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Tips to keep Cloud data secure

Tips to keep Cloud data secure

Tips to keep Cloud data secure

14 November 2021

In his fortnightly column, Philip Brooks, of Diamond Byte Solutions, discusses keeping your data safe in the Cloud.


Remembrance respect and a Christmas fair

Remembrance respect and a Christmas fair

Remembrance respect and a Christmas fair

13 November 2021

In her fortnight Culture Focus (Hidden Gems) column, Lorena Hodgson of Red Barn creative discusses Remembrance and an upcoming festive event.


Letters to Santa deadline warning

Letters to Santa deadline warning

Letters to Santa deadline warning

12 November 2021

Royal Mail is urging families to send their letters to Santa in plenty of time if youngsters wish to receive a reply this year.


UK braces itself for freezing temperatures and risk of snow

UK braces itself for freezing temperatures and risk of snow

UK braces itself for freezing temperatures and risk of snow

12 November 2021

Temperatures are expected to plummet as freezing conditions sweep in for the second half of November.


Time running out for Post Office card account holders

Time running out for Post Office card account holders

Time running out for Post Office card account holders

10 November 2021

Thousands of HMRC customers, whose payments to Post Office accounts will stop at the end of November, have still not handed over new payment details.


Could feeding cows seaweed cut methane and help fight climate change?

Could feeding cows seaweed cut methane and help fight climate change?

Could feeding cows seaweed cut methane and help fight climate change?

10 November 2021

A seaweed-based animal feed diet for cows is being investigated as part of efforts by a supermarket to have more climate-friendly cattle.


UK being treated to 'best light show' on earth

UK being treated to 'best light show' on earth

UK being treated to 'best light show' on earth

04 November 2021

A super-charged solar storm and clear skies are creating the perfect conditions this week to see the Northern Lights from right here in the UK.


Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

Avian flu prevention zone in force as public are told to report dead birds

04 November 2021

An avian flu prevention zone has come into force across the UK as government officials take steps to contain outbreaks of bird flu.


New £5 coin to commemorate Mahatma Gandhi

New £5 coin to commemorate Mahatma Gandhi

New £5 coin to commemorate Mahatma Gandhi

04 November 2021

At the start of Diwali celebrations, the Treasury has unveiled a new £5 coin to mark the life of Indian independence campaigner Gandhi.


First aid warning ahead of firework night

First aid warning ahead of firework night

First aid warning ahead of firework night

04 November 2021

St John Ambulance which expects more people than ever to attend private fireworks events, has released some first aid advice ahead of Bonfire Night.


Apply now for Aldi's surplus Christmas food donations

Apply now for Aldi's surplus Christmas food donations

Apply now for Aldi's surplus Christmas food donations

03 November 2021

Aldi will give away surplus food this Christmas to families in need and is inviting applications from groups and charities.


The top 12 must-have Christmas toys revealed

The top 12 must-have Christmas toys revealed

The top 12 must-have Christmas toys revealed

03 November 2021

Toy experts have revealed the top 12 toys, available to buy this Christmas, that they think will be this year's must-have items.


Royal Mail unveils Christmas stamps with plea for people to post early

Royal Mail unveils Christmas stamps with plea for people to post early

Royal Mail unveils Christmas stamps with plea for people to post early

02 November 2021

Royal Mail, which today unveiled its Christmas stamp designs, says people should shop online and post cards early to avoid delivery disappointment.


Views sought for future of historic Fenland venue

Views sought for future of historic Fenland venue

Views sought for future of historic Fenland venue

31 October 2021

Visitors were welcomed back to a historic Fenland venue last month as part of an annual Heritage Open Day weekend.


Interest in the hub pleasing

Interest in the hub pleasing

Interest in the hub pleasing

31 October 2021

In her fortnightly Culture Focus (Hidden Gems) column, Lorena Hodgson of Red Barn Creative, discusses goings-on at the Wisbech Hub.


'Bruvers' donate to Riding for the Disabled Association

'Bruvers' donate to Riding for the Disabled Association

'Bruvers' donate to Riding for the Disabled Association

30 October 2021

Fundraising for increased winter expenses at a Riding for the Disabled Association was boosted by £900 from a businessmen’s breakfast club.


Which laptop for Christmas?

Which laptop for Christmas?

Which laptop for Christmas?

30 October 2021

In his fortnightly column, the I.T Crowd, Philip Brooks of Diamond Byte Solutions, Wisbech, discusses buying a laptop for Christmas.


Fire crews tackle blaze

Fire crews tackle blaze

Fire crews tackle blaze

29 October 2021

Crews were called to a fire on Thursday evening.


Unknown soldiers laid to rest

Unknown soldiers laid to rest

Unknown soldiers laid to rest

29 October 2021

Two unknown soldiers from the First World War have been buried with full military honours.


Man ran from police when told he was going to be arrested

Man ran from police when told he was going to be arrested

Man ran from police when told he was going to be arrested

29 October 2021

A man ran away from police when told he was going to be arrested.


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