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None of the supporting documentation for Soham rail station (20/00561/P18 planning reference) appears to be based on truth.

More than 100 people were discharged from Addenbrooke’s Hospital into care homes in March and early April without receiving a test for Covid-19.

A group of volunteers have dedicated hundreds of hours to help villagers with their everyday needs as they live through the coronavirus pandemic.

Archaeologist Taleyna Fletcher who helped lead and wrote a report on a £50,000 funded study at Wisbech Castle has urged caution over finds within the grounds.

A 13-year-old from Soham who for months terrorised residents with a spree of offending - including throwing rocks through house windows, punching a man and jumping on a car - has been sentenced.

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Yesterday, 13:47

The RFU are determined not to rush the return of competitive rugby even if other sports or other countries get there first.

With sport slowly starting to return across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic, why not test your sporting knowledge with another quiz?

Bookmakers issued a mixed report as British racing returned from a 76-day absence, with most firms describing trade as brisk.

It was supposed to be a day of remembrance for former Mildenhall Fen Tigers rider Danny Ayres this weekend, but the world of motorsport will mark the occasion with their own tribute.

With sport slowly starting to return across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic, why not test your sporting knowledge with another quiz?

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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

A fundraiser has been launched to ensure an independent dance music festival continues following the cancellation of this summer’s event due to the coronavirus.

Sonic the Hedgehog is a charming and appropriately wacky comedy, with a kind and heartwarming centre.

From horror studio Blumhouse, comes this original take on a literary classic, with an Oscar-worthy performance from Elizabeth Moss.

A father and son magic act duo from Cambridgeshire took their dangerous knife throwing act to the nationwide stage after they performed on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent.

A 12-year-old Ely Cathedral chorister has been chosen to sing in a virtual choral evensong that is being held to raise money for choirs that might not survive the COVID-19 lockdown.

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Archaeologist Taleyna Fletcher who helped lead and wrote a report on a £50,000 funded study at Wisbech Castle has urged caution over finds within the grounds.

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