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Ten hours after a serious two vehicle collision on the A47 and police have re-opened the road following all night investigations. Source: Camb Times
Business leaders tonight called for a ‘full independent inquiry’ into the running of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority. Source: Camb Times
Mayor James Palmer has hit back at “outrageous” claims of nepotism at the combined authority amid an ongoing row over recruitment following the departure of the chief executive. Source: Camb Times
MP Steve Barclay paid his second visit to Chatteris in two days – firstly to the opening of Jack’s supermarket and then to open some new tennis courts. Source: Camb Times
A car was extensively damaged in Whittlesey early on Saturday morning – and the other vehicle fled. Source: Camb Times
What local volunteer Amanda Wall described as “a group of amazing dogs and handlers” were guests of the US Air Force at Mildenhall on Saturday. Source: Camb Times
The Hermitage care home at Whittlesey has been celebrating the 100th birthday of one of its residents. Source: Camb Times
Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars has risen from 35 to 60. That’s an increase of 71 per cent. Source: Camb Times
Experts at a March based energy company were awarded for their work in the community by helping customers save money. Source: Camb Times
Experts at a March based energy company were awarded for their work in the community by helping customers save money. Source: Camb Times
Experts at a March based energy company were awarded for their work in the community by helping customers save money. Source: Camb Times
More than £300 has been raised for renovation work at March rail station thanks to a heritage open day event held by a campaign group. Source: Camb Times
More than £300 has been raised for renovation work at March rail station thanks to a heritage open day event held by a campaign group. Source: Camb Times
Some of Cambridgeshire police’s dogs are to star in a collaborative charity calendar alongside the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire police dog unit. Source: Camb Times
A schoolboy, who organised two football matches for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), netting £22,509, is to cut the ribbon at the charity’s new shop in Ely. Source: Camb Times
If you love dogs then you’ll love this free community café that aims to bring people and K9s together in Ely. Source: Camb Times

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