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Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

With Covid cases rising could a short, sharp lockdown and longer half term break be needed? Reports suggest the government is considering it.


Hospital tightens visiting restrictions as Covid-19 cases rise

Hospital tightens visiting restrictions as Covid-19 cases rise

Hospital tightens visiting restrictions as Covid-19 cases rise

Visiting restrictions have been tightened at a hospital due to a rise in Covid-19 cases.


Residents urged to get Covid tested and vaccinated as rates rise

Residents urged to get Covid tested and vaccinated as rates rise

Residents urged to get Covid tested and vaccinated as rates rise

The need for Covid testing remains as high as ever in our despite rules around self-isolation changing as cases of the virus continue to rise.


'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

'Why I'm happy bubbles have come to an end'

The end of the bubble system is a relief for working parents but the best news for our children.


Self-isolation rules to be scaled back

Self-isolation rules to be scaled back

Self-isolation rules to be scaled back

New self-isolation rules for children and fully vaccinated adults are in place bringing the classroom bubble system to an end.


Hospital Trust reports Covid cases up again, deaths very low, but ‘Pingdemic’ causing staff chaos

Hospital Trust reports Covid cases up again, deaths very low, but ‘Pingdemic’ causing staff chaos

Hospital Trust reports Covid cases up again, deaths very low, but ‘Pingdemic’ causing staff chaos

Peterborough City Hospital has reported Covid cases are dramatically rising again while a ‘Pingdemic’ among staff is causing absence chaos.


QEH plays instrumental role in study of Novavax COVID-19 vaccine

QEH plays instrumental role in study of Novavax COVID-19 vaccine

QEH plays instrumental role in study of Novavax COVID-19 vaccine

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital played an instrumental role in the study of the new Novavax COVID-19 vaccine.


Cambridgeshire Mayor urges county's workforce to get the jab

Cambridgeshire Mayor urges county's workforce to get the jab

Cambridgeshire Mayor urges county's workforce to get the jab

The Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has backed a campaign to encourage the county’s workforce to get vaccinated.


Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

More than 220,000 children in England have already had a Covid-19 vaccine, figures show.


Get your jab plea to pregnant women and new mums in Fenland

Get your jab plea to pregnant women and new mums in Fenland

Get your jab plea to pregnant women and new mums in Fenland

Pregnant women and new mums are being urged to have their Covid jabs.


Number of Covid-19 deaths by individual care home in Cambridgeshire confirmed by CQC

Number of Covid-19 deaths by individual care home in Cambridgeshire confirmed by CQC

Number of Covid-19 deaths by individual care home in Cambridgeshire confirmed by CQC

The number of deaths involving Covid-19 at individual care homes has been released for the first time by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).


Are we heading for a cashless society?

Are we heading for a cashless society?

Are we heading for a cashless society?

Campaigners says millions would struggle to survive in a society that doesn't use cash, prompting the Post Office to launch a campaign.


Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

The age of the 'pingdemic' is upon us, but what does that mean for our supermarkets, businesses and transport.


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