A man who attacked two women – biting, punching, slapping and pulling one of the victims - has been jailed for 32 weeks.
Wisbech councillor Virginia Bucknor called today for an investigation into all councillors’ expenses to ensure allegations against a fellow councillor “are not the tip of an iceberg”.
It was one of the oddest budget debates of recent times as Fenland Council couldn’t quite find the heart to deliver up a threatened three per cent rise in council tax.
Rarely can a political career have ended so ignominiously- for indeed that must be the inevitable outcome for Councillor Simon King.
The Prime Minister has ordered a review into three women’s health disasters – including vaginal mesh implants – the campaign begun three years ago by Cambs Times journalist Kath Sansom.
New recruit Jamie Thurlbourne is relishing the chance to play a part in Wisbech Town’s bid to win the United Counties League Premier Division title.
One Wisbech Town team was pushed closer to East Men’s League relegtion last Saturday, but another side boosted their title hopes.
Jordan Gill is out to deliver his best performance to date in his biggest fight so far.
Wisbech St Mary’s six-month wait for a Thurlow Nunn League First Division victory is over.
A team of eight players from the Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club took part in a sponsored 24 hour ‘Tennisathon’ at the GB National Tennis Centre last Saturday (February 17).
After several appearances at the Cambridge Folk Festival in recent years, The Proclaimers have announced they will be performing at the Cambridge Corn Exchange in October.
The Marvel Comics universe expands with a rousing standalone adventure for the eponymous African king, featuring a predominantly black cast festooned with Oscar winners and nominees teasing out tender romance and bruising rivalries.
Following the sell-out success of 2017, Cambridge Footlights are back by popular demand with two nights of hilarious new comedy.
Comedian Rich Hall is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange as part of the venue’s City Roots event series.
Ellen Kents’ La Traviata is coming to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange next month.
As the Isle of Ely Blind Society marks its 95th anniversary, member Janet Fisher explains how the charity helps local people.