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Peterborough-based travel company Thomas Cook has cancelled all flights and holidays to Sharm el Sheikh until November 25.
Customers due to travel up to Thursday December 10 will be offered the chance to re-book their trips or cancel them.
Meanwhile two Thomas Cook flights will depart Sharm el Sheikh this evening, bringing holidaymakers back to the UK.
Anglian Water say the area of Peterborough left without water because of a burst main today have had their supplies restored.
Overland pipes have been used in the Farcet area as a temporary measure but the company are warning that water might appear to be discoloured with some low pressure.
There is expected to be disruption on Peterborough Road in Farcet until next week as repairs to the burst main are completed.
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Police are trying to track down thieves who posed as officers to carry out a burglary in Peterborough on Saturday, 10th October.
Three men claiming to be police officers knocked on the rear door of a property in St Paul’s Road, Peterborough at around 8.20pm.
The victim, a 78-year-old woman, unlocked the door and the men burst in wearing gloves and balaclavas.
The men ordered the pensioner to sit in the living room while they searched cupboards and drawers. They then made off via the back door with a purse containing cash, jewellery and keys.
"This was a particularly frightening incident for the elderly victim.
It is unlikely that police officers or those from reputable companies would knock at the back door of a property. Please be vigilant, ask for identification and if you are still unsure call the police.”
Police are appealing for anyone with information to call them on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
A sculpture of the First World War nurse Edith Cavell has been unveiled in Belgium as part of events marking 100 years since her execution.Read the full story ›
A 2 minute silence has been held at Peterborough Cathedral at 7am, the time First World War nurse Edith Cavell was executed 100 years agoRead the full story ›
A two minute silence has been held in Peterborough for Norfolk's World War One nurse Edith Cavell at 7am on Monday.
She was executed for helping allied soldiers in German occupied Brussels in 1915.
At 7 o'clock there was a silence at Peterborough Cathedral, a procession was then held at the nearby War Memorial for a service. There will be a gun salute to commemorate the centenary of her death.
Edith Cavell went to school in Peterborough.
A pub near Peterborough was forced to stop trading and close last night over concerns about anti-social behaviour and disorder.
The Railway Inn on Station Road in Whittlesey was given a closure notice by police.
A dispersal order was also issued to prevent people gathering outside of the pub. Officers warned that anyone breaching the orders would be arrested.
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The former Stevenage manager has been confirmed as the new boss at League One club Peterborough United.
Peterborough have been without a manager since Dave Robertson left the club in September.
Westley left Stevenage in May after the club lost in the League Tow play-off semi-final.
Peterborough are currently 18th in the league after drawing 1-1 at Walsall on Saturday.
The football club can confirm the appointment of Graham Westley as our new manager. More to follow..
"Today we welcome Graham Westley as the new manager of Peterborough United Football Club after what has been an extensive interview process with some excellent candidates.
"Graham has a burning desire to win, succeed and add to his previous success which includes multiple promotions, league titles and multiple cup wins at Wembley not to mention a near 50% win record."