Campaigning Cambs Times journalist Kath Sansom today took her ‘sling the mesh’ campaign to the heart of Government.
Jobs will go and some children’s centres will close as county councillors voted to cut £900,000 from their budget that had previously supported a county wide network.
Mitchell Bird was jailed for 18 years today after launching an attack on a man during a row over drugs.
An audience of more than 220,000 have now watched the moment a 42 year-old man from Wisbech was confronted by a paedophile vigilante group.
A transport conference was told that Fenland holds the key to unlocking the potential of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Strictly Come Dancing celebrity Jonnie Peacock of Doddington – who happens also to be a double Paralympics, world and European champion – has been busy helping to develop a new training workout.
An artist who promises her work is “full of humour and silliness” has an exhibition in Wisbech until the end of the month.
Major expansion of March Cold Stores – that could see capacity doubled – has been unveiled at a public consultation.
A man who dialled 999 because a fruit machine refused to pay out and a civil dispute over a lawn mower are among a catalogue of inappropriate emergency calls to police in Cambridgeshire.
Fen artist Annie Appleby is preparing for her latest exhibition that opens next Tuesday at Octavia View, Wisbech.
A Whittlesey school will re-open tomorrow after Anglian Water fixed the mains supply.
A dramatic police chase through Wisbech ended in a collision along the A1101 with one car coming to rest on its side.
It was the highlight of the business year – the 2017 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards. And the most successful to date.
Opposition leader Lucy Nethsinga says failure by Cambridgeshire County Council to raise council tax to four instead of two per cent has partly led to the threat to children’s centres and rural bus services.
A professional artist will soon be uniting the community of Wisbech - with a large scale portrait involving up to 10,000 residents.
The Ouse Washes have been chosen by Professor Robert Winston as one of top 10 science and discovery places in A History of England in 100 Places campaign
Mayor James Palmer has effectively declared a vote of no confidence in the Greater Cambridgeshire Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
The county council has produced a summary of the work they do with young people and social care to argue for increased Government support.
A councillor facing a conduct hearing over claims he made a racist remark has accused a councillor colleague who complained of being “vexatious and politically motivated”.
The driver of a Biffa waste collection lorry clambered from his cab unscathed today after coming off the road on a notorious stretch of a soft verged Fen road.
A Burwell company is to go into partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council to develop a 2.7 acre site near March rail station for up to 34 homes.
Rapidly growing recycling specialists PLASgran – who turned over more than £16 million last year – wants official confirmation it can become a 24/7 operator.
Construction giant Kier Group has beaten off five competitors to secure the £17 million contract to design and build the Kings Dyke improvement scheme at Whittlesey.
The A47 near Wisbech is closed in both directions on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border following a serious collision.
A large sum of money has been found at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn but no one has yet come forward to claim it.
Relatives have paid tribute to a 42-year-old man who was found dead in a public toilet in March yesterday.
Mayor James Palmer indicated he favoured greater influence and powers for district councils and the possible abolition of Cambridgeshire County Council.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire moved swiftly to announce their new autumn line-up just hours after it was announced that mid morning host Paul Stainton was leaving.
Within weeks of his appointment as the £35,000 political assistant to Mayor James Palmer, the former East Cambs councillor Tom Hunt has been promoted to chief of staff – with a hefty pay rise.
Local radio presenter and broadcaster Paul Stainton is quitting the mid morning show and leaving BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to concentrate on his media and communications company.