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Goose making "amazing" recovery after being shot with a crossbow bolt

Staff at a wildlife centre say they're amazed by the recovery of a goose brought to them after being shot through the back with a crossbow bolt.

The domestic goose, named Achilles, was found near a village pond at Elm, near Wisbech. A number of other birds with more severe injuries had to be put down.

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A new dad meets the doctor who saved his life as a boy a decade ago

A young father from Cambridgeshire has met the doctor who saved his life ten years after he was almost killed in a road accident.

Cliff Johnson was just 12 years old when he was hit by a car while crossing in front of a school bus and he has now finally got to thank Dr Rob Mackenzie, a volunteer medic with MAGPAS.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey

A man and woman charged with Wisbech stabbings

Police on the scene of the stabbing in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man and a woman have been charged with stabbing two men in Wisbech.

Emergency services were called to reports of a disturbance in Orange Grove shortly after midnight on Sunday. Two men remain in a serious but stable condition in hospital. A third victim was discharged from hospital on Sunday.

Adomas Siumeta, 24, of Granary Court, Wisbech, and Dijana Orloviene, 27, of Orange Grove, Wisbech, are jointly charged with two counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and one charge of causing actual bodily harm.

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Two men in hospital after stabbing in Wisbech

Two people have been arrested after two men were stabbed in Wisbech early this morning.

Police were called to a disturbance on Orange Grove just after midnight. They found two men both suffering from serious stab wounds.

Two men stabbed in Wisbech Credit: ITV Anglia

They're both in hospital in a serious condition. A third man needed treatment in hospital but has since been discharged.

A 24-year-old man and 27-year-old woman are currently being held at King's Lynn police station. Forensic work is continuing at the scene

Police say they are treating it as an isolated incident.

From papers to post for Wisbech businessman

The rising price of a first class stamp is something that causes concern for many people and businesses who still send a lot of letters.

Now a Cambridgeshire businessman has decided to expand his newspaper delivery round to include a new postal service.

Brian Webb from Wisbech is offering to deliver post for his current newspaper customers at a cost of 30 pence a stamp, half the price of Royal Mail.

Brian Webb has been delivering newspapers around Wisbech for 50 years and say he wanted to offer another service to his customers.

Click above to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes, who joined Brian on his early morning round.

Police renew appeal for missing man

Police have launched a fresh appeal for inforrmation about a father of two who has been missing for seven years.

Terry McSpadden from Elm near Wisbech was last seen during a night out at the Locomotive pub in the Cambridgeshire town on March 1, 2007.

Police believe Terry is no longer alive.

Click above to listen to an interview clip with Detective Inspector Marie James from the Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team.

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