A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Thursday 1st April 2010.
NHS Peterborough has abandoned plans for a homeless and vulnerable centre in the centre of Peterborough.
105 jobs will be lost in Peterborough as Jarvis go into administration.
Valuation Office Agency is aware of rebate claims from businesses affected by the Cathedral Square works.
Big companies back the Conservative Party and demand no rise in National Insurance contributions.
Bulky waste collections will henceforth be chargeable at £20 plus VAT per collection.
Cancer Research UK say older people are reporting skin cancers blamed on the Costas and sunbeds.
A Help for Heroes Ball will take place on Friday 2nd April at the Holiday Inn in Peterborough.
Newcastle could send Peterborough United FC to Division One and win promotion for themselves.
Taxpayers Alliance say Peterborough City Council declined a Freedom of Information request to state top salaries.
Queensgate shop helps the environment by selling luxury personalised Easter eggs with minimal packaging.
Steve Bliss Revaluation Project Manager Valuation Office Agency.
Jamie Lee Pottyborough.co.uk
Susie Hutson Forces’ Sweetheart.
Mike Heath Commercial Services Director Peterborough City Council.
Mark Cooke Peterborough Pensioners’ Association.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Father David Jennings All Souls Church Geneva Street.
John O’Connell Taxpayers Alliance.
Suzanne Clayton Sweet Perfection Queensgate.
Sweet Perfection Queensgate.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Chris Osbourne
News: Louise Neill
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine