People in Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire want urgent action to improve safety on a nearby road, after a number of serious and fatal accidents
Peterborough Cathedral has been awarded £2,464,300 from the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of its "Peterborough 900" project.
An elderly man from Cambridgeshire has been left heartbroken after his late wife's engagement ring was stolen by burglars.
UK Power Networks have confirmed the following areas in Cambridgeshire are affected by power cuts:
- St Neots
- Little Paxton
- Kings Lynn & Harpley
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A15 London Road in both directions closed due to fallen tree between B1091 Broadway and A1260 The Serpentine (Mcdonalds Roundabout).
An artist's impression of plans for pedestrianising part of Peterborough city centre appears to include an image of four-times World Time Trial champion cyclist Fabian Cancellara.
The image has been released by the council to show how the £6 million "cyclist friendly tree-lined boulevard" would look. Work is due to start in March 2014.
And it features a cyclist bearing a striking resemblance to 32 year old Cancellara on his time trial bike.
Cancellara is Swiss and has won his country's National Time Trial Championships title eight times.
There are growing concerns over the safety of a Fenland road in Cambridgeshire after several vehicles crashed into water running alongside the route with one driver a man from Northamptonshire killed.
As a result the police and council took the unusual step of closing the North Bank road near Peterborough to assess its safety.
Now campaigners are calling for urgent action to stop anymore lives being lost .
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Peteborough Cathedral is to be given two and a half million pounds of Heritage Lottery funding.
The money will be used to build a new visitor centre at the cathedral which is regarded as one of the finest Norman buildings in the country.
Donations from across the region are being sent off to the Philippines today, to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Food, water, clothes, blankets and tents will be loaded into shipping containers at Littleport in Cambridgeshire.
The aid effort's been co-ordinated by the UK's Philippine Nurses Association.