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20 May 2016 Residents

Pupils to take part in Safety Challenge

Peterborough school pupils will learn how to react to a fire and the consequences of being distracted near the road in a Safety Challenge at Dogsthorpe Fire Station on Tuesday 24 May 2016....

20 May 2016 Council

Topping out ceremony marks new primary school progress

A topping out ceremony will mark the highest point of construction for the new primary school being built on the former Peterborough District Hospital site. The new building is on schedule...

18 May 2016 Residents

Think about fostering during Foster Care Fortnight

As part of this year's Foster Care Fortnight, Peterborough City Council is facing its toughest recruitment challenge to date as it aims to recruit more foster carers who have the skills and...

12 May 2016 Council

A school visit and two birthday parties keep Mayor busy

A visit from Thorpe Primary School to the Town Hall and celebrating two birthday parties are among the dates in the mayoral diary this week. Friday 13 May : The Mayor and Mayoress will welcome...

06 May 2016 Council

Conservatives gain control of Peterborough City Council

Peterborough City Council is now in Conservative control following local elections on Thursday 5 May 2016.  The Conservatives won 31 seats, followed by Labour with 14 seats, Liberal...

29 Apr 2016 Business

Landlord found guilty of harassment of tenant

A landlord who harassed a former tenant has been sentenced to a community order and told to pay £1,000. Mohammed Yousaf, 57, of Chestnut Avenue, Peterborough, was found guilty of one...