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Police in Cambridgeshire are investigating suspected post-referendum racism after abusive notes were allegedly posted through letterboxes of Polish people.
Some Poles living in Huntingdon apparently received laminated cards reading 'Leave the EU - no more Polish Vermin.'
Inspector Nick Percival said the police were "aware" of the incident and were investigating.
He urged anyone with information about the source of the notes to contact the police.
The area voted by 54 per cent to 46 in favour of quitting the European Union.
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Two men who violently attacked a group as they celebrated a baby's first birthday have been jailed.
Zane Harrison, 21, and Danny Armstrong, 24, both pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm and were given prison sentences of four years eight months and three years respectively.
The four victims had been at a first birthday party at Great Northern Street in Huntingdon in August last year when they went outside for a cigarette.
Harrison, of Dunnock Way, St Ives, and Armstrong, of Bernard Road, Brampton, approached them and launched an unprovoked attack with a wooden bat.
The men were left injuries including fractures to the eye socket and jaw.
The board of Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon has agreed to go ahead with the potential merger with Peterborough City Hospital.
At a public meeting today, the board accepted a recommendation to work on a full business case for the merger.
The hospitals say working together will help to ease financial pressures, but it's been criticised by the local MP Jonathan Djanogly.
We feel that we want to have a local trust, with its own board that represents local people and we are very concerned that we will be swallowed up in the whole.
I think what we saw today was a clear questioning of the financial viability of the proposed new trust.
The case financially has not yet been made and that was recognised I think by the board.
Police in Cambridgeshire say they're growing "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of an elderly man who has gone missing.
84-year-old John Hadley from Wyton near Huntingdon went to walk his dog earlier this morning on Hemingford Meadow but hasn't returned.
He was wearing a donkey jacket which has since been found along with his dog.
Police and John’s family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare and would urge anyone who has seen him, or may know where he is, to contact us immediately.
The bomb squad have been called in after reports of a suspicious package left at a bank in Huntingdon.
A police cordon has been set up on the High Street, and shoppers asked to leave buildings and shops in the town centre.
The package was found at the Santander Bank.
The National Lottery is on the hunt for the holder of a £1 million raffle ticket that is yet to be claimed.
The winning ticket was bought in the Huntingdonshire area on 23 March 2016.
The number was ROSE 6742 3684 and the lucky ticket-holder has until 19 September 2016 to claim their prize
"We’re eager to find the mystery ticket-holder and unite them with their winnings – this amazing prize could really make a huge difference to somebody’s life.
“Try checking in the pockets of clothing, in wallets, bags and down the back of the sofa – someone out there could literally be sitting on a fortune!"
This prize follows hot on the heels of another £1m Lotto Millionaire Raffle prize that recently expired and was bought in the same area.
A farmer from Cambridgeshire wants the village he lives in to become as self-sufficient as possible with people selling produce they've grown in their gardens or allotments.
Anthony Davison says growers could sell their surplus produce in the local shop and pub. He believes it would encourage people from Alconbury Weston near Huntingdon to appreciate locally grown food - rather than shopping in big supermarkets.
Kim Sewell who runs the village pub, the White Hart, says she would welcome the chance to put more local produce on her menu.
Mr Davison already runs the national website BigBarn.co.uk, a community interest company which helps people to find local food producers they can buy from.
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The founders of Cambridgeshire's Hotel Chocolat are expected to make £20 million each when they float the company later this year.
The luxury chocolate maker, which has 84 shops and cafes across the UK, has its manufacturing plant in Huntingdon.
It's thought to be valued at £150 million.
Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris founded the business in 1993.
They believe the move will help fuel plans to roll out more stores, bolster manufacturing capacity at its Huntingdon-based plant and overhaul its website.
We are very excited at the prospect of listing as it is the next logical step in our growth plans and will enable us to accelerate the many initiatives that we have in place, in particular additional investment in our British chocolate manufacturing, in new stores and in our digital offering.