Building work on a new cinema in St Neots in Cambridgeshire has had to be put on hold because of a construction error. The Cineworld Cinema Complex was being built almost a metre out of place.
Turnstones Estates says it's submitted a new planning application to adjust the building.
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A428 Eastbound busy but moving between B1428 Cambridge Road (St Neots) and A1198 Ermine Street South (Caxton Gibbet).
Building work on a new cinema in St Neots has been forced to be put on hold due to a construction error. The Cineworld Cinema Complex was being built almost a metre out of place. Turnstones Estates says it's submitted a new planning application to adjust the building.
Police have released CCTV pictures of two men they want to talk to in connection with an assault in St Neot's Cambridgeshire.
Two men, both 21, were assaulted after being confronted by two men at the crossroads of High Street, Cambridge Street and Huntingdon Road at about 2am on Saturday.
Anyone with any information should call DC Peters on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to trace in connection with an assault in St Neots.
Two 21 year old men were assaulted by two other men at the crossroads of High Street, Cambridge Street and Huntingdon Road at about 2am on Saturday 13th April.
Both victims suffered facial injuries in the attack.
Police say the area was busy at the time of the assault and are appealing for witnesses.
Detective Constable Karin Peters added, "the offenders were also with a woman at the time of the incident and we are keen to speak with her."
Police searching for missing teenager Jack Oxlee from St Neots in Cambridgeshire have discovered a body.
A member of the public found the body near to St Neots rowing club at 1.30pm on Saturday.
18-year-old Jack's family have been updated. The coroner will carry out formal identification.
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Richard Heathcote will be putting his Mandarin to the test in a brand new Chinese sitcom.
It could see the linguist from St Neots become a familiar face to more than a billion people. Russell Hookey has been to meet him.
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