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Plans for Truckfest 2021 going full speed ahead

Plans for Truckfest 2021 going full speed ahead

Plans for Peterborough Truckfest 2021 are in full swing as the East of England Arena event prepares to welcome truck fans back in August.
47% rise in stalking reports in 3 months - how to spot the signs

47% rise in stalking reports in 3 months - how to spot the signs

Cambridgeshire Constabulary is warning members of the public in Peterborough to look out for signs of stalking after more than 600 incidents were reported in Peterborough over the course of three months. 
Peacock proud to be opening after November move

Peacock proud to be opening after November move

The Peacock on London Road was "buzzing again" on Saturday as Peterborough takes more steps towards normality.
No serious injuries after five-vehicle collision

No serious injuries after five-vehicle collision

Five-vehicles were involved in a collision on the A1 near Peterborough on Friday, April 16.
Bushfield Bowls Club to begin summer season in May

Bushfield Bowls Club to begin summer season in May

Bushfield Bowls Club is preparing to start its season on Saturday May 1.
Have you registered to vote?

Have you registered to vote?

Peterborough residents have until 5 pm today, April 19, to register to vote in the upcoming elections. 
Peterborough Weather: Sunny, warm and dry start to the week

Peterborough Weather: Sunny, warm and dry start to the week

Keep your shades handy as it’s going to be a dry and sunny start to the working week in Peterborough.
Karter, 3, gifted voucher after impressing B&Q by dressing up as essential worker

Karter, 3, gifted voucher after impressing B&Q by dressing up as essential worker

Three-year-old Karter Stones has been recognised by DIY-brand B&Q after he decided to dress up as an essential worker on Red Nose Day this year.
Driver who parked on double yellow lines had been previously disqualified

Driver who parked on double yellow lines had been previously disqualified

A man parked on double yellow lines in Peterborough was found to be disqualified.
East Anglian farmers reveal the cost of rural crime

East Anglian farmers reveal the cost of rural crime

East Anglia’s farmers are losing an average of around £5,100 a year as a result of a rural crime wave, a survey has found.