Opinion: Transparency needed on Town Hall salaries
How many people do you think working in Town Halls earn over £100,000 a year? (writes Peterborough MP Paul Bristow)
Town Hall View: Help by having a say on city centre
Ensuring that our city centre is an attractive destination for visitors, businesses and shoppers is one of my key priorities and something I am actively invested in, writes city council leader Cllr Mohammed Farooq.
Hilton Hotel set to come under Peterborough council's ownership as it prepares bid for freehold
It says the bid won’t cost extra cash – but completing building works could require more further investment
Regional Pool set to be demolished as council reveals £26m price tag for repairs
Building a replacement could cost £30m and take five years
Celebrations as £70 million multi-storey apartments development in Peterborough reaches milestone
Flats expected to be available later this year
Police appeal to find man wanted for six thefts and possession of drugs
Benjamin Jenkins is believed to be in the South Holland area
Jail for Cambridgeshire man who sent sexual messages to “girl”
Stephen Bryant thought he was sending messages to 13-year-old
WoW Bus hits Peterborough to share messages on personal finance
An outstanding new outreach bus has hit the road in Peterborough and Bedford - with stops planned next week in Cambridge and Fenstanton - to help promote key messages about Personal Financial Wellbeing to staff across the region.
Fewer Peterborough children offered place at preferred secondary school
3,019 offers were made to Peterborough schools - a slight increase on last year.
First female Bishop of Peterborough to be installed at special service at Cathedral
Bishop Debbie Sellin will be 39th Bishop of Peterborough
Police warning after Mercedes driver nearly crashes into River Nene in collision with parked car
Driver escaped unharmed from crash
Letters: What has happened to Peterborough city centre?
Not a destination…. a grubby place… allowed to deteriorate… missed opportunity… unwelcoming for visitors – readers have their say on Peterborough city centre and the bus station.
Innovative Peterborough-based Gen Phoenix is transforming sustainable manufacturing
Company is recycling waste leather earmarked for landfill
Oundle boat builder Fairline Yachts charts new course as it recruits 100 plus staff
Manufacturer hosts open day for applicants
More toilets set to be lost in Peterborough city centre during bus station refurbishment works
Queensgate has said that the works will create a “better visitor experience.”
Class A drug dealer jailed after failing to discard 'deal line' mobile phone
Enrikas Balsys has been jailed for over two years.
Action taken to board up Peterborough's Bretton Court as building becomes anti-social behaviour hotspot
A planning application to convert the building into 45 new apartments has been approved.
Peterborough council 'will hold off on Werrington fields fence plans' while it seeks compromise
It will first hold further talks with government
Peterborough plumber who connected gas supply with water given suspended sentence
Anthony Rice has never been registered with the Gas Safe Register – a legal requirement. He also held no qualifications nor completed any training in gas work.
Peterborough United to host 'Big Sleep Out' event at stadium in aid of local homeless charity
Peterborians invited to spend the night at Weston Homes Stadium to ‘gain a small insight into what homelessness feels like’