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Saturday, February 15, 2020

The first £100,000 starter home promised by Mayor James Palmer as part of a major new housing initiative will be built and occupied by Christmas.

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Former March publican Nigel Marsh described his prosecution by Fenland Council for hygiene breaches at his former pub as the culmination of a lengthy vendetta "to run me out of town".

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A recruitment agency has opened an office in Soham just over a year since director Denis Green first came up with the idea.

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A Wisbech man - now living in South Africa - is trying to raise £5 billion to "build Noah's Ark" and has reportedly got Love Island and Hollyoaks star Paul Danan on board to help.

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Gourmet crisp manufacturer Corkers is hoping to win a top rural award ten years after being founded by two best friends.

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A High Court judge today rejected a £7m breach of contract dispute brought by March businessman Bruce Smith against Sainsbury's in what became known as a 'supermarketgate'.

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East Cambs Council is toasting the success of its trading arm after showing how its paid back £1.7million of a £4.62million loan 15 months early.

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A torch lit goodbye will be held in Ely on Friday for those mourning the moment Britain leaves the EU.

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