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Calls for new petrol price comparison site to stop drivers being ripped off

Calls for new petrol price comparison site to stop drivers being ripped off

Calls for new petrol price comparison site to stop drivers being ripped off

03 July 2023

Drivers could soon be told where the cheapest fuel is after a probe into prices found a lack of competition has left motorists paying over the odds.


From teachers to train staff...who is striking in July and when?

From teachers to train staff...who is striking in July and when?

From teachers to train staff...who is striking in July and when?

23 June 2023

Thousands of workers – from train staff and teachers to junior doctors – are striking in July but how when and how might industrial action affect you?


Nancy has been on the buses for 60 years

Nancy has been on the buses for 60 years

Nancy has been on the buses for 60 years

28 May 2023

There was a big birthday surprise for a bus passenger who has spent decades travelling around our area.


Pedestrian suffered life changing injuries

Pedestrian suffered life changing injuries

Pedestrian suffered life changing injuries

25 May 2023

A pedestrian has suffered potentially life changing injuries following a collision on the A17 at Sutton Bridge last night.


Three taken to hospital after A17 crash

Three taken to hospital after A17 crash

Three taken to hospital after A17 crash

24 May 2023

Three pedestrians have been taken to hospital following a crash on the A17 this evening.


Bus travel could be ‘transformed’ across Cambridgeshire

Bus travel could be ‘transformed’ across Cambridgeshire

Bus travel could be ‘transformed’ across Cambridgeshire

24 May 2023

Bus travel could be ‘transformed on a scale not seen anywhere else in the UK’ under plans from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.


Communities don’t want longer lorries ‘thundering through’ say campaigners

Communities don’t want longer lorries ‘thundering through’ say campaigners

Communities don’t want longer lorries ‘thundering through’ say campaigners

10 May 2023

Longer lorries are to be allowed on UK roads but campaigners say they put other users at risk and communities don’t want them ‘thundering’ through.


New wave of rail strikes to disrupt train services

New wave of rail strikes to disrupt train services

New wave of rail strikes to disrupt train services

10 May 2023

Passengers travelling by train are being told to plan journeys thoroughly ahead of a fresh wave of walkouts throughout May and June.


Learner drivers face a week of disruption

Learner drivers face a week of disruption

Learner drivers face a week of disruption

21 April 2023

Learner drivers face a week of disruption as examiners plan to go out on strike in a row over pay and pensions.


Are more drivers ditching their cars in the cost of living crisis?

Are more drivers ditching their cars in the cost of living crisis?

Are more drivers ditching their cars in the cost of living crisis?

21 March 2023

The cost of living crisis is forcing increasing numbers of drivers to take their cars off the road to avoid high running costs, suggests a new report.


Drivers hit out at new £120 pay-at-pump holding fee

Drivers hit out at new £120 pay-at-pump holding fee

Drivers hit out at new £120 pay-at-pump holding fee

14 March 2023

Drivers using pay-at-pump petrol stations could now have £120 of their money ring-fenced in pre-authorisation checks, which is leaving some angry.


First UK airport scraps liquid rule ahead of school holidays

First UK airport scraps liquid rule ahead of school holidays

First UK airport scraps liquid rule ahead of school holidays

09 March 2023

New airport security rules are coming into force and one UK airport is set to change liquid restrictions ahead of the next school break.


Rail passengers can talk to managers and attend March station’s first coffee morning

Rail passengers can talk to managers and attend March station’s first coffee morning

Rail passengers can talk to managers and attend March station’s first coffee morning

07 March 2023

Train passengers can ask rail managers and transport representatives questions about services and improvements – and enjoy a free cuppa.


Travel for £2 this winter on local buses

Travel for £2 this winter on local buses

Travel for £2 this winter on local buses

19 February 2023

Fenland residents are encouraged to get around by bus this winter on a scheme to save money on fares


Fountain will be moved, despite 'Arc de Triomphe' warnings

Fountain will be moved, despite 'Arc de Triomphe' warnings

Fountain will be moved, despite 'Arc de Triomphe' warnings

09 February 2023

Permission to relocate a listed fountain has been granted – despite warnings it would be like moving the Arc de Triomphe.


Woman dies and two people seriously injured after crash

Woman dies and two people seriously injured after crash

Woman dies and two people seriously injured after crash

06 February 2023

A woman has died following a single vehicle crash.


What will it cost to get a new British passport as prices change?

What will it cost to get a new British passport as prices change?

What will it cost to get a new British passport as prices change?

30 January 2023

The price of a new British passport is increasing this week with the Home Office upping the cost of documents for both adults and children.


First MOT test could be pushed back from three years

First MOT test could be pushed back from three years

First MOT test could be pushed back from three years

18 January 2023

A consultation wants people's views on the date of first MOT test, frequency of future inspections and if measures are needed to tackle loud engines.


6 classic cars that could be hot property in 2023

6 classic cars that could be hot property in 2023

6 classic cars that could be hot property in 2023

16 January 2023

With new research suggesting investing in classic cars could prove better than property we look at makes and models that might be popular in 2023.


Your letters on street regeneration and MPs' pay

Your letters on street regeneration and MPs' pay

Your letters on street regeneration and MPs' pay

14 January 2023

Here are the readers' letters from this week's Fenland Citizen.

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