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Tate wants help to identify Cambridgeshire photos

Tate wants help to identify Cambridgeshire photos

Tate wants help to identify Cambridgeshire photos

12 August 2015

The Tate Gallery wants you help in identifying the places pictured in a massive collection of photographs from across Britain that it has just put into its online archive.


Console Corner: Zombi coming to a console near U

Console Corner: Zombi coming to a console near U

Console Corner: Zombi coming to a console near U

08 August 2015

Nintendo Wii exclusive hit ZombiU has ditched the ‘U’ and been reborn as Zombi so it can be released on next gen.


First look at restored mill at Sacrewell

First look at restored mill at Sacrewell

First look at restored mill at Sacrewell

26 July 2015

The people who have been at the heart of a £1.8m project to restore Sacrewell Mill to its original glory were the first to see inside as it opened its doors.


Console Corner: Goat Simulator makes it to PS4

Console Corner: Goat Simulator makes it to PS4

Console Corner: Goat Simulator makes it to PS4

25 July 2015

You may have heard the name around and like me wondered ‘what’s that all about?’ but like me never been curious enough to find out... well Goat Simulator has got so big it is being released on the world’s best selling console.


Rutland Water Park retains Green Flag status

Rutland Water Park retains Green Flag status

Rutland Water Park retains Green Flag status

25 July 2015

Rutland Water Park has once again been awarded Green Flag status as it gears up for an action packed summer holiday season.


Lincolnshire tourism booming and hits record £58.8million

Lincolnshire tourism booming and hits record £58.8million

Lincolnshire tourism booming and hits record £58.8million

24 July 2015

Tourism is booming in Lincolnshire, bringing billion-pound benefits to the county economy.


Console Corner: Rory McIlroy PGA Tour review

Console Corner: Rory McIlroy PGA Tour review

Console Corner: Rory McIlroy PGA Tour review

18 July 2015

New name, same great game but lack of depth and content is lame.


Console Corner: Could this be the surprise Hit of the year?

Console Corner: Could this be the surprise Hit of the year?

Console Corner: Could this be the surprise Hit of the year?

11 July 2015

It is very much the essence of an assassin to be stealthy and go unnoticed and that is precisely what Io-Interactive have done with the announcement of a brand new Hitman.


Accident-prone adults worse than teenagers says new research

Accident-prone adults worse than teenagers says new research

Accident-prone adults worse than teenagers says new research

11 July 2015

That’s right. New research from Car Dealer Reviews, which studied accidents across the UK using government statistics, has concluded that older drivers are now more susceptible to crashes than adolescents.


Peterborough based Thomas Cook cancels all holiday bookings in Tunisia and offers flights home

Peterborough based Thomas Cook cancels all holiday bookings in Tunisia and offers flights home

Peterborough based Thomas Cook cancels all holiday bookings in Tunisia and offers flights home

09 July 2015

As a result of the change in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice to travel to Tunisia, Peterborough based travel firm Thomas Cook has cancelled all future bookings to Tunisia up until October 31 2015.


Thousands of visitors make Baston Car and Bike Show ‘biggest ever’

Thousands of visitors make Baston Car and Bike Show ‘biggest ever’

Thousands of visitors make Baston Car and Bike Show ‘biggest ever’

07 July 2015

Almost 5,000 people helped make this year’s Baston Car and Bike Show the biggest ever, according to organisers.


Cottage holiday put a Broads smile on our faces

Cottage holiday put a Broads smile on our faces

Cottage holiday put a Broads smile on our faces

05 July 2015

A mere mention of the Norfolk Broads conjours up images of families and friends taking to the vast expanse of inland waterways in that region in boats of all shapes and sizes.


A Knight in shining armour

A Knight in shining armour

A Knight in shining armour

04 July 2015

Hi, I’m Batman. At least that’s how I feel like introducing myself after spending the last few days playing the brilliant new Batman Arkham Knight.


New Street Fighter, new moves, new year hype

New Street Fighter, new moves, new year hype

New Street Fighter, new moves, new year hype

27 June 2015

We may only be halfway through 2015 but Street Fighter V is already fast becoming the mostly hotly anticipated game of next year.


Console Corner: Saving video game history... starting with Mega Man

Console Corner: Saving video game history... starting with Mega Man

Console Corner: Saving video game history... starting with Mega Man

20 June 2015

Game development studio Digital Eclipse has vowed to “save video game history” after rising from the ashes of its arcade conversion roots.


Console Corner: Fallout 4 confirmed for next gen

Console Corner: Fallout 4 confirmed for next gen

Console Corner: Fallout 4 confirmed for next gen

13 June 2015

Yes it’s real, Fallout 4 is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.


Conservation is key at Bugtopia in Rutland

Conservation is key at Bugtopia in Rutland

Conservation is key at Bugtopia in Rutland

07 June 2015

Conservation through education is the motto of the team behind Bugtopia, the new zoo that opened at Rutland Water last month.


Console Corner: Let’s paint London town red

Console Corner: Let’s paint London town red

Console Corner: Let’s paint London town red

06 June 2015

Whatever you are doing or planning to do this October, cancel it.


Lincoln Cathedral given £12.4m to boost tourism offering

Lincoln Cathedral given £12.4m to boost tourism offering

Lincoln Cathedral given £12.4m to boost tourism offering

01 June 2015

Lincoln Cathedral, the only cathedral on Historic England’s buildings at risk register, is being given £12.4m to pay for urgent repairs.


How much does it costs to raise a child?

How much does it costs to raise a child?

How much does it costs to raise a child?

01 June 2015

​New r​esearch shows parents are spending an average of £35,000 on their children by the time they get to five years old – and that’s not a small amount, by anyone’s calculations.


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