UK Power Network said they hope to get all homes in Wisbech affected by today’s fire back on by 10pm.
An investigation has been launched after a suspected acid attack in Wisbech – the victim did not sustain serious injuries.
Neighbours have been evacuated from homes in part of Wisbech today following a major fire at a nearby wood yard.
A 33 year-old man from King’s Lynn remains critically ill in hospital following a stabbing in Wisbech yesterday.
He was hailed by TV bosses as an expert mind on World War Two but historian Howard Tuck will probably best now be known for committing a massive tax fraud.
A police officer who stopped a drink driver going down the wrong side of the road said: “It was a miracle he hadn’t crashed or hurt anyone.”
Having worked with more than a dozen schools across Europe has led King’s Ely to be officially recognised as an ‘eTwinning school’.
Volunteers, sponsors, entertainers, stall-holders and prizes are needed ahead of the first ever Pride in Ely event.
Ely’s version of the Royal Academy Summer Show is at The Old Fire Engine House until July 8.
See ice age sloth, a dodo skeleton and the ‘Feathers of Moa’ at University of Cambridge attractiona
50,000 on display at event opened by celebrity gardener Diarmuid Gavin
Maggies make it three years in a row at the top
20,000 expected to visit event, which is proudly supported by the Cambridge Independent
Carnival capers captivated the crowds as the best of Bishop’s Stortford was celebrated on Saturday.
This is the aftermath of a blaze which engulfed a flat in North Lynn this afternoon.
Private landlords in the west of Norfolk could soon be fined if the homes they rent out are not eco-friendly enough.
Preparation work is under way for a major new business park which could eventually bring more than 2,000 jobs to West Norfolk.
Police are hunting a burglary gang after a second spate of break-ins in West Norfolk.
A reverend will be revving up for a mental health charity in memory of her son.
Six Wisbech students were commended for their outstanding academic and personal achievements at a celebratory awards evening.
A plaque has been unveiled in Wisbech to honour the man who brought the Rolling Stones to the town.
Talented students from across Cambridgeshire were recognised for their hard work at a celebratory evening at the College of West Anglia Sports.
A snail race evening raised hundreds of pounds to help fund wheelchairs at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King’s Lynn.
An estimated 6,000 visitors turned up to G’s for Open Farm Sunday and enjoyed – for free- what effectively has turned into a spectacular mini county show.