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Rude Road Comes Under Fire

Rude Road Comes Under Fire

The latest road to gain a name on Far Eastside estate Love’s Farm has come under fire for being a bit rude. Belland Hill, which gained it’s name sometime in the last couple of weeks, is not named after anything in particular, according to councillors and [Read More]

Scientists Sinking Streets?

Scientists Sinking Streets?

Scientists at research outfit CERN, whose Large Hadron Collider was rumoured last year to be underneath St Neots, have come under fire again from residents in the Humberley Close area, who are concerned their houses are shrinking. “My house is cracking up,” said [Read More]

Residents Demand Name Change

Residents Demand Name Change

Residents of St Neots second-newest estate, otherwise known as a development, Eynesbury Manor, are demanding a change of name for the area after homeowners and tenants on Cambridge’s Arbury Park achieved a similar victory. Not wishing to be associated with the [Read More]

“Green Suburb” Doomed

“Green Suburb” Doomed

St Neots Town Council today admitted that the proposed “Green Suburb” near Loves Farm was a non-starter. A spokesman said, “B&Q just don’t have that much green paint.” The DIY giant said that they would be happy to negotiate a discount on [Read More]

Creating More Traffic Could Get Dual Carriageway

Creating More Traffic Could Get Dual Carriageway

It has been revealed that the propsed expansion of St Neots is part of an attempt to obtain finally get the much needed dualling of the A428. During a press conference Councillor Miles said, “In order to convince central government that the dualling is needed we have [Read More]

“Eynesbury On The Up” Nothing To Do With George Clooney

“Eynesbury On The Up” Nothing To Do With George Clooney

St Neots Town Council today denied reports that the Eynesbury On The Up campaign was anything to do with stilts and Oceans Twelve. Recent advertisements for an event Ernulf this weekend say that “Eynesbury is on the up and local residents, with support from Luminus [Read More]

New Houses “Might Mean More People”

New Houses “Might Mean More People”

Huntingdonshire District Council this week proposed another 5000 houses for St Neots, despite the fact that no-one is available to live in them. Development has already slowed on the Loves Farm development in the Far East section of the town, on account of nobody buying the [Read More]

Sandbanks Now Rivalled by Eynesbury Riviera

Sandbanks Now Rivalled by Eynesbury Riviera

Multi-million pound properties in the exclusive Dorset region of Sandbanks have been pushed into 5th place in the list of the world’s most expensive real estate by the current development on the Great Ouse East Bank. Even the most fervent supporters of St Neots [Read More]

Empty Shop Developers Enter New Market

Empty Shop Developers Enter New Market

Local developers are having to expand into new business areas as demand for empty shops wanes, it was reported today. One of St Neots’ oldest and proudest traditions is the building, and importing, of empty shops into the High Street and Market Square. Typically these [Read More]

Eynesbury Is New Architectural Chic

Eynesbury Is New Architectural Chic

Forget the Swiss Re “Gherkin”, the Liver Building, York Minster and Bath’s Royal Crescents as fine examples of British architecture¬†- architects are looking to St Neots, and in particular Eynesbury, for inspiration in design. Leading UK architect Ben [Read More]

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Town Gears Up For New Complaint

Town Gears Up For New Complaint

Neotians were this week beginning to prepare for 2014′s predicted favourite sport – namely, complaining [Read More]

Councillor Definitely Didn’t Say Nazi

Councillor Definitely Didn’t Say Nazi

District and county councillor Steve van der Whitevanman caused controversy this week after he definitely didn’t [Read More]

Shocking Horse Meat Truth Revealed

Shocking Horse Meat Truth Revealed

Meat experts have today shocked the British public with the real reason behind the horse DNA contamination scandal. [Read More]

Paper Reveals Reporterless Setup

Paper Reveals Reporterless Setup

Local newspaper the Cambridge Evening News In The Morning has revealed that it is going to sack all its reporters, [Read More]

New School Thief-Proof

New School Thief-Proof

South Cambs DC have revealed that new secondary school Cambourne Village College is designed with special anti-theft [Read More]

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