A farm charity near Peterborough has been awarded nearly £1.5 million in lottery cash to restore a water mill to its former glory.
Health watchdog Monitor has agreed a plan with Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals to to reduce debts and secure patient services.
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Network Rail says that £45 million pounds worth of improvements to Peterborough Station should be finished by just after Christmas.
The revamped station is due to be ready for passengers by the 28th of December. The upgrades include new lifts and platforms, and a better signalling system.
Extra postal workers are being recruited across the Midlands in time for the busy Christmas period.
Four thousand jobs across ten temporary parcel sorting centres around the country, including Tamworth, Peterborough and Northampton, will form part of the 21,000 seasonal workers needed.
Mark Higson from Royal Mail said: "Christmas is the busiest time of year for Royal Mail and our customers.
"Royal Mail has invested in ten temporary parcel sort centres to increase our scale and improve our flexibility during this important time of year for our customers."
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A man being hunted in connection with an attack on a teenager in Newcastle is believed to be from the Wolverhampton or Peterborough areas.
Police have released CCTV footage of the man who they think may have information about the fight on the Quayside, which left an 18-year-old boy with a fractured jaw.
The fight took place in the early hours of Sunday September 8. Investigating officers have urged anyone who thinks they might know the man - or anyone else involved - to get in touch.
Other people involved are also thought to be from the Wolverhampton and Peterborough areas.
A reprieve has been handed to two of the region's hospitals at the centre of a financial crisis.
The Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals Trust has been unable to balance the books since signing a private finance initiative to pay for a new hospital for Peterborough.
It cost £289 million to build and at the moment needs an extra £40 million a year just to keep it running. In the end it could cost one and a half billion pounds.
Now the NHS regulator Monitor has come up with a rescue package aimed at turning things around.
Monitor has secured a formal agreement from Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to implement a recovery plan aimed at closing an annual £40 million financial gap and securing vital services for patients.
A man's body's been found in a park in Peterborough. It was discovered by a member of the public in the Stanley recreation ground off Crawthorne Road at around 7.30 this morning.
The man is thought to be in his 40s but has not yet been identified. The cause of the man's death is, as yet, unexplained.
Ian Tennant, a member of Greeniversity, says why we should preserve everyday skills of making and mending.
A Peterborough-based charity has published the findings of a survey which says we are at risk of forgetting everyday skills such as DIY, cooking and growing our own food.
Greeniveristy's skills register found things like woodworking, repairing household objects and mending clothes were no longer being passed down from generation to generation.
The group has started a project to help preserve the at-risk practices.
Artwork has been completed on an underpass in Peterborough.
One side of the underpass beneath The Serpentine at Hampton provided the canvass for three artists who offered their skills free of charge.
It's taken several weeks to complete and cost the artists hundreds of pounds in paint.
PCSO Matt Lauch, who got permission from local authorities for the project to go ahead, said: "We have found that underpasses painted in this way generally go untouched and there is much less graffiti."