A ticket machine at a council-run car park has broken for the second time in two weeks.
Schoolchildren have raised many hundreds of pounds for Children in Need.
A stretch of the A17 is open again after being closed following an accident earlier this evening.
Two people have been arrested in connection with an attempted kidnap and released on bail.
RSPCA staff have released rescued seals back into the wild
Anglian Water will be working through the night to repair damaged pipe.
A filling station has started to ask for payment methods in advance due to bilking.
The last planning committee meeting saw a councillor walk out and a controversial development get approval.
Here is the round up of proceedings at two magistrates courts.
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A contractor has had to borrow money to replace stolen tools.
The Roman Catholic Church is leading a bid to end human trafficking after pinpointing the Fens as a hot spot for modern day slavery
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uhlsport United Counties League Premier Division - Deeping Rangers 3 Harborough Town 2
uhlsport United Counties League Premier Division - Loughborough University 3 Pinchbeck United 1
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uhlsport United Counties League Division One - Long Buckby 4 Bourne Town 1
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