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7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

26 November 2021

With temperatures plummeting and heating bills rising here are seven ways you can help warm your home this winter.


The workplace has changed and so has the software

The workplace has changed and so has the software

The workplace has changed and so has the software

26 November 2021

In the fortnightly Barwell's Banter column, Nickie Barwell, of Barwell Accountants, discussing accounting software.


The ways physical activity can improve mental health

The ways physical activity can improve mental health

The ways physical activity can improve mental health

26 November 2021

In the fortnightly Get Active column, Fenland District Council physical activity co-ordinator Hettie West discusses the benefits of fitness.


Scientists warn of new Covid variant with 'horrific' mutations

Scientists warn of new Covid variant with 'horrific' mutations

Scientists warn of new Covid variant with 'horrific' mutations

25 November 2021

A variation of Covid19 which started in Botswana and has since spread to South Africa and Hong Kong is concerning scientists.


Storm Arwen triggers weather warning for wind

Storm Arwen triggers weather warning for wind

Storm Arwen triggers weather warning for wind

25 November 2021

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for wind across most of the UK for Saturday (November 27).


Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

24 November 2021

Homes must prepare for flooding, says the Environment Agency, with all households being advised to check now if they're at risk.


Government changes Covid testing advice

Government changes Covid testing advice

Government changes Covid testing advice

23 November 2021

The government has issued new advice on taking Covid tests as Europe battles a fourth wave and the UK races to administer more booster jabs.


Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

23 November 2021

A ban on single-use plastic plates, cutlery and other items such as disposable cups and sachets is being explored, the government has confirmed.


All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

22 November 2021

New homes, shops and work places, as well as buildings under going major renovation, will have to add electric car charge points from next year.


Holding a phone for any reason while driving to be made illegal

Holding a phone for any reason while driving to be made illegal

Holding a phone for any reason while driving to be made illegal

19 November 2021

Drivers are to be banned completely from using mobile phones while driving, under a strengthening of the law the government has announced.


Corbyn gives editor his views on town

Corbyn gives editor his views on town

Corbyn gives editor his views on town

18 November 2021

Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn impressed the Fenland Citizen editor with his local knowledge during a chance meeting in London.


Dog thieves to face up to five years in prison

Dog thieves to face up to five years in prison

Dog thieves to face up to five years in prison

18 November 2021

Dog abduction is to become a new criminal offence, with tougher penalties for offenders, under new government plans unveiled today.


Women now working for free because of rising gender pay gap

Women now working for free because of rising gender pay gap

Women now working for free because of rising gender pay gap

18 November 2021

From today women will stop earning relative to men, say campaigners, and will effectively work the rest of the year for free.


Fenland farmer lucky to be alive after being impaled by a forklift has thanked emergency teams who saved his life

Fenland farmer lucky to be alive after being impaled by a forklift has thanked emergency teams who saved his life

Fenland farmer lucky to be alive after being impaled by a forklift has thanked emergency teams who saved his life

18 November 2021

A Fenland farmer impaled on the spike of a forklift as he worked in his farm yard has thanked the emergency services who saved his life.


DVLA issues warning over driving licence deadlines as waiting times grow

DVLA issues warning over driving licence deadlines as waiting times grow

DVLA issues warning over driving licence deadlines as waiting times grow

16 November 2021

The DVLA has issued a warning to drivers with a licence about to expire as paper applications face extremely long delays.


Covid tests compulsory for hospital visitors

Covid tests compulsory for hospital visitors

Covid tests compulsory for hospital visitors

16 November 2021

Changes to a hospital policy will require visitors to do a negative lateral flow test before entering.


How to see this week's Leonids meteor shower and partial lunar eclipse

How to see this week's Leonids meteor shower and partial lunar eclipse

How to see this week's Leonids meteor shower and partial lunar eclipse

15 November 2021

It's a busy week in the stargazing calendar with two big events happening in the skies above us this week.


Letter writer says 'convert power station into an incinerator'

Letter writer says 'convert power station into an incinerator'

Letter writer says 'convert power station into an incinerator'

14 November 2021

A letter writer has a rather controversial idea for a dormant power station.

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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.


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