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  1. Cambridgeshire police dogs to star in 'crime-fighting canine' charity calendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ely Standard

    Some of Cambridgeshire police's dogs are to star in a collaborative charity calendar alongside the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire police dog unit. This is Harley with his handler PC Lindsey Cox, one of the dogs to star in the BCH Dog Unit charity calendar.

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  2. CamBedRailRoad: 'There's another way to connect Oxford to Cambridge'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Crow

    The proposed CBRR line and the C2-2 line, which would impact rural South Cambs and Central Beds land if it was given the green light. Picture: CBRR A proposal for part of a major new railway line being built from Sandy to Shepreth has led to the formation of a new think tank which has come up with an alternative route.

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  3. Beds, Cambs and Herts police dogs star in charity calendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Crow

    This is Harley with his handler PC Lindsey Cox, one of the dogs to star in the BCH Dog Unit charity calendar. Picture: CAMBS COPS Crime-fighting canines from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Dog Unit swapped police chases for photos to star in a new charity calendar.

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  4. Non-League Football: St Neots Town boss hopes the long wait for a memorable Fa Cup run will endRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Hunts Post

    His men will be hot favourites to progress when hosting lower-level Romulus in the second qualifying round of the famous competition tomorrow , 3pm. Saints have already banked A 6,000 for their triumph against fellow Step 3 outfit Bishop's Stortford in the previous round and there is another A 9,000 up for grabs against Midland Premier League side Romulus, from Birmingham, along with the prospect of reaching the third qualifying round for the first time in 40 years.

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  5. Police dog sniffs out suspected quad bike thiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Darlington and Stockton Times

    TWO suspected stolen quad bikes have been recovered and a man arrested after a late-night farm theft on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. A vigilant member of the public called North Yorkshire Police to report the theft of a quad bike in progress at a farm in Clapham, near Ingleton, at 3am on Thursday, September 20. He fled from the police, but officers found the vehicle crashed into a wall and abandoned a short time later.

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  6. Man found hiding under a garden table arrested on suspicion of quad bike theftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Police were called to a report of a theft of a quad bike in progress at a farm in Clapham, near Ingleton, at 3am on Thursday, September 20. A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said: "Officers responded to the call immediately, and located a man in a silver VW Passat in suspicious circumstances nearby. "He made off from police, but officers found the vehicle crashed into a wall and abandoned a short time later.

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  7. Mercedes-AMG Project One secret test scuppered by loud engineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Mercedes' ballistic Project One is one of the most eagerly anticipated hypercars of next year - and a new set of images have emerged on it undergoing tests in Britain. Pictures of the A 2.4million machine have been released by the German brand showing it being driven at 'a secret test ground in England' - which happens to be Millbrook Proving Grounds in Bedfordshire - after the behind-closed-doors test became public knowledge.

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  8. GWH's top radiologist's call for extra resources from government as demand for scans swellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This is Wiltshire

    The experienced consultant, who also acts as treasurer for the Royal College of Radiologists, called on the government to invest more cash in radiology departments across the country. He told the Swindon Advertiser : "Across the country, there is a shortage of radiologists.

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  9. Storm Bronagh has caused Milton Keynes to be under a yellow warning for most of the rest of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cambridge Evening News

    The sun will disappear for a few days in the skies over Milton Keynes as Storm Bronagh approaches the UK. The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for the region as the storm could cause very strong winds from today through Monday .

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  10. St Neots Timebank recognised by national groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Hunts Post

    Georgina Corely, from the St Neots Timebank, attended a national conference in Uxbridge to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the concept, which is now available in 22 countries worldwide. Edgar S Cahn, a distinguished professor and former counsel and speech writer to Robert F Kennedy, created the first timebank in the US and in the UK, the first one was set up in 1998.

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  11. Murderer who stabbed victim 12 times at Cambridgeshire pub posts...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Ely Standard

    A murderer just two weeks into a life sentence for stabbing his victim to death outside a Cambridgeshire pub was caught posting ' just chilling' videos of himself to social media from the inside of Peterborough Prison. The videos show Kai Nazir laughing with fellow inmates in a cell and he also posted still photographs of prison life.

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  12. Product News - Press Release: Lattice assessments now available at Big Rock in Milton KeynesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | UKClimbing.com

    Big Rock Climbing has joined the Lattice Training partner wall programme, with Lattice Board Assessments now available at Big Rock Bond in Bletchley Milton Keynes. Are you serious about taking your climbing to the next level? The Lattice Board is climbing's first dedicated performance analysis tool to be supported by a database of climbers' results and a robust analysis package.

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  13. Microsoft releases interactive tool to help students and teachers plug digital gapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Neowin.net

    Microsoft has released an interactive tool to help students, academics, researchers, and administrators plug their digital knowledge gaps. Initially, those interested work through an interactive PowerPoint presentation to decide which courses are appropriate for them then links are provided to each interactive course that should help bring users' skills up to scratch.

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  14. Bavarian night returns to Royal Oak pub in Hail WestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Hunts Post

    Visitors to The Royal Oak pub, in High Street, will be celebrating Oktoberfest this year with steins full of German lager available at the bar and delicious bratwurst sausages being served from the barbecue. The village, which sits on the outskirts of St Neots, has a history of celebrating Oktoberfest in style.

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  15. Grand vision for massive overhaul of transportation in St NeotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Cambridge Evening News

    Failing bus services in the town have been saved from the axe while plans are in place to transform the town It comes as Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor James Palmer stepped in to subsidised two bus services in the town until a countywide bus services report and its recommendations are finalised in November this year. Mr Palmer says the public subsidisation of the number 61 and 63 town centre routes, which are currently running at a loss by operator Whippet, will able St Neots to maintain its "momentum".

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  16. Diversion routes in place amid A428 road closures this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Hunts Post

    The A428 between St Neots and the Caxton Gibbet roundabout will be closed this week to allow repair work to be carried out. The road will be closed between 9pm and 5am, with two full closures of the A428 in both directions in places, between Cambridge Road roundabout in St Neots and the B1040 Eltisley.

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  17. Bakery chain submits plans for new branch in HuntingdonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Hunts Post

    The firm, which has more than 1,700 outlets across the UK, has applied to Huntingdonshire District Council for permission to install air conditioning and extractor equipment in a pod unit at the Bridge Centre, in St Peter's Road. The firm already has a branch in Huntingdon's High Street as well as others at Brampton Hut services, St Ives, and St Neots.

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  18. The final countdown: Rugby World Cup volunteers form The PackRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Wimbledon Guardian

    There are fewer than 100 days until the Rugby World Cup and volunteers have taken part in a training programme as Twickenham prepares to welcome the world. More than 4,000 members of "The Pack", a team of 6,000 volunteers who will assist visitors during the autumn tournament, got together in Milton Keynes on May 18. With an age range of between 18 and 86, the army of volunteers will follow in the footsteps of the Olympic 2012 Games Makers and Commonwealth Games 2014 volunteers.

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  19. Nazir stabbed 30-year-old Chris West 12 times, killing him, and tried to murder another manRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Cambridge Evening News

    Murderer Kai Nazir who stabbed a man to death at a pub has appeared in smiling pictures on Instagram taken inside prison on an illegal mobile phone. The killer also appears laughing in a video showing him and other inmates in a cell, and one image shared has the caption "F*** the feds".

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  20. Former Colchester striker Cureton set for managerial role after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Halstead Gazette

    Former Colchester United striker Jamie Cureton is set to take up managerial reins following an upheaval at Bostik League premier division side Bishop's Stortford. The club announced in a statement this afternoon that Adam Flint had resigned as Stortford's first team manager after a defeat by Kingstonian on Saturday.

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