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Winning kids get to light up the big star

Winning kids get to light up the big star

Winning kids get to light up the big star

We asked youngsters to design recyclable fruit or veg and two brothers came up with two brilliant entries.


Woman creates unique business

Woman creates unique business

Woman creates unique business

Gifts that suit a variety of dietary requirements are available from this unique business.


Hotel celebrates with launch of cabins

Hotel celebrates with launch of cabins

Hotel celebrates with launch of cabins

Relax in a free-standing outdoor bathtub under the stars at this Georgian manor.


The Sky is the limit for bike company

The Sky is the limit for bike company

The Sky is the limit for bike company

Two bicycle companies are working in tandem organising a demo day.


Pre-loved wedding dress shop is stocked up

Pre-loved wedding dress shop is stocked up

Pre-loved wedding dress shop is stocked up

Whether it is vintage or brand new, this store has something to offer, says its 25-year-old owner.


Toy shop The Entertainer opens new store in Vancouver Quarter

Toy shop The Entertainer opens new store in Vancouver Quarter

Toy shop The Entertainer opens new store in Vancouver Quarter

The new store was opened by the Mayor.


Minister for Industry at CITB

Minister for Industry at CITB

Minister for Industry at CITB

A newly-appointed Government minister has visited the Constructionarium with James Wild, MP.


Farms hog limelight at National Pig Awards

Farms hog limelight at National Pig Awards

Farms hog limelight at National Pig Awards

It has been a tough year in the pork industry, but two local farms have reason to celebrate this week.


Councillor slams 'rotten' TSB branch closure proposal

Councillor slams 'rotten' TSB branch closure proposal

Councillor slams 'rotten' TSB branch closure proposal

A district councillor is urging residents to join him in challenging bank bosses over their new closure plans.


HMRC extends deadline for Post Office payments

HMRC extends deadline for Post Office payments

HMRC extends deadline for Post Office payments

People who have HMRC benefits paid into a Post Office card account were to have them stopped but a last minute change has been announced.


Pay rise for Bakkavor workers

Pay rise for Bakkavor workers

Pay rise for Bakkavor workers

Union bosses say they have called off the threat of strike action for staff after agreeing a pay rise for workers.


Charabanc passengers enjoy a visit

Charabanc passengers enjoy a visit

Charabanc passengers enjoy a visit

Midlands accents were to be heard in the town centre as tourists on their way to Thursford enjoyed some retail therapy.


Food bank appeal from the Co-op

Food bank appeal from the Co-op

Food bank appeal from the Co-op

A critical appeal to donate to food banks has been launched by a supermarket chain.


Town's last bank branch set for axe in new closure programme

Town's last bank branch set for axe in new closure programme

Town's last bank branch set for axe in new closure programme

A leading high street bank plans to axe dozens of branches, including one in our area, during the first half of next year.


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