans to build an incinerator on the outskirts of Wisbech to be dropped.

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Why could people born after 1970 soon have to work into their seventies?

Why could people born after 1970 soon have to work into their seventies?

Why could people born after 1970 soon have to work into their seventies?

09 February 2024

By 2050 workers may need to be 71 before they retire, suggests a new report, but why is the state pension age becoming such a big issue in the UK?


Combined Authority Board approves Mayor’s precept to fund bus improvements with new and more frequent routes

Combined Authority Board approves Mayor’s precept to fund bus improvements with new and more frequent routes

Combined Authority Board approves Mayor’s precept to fund bus improvements with new and more frequent routes

09 February 2024

Cambridgeshire’s Mayor has been given the go-ahead to add an average £36 a year to council tax bills to pay for better bus services.


More children to be offered Covid-19 booster jab

More children to be offered Covid-19 booster jab

More children to be offered Covid-19 booster jab

08 February 2024

A Covid-19 booster jab will be offered to millions of patients in the spring and for the first time more children will be offered an extra vaccine.


Bereaved parents risk missing out on support as claim deadline looms

Bereaved parents risk missing out on support as claim deadline looms

Bereaved parents risk missing out on support as claim deadline looms

07 February 2024

Thousands of unmarried parents who have lost a partner may be missing out on vital help as a deadline for restrospevtive bereavement payments closes.


Dispute over village dog breeder leads to war of words between supporters and objectors

Dispute over village dog breeder leads to war of words between supporters and objectors

Dispute over village dog breeder leads to war of words between supporters and objectors

06 February 2024

The prospect of more than a dozen dogs being housed and used for breeding at a residential home has led to a bitter row among neighbours.


Learner drivers face disruption as strike looms

Learner drivers face disruption as strike looms

Learner drivers face disruption as strike looms

05 February 2024

Learner drivers are facing more disruption as test examiners prepare to go on strike in a row over their increasing workload.


Bids invited for historic Shire Hall

Bids invited for historic Shire Hall

Bids invited for historic Shire Hall

04 February 2024

A new buyer is being sought for part of historic Shire Hall – the former home of Cambridgeshire County Council in Cambridge.


Heartfelt tributes to two men who served their community

Heartfelt tributes to two men who served their community

Heartfelt tributes to two men who served their community

02 February 2024

Heartfelt tributes have been paid to two men who served their community and will be ‘much missed’.


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