BBC Peterborough March 11th 2010

BBC Radio Peterborough news for Thursday 11th March 2010

Peterborough is named by the Sunday Times as one of 12 areas said to be beating the recession.
Google Street View is switched on in Peterborough.
Local Conservative councillor is mystified by his deselection but suspects faction fighting.
WHICH says that hospital car parks are unhelpful and stressful for outpatients and visitors alike.
British Transport Police attend level crossings to remind drivers of their responsibilities.
Kidney Research UK will be in Barclays Bank today offering free blood pressure checks.
Waterstones recommend books for Mothers Day.
Police come under fire for failings in their handling of anti-social behaviour.
There will be no charges laid in the case of a bus crash which killed a local fruit-picker on a day trip to Alton Towers.
Growborough tentatively support the idea of a casino for Peterborough.
BA cabin crew union UNITE contemplate strike action over staff cuts.
Local schools participate in news bulletins on the show as part of the BBC Schools Report NewsDay.
Council Leader pledges that Cathedral Square works will be completed by June.
Council Leader hints at council mortgages to come.

John Bridge CE Peterborough Chamber of Commerce annd Chair of Opportunity Peterborough.
Colin Parnell Chair of the Peterborough Federation of Small Businesses.
Laura Scott Google.
Charles Day Peterborough City Cllr.
Claire Lilley Senior Policy Adviser WHICH.
Marco Cereste Leader Peterborough City Council
Sgt Mark Bowen British Transport Police.
Candice Lott Media Teacher Bushfield Academy.
Pete Revell Kidney Research UK.
Katie Allen Teacher Thomas Deacon Academy.
Anna Elmore Waterstones Bookshop.

Companies mentioned: Decker Bus Company. Fengate Electrical. Google. Barclays Bank. Waterstones.


Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Susie Roberts
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