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June 19 2013 Latest news:
THE owner of a takeaway in Burwell has been fined £20,000 and ordered to pay £1,200 costs for breaching food hygiene regulations.
ELY’S two Rotary clubs are in the final stages of arranging this year’s Aquafest extravaganza, and have confirmed that it will be the biggest event since it started in 1978.
FARMERS Tamsind and Jonny Fuller appealed to revellers to think twice about using Chinese lanterns when one of their cows died after eating one.
MORE than 1,500 people lined Fenland’s roads to watch more than more than 140 elite riders, including Olympians and Tour de France stage winners, push themselves to the limit in Britain’s longest single day road race on Sunday.
ELY jeweller Julieta Mayer is designing exclusive jewellery in aid of this year’s Pink Rose Appeal for breast cancer care at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
A WORLD War I bayonet, an Ely City football programme from 1955 and an antique accordion from Germany were among the more curious lots of offer at an auction in Ely at the weekend.
SOHAM retailer Jonathan James says he has “significant concerns” over East Cambridgeshire District Council’s decision to approve a new 41,000sq ft supermarket for the town.
I AM a resident of the Ely area and am disgusted by the filthy state of the streets and general environment of the city.
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ELY Tri Club’s Graham Chapman once again proved his class by taking second place in his age group in the highly competitive Beaver GB Championships
ELY songwriter Will Law celebrated the release of his debut single ‘It’s A Long, Long Way to Tennessee’ with a sold out gig at the Babylon Gallery on Friday.
THEY feared a sonic boom 24 hours earlier but it was more of a tonic boom as Cambridge Arts Theatre lifted the curtains on Dreamboats and Petticoats.
WE don’t need hot weather to have a sizzling summer! Two in three homes now boast a barbecue and having a ‘barbi’ is the UK’s number one home summer leisure activity.