A number of buildings in the West Street area of Wisbech were evacuated last night after a house fire.
A driver was disqualified and had his vehicle seized after he was suspected of going out hare coursing.
Fire crews in Wisbech carried out a purrfect rescue when they helped save a cat that got itself stuck on a roof yesterday afternoon.
Firefighters are currently on the scene of a chimney fire on Station Road, March.
A passenger was taken to hospital after a single-vehicle collision at Tesco on Cromwell Road, Wisbech last night.
Police located another burst pipe in Wisbech while on patrol at around 3am this morning.
A Fenland woman has organised a valentine’s ball to help raise funds for a Fenland charity which helps families who have children with additional needs.
Support workers who had been on trial accused of failing to take care of a teenager who drowned at Bawsey Pits, near King’s Lynn, have today been found not guilty.
A motorist was stopped and reported for driving through a Wisbech road that has been closed for more than 24 hours.
What do you do if you find a stranded seal? As two are released at Combe Martin after staying at Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, the RSPCA offers advice to anyone who finds a stranded seal
Welwyn Garden City’s old hospital building is disappearing swiftly to make way for new homes and a care home.
A history book recalling the great flood of Uphill in 1981 has been written by a group of schoolchildren.
A group of activists held a demonstration outside Redbridge Town Hall on Tuesday to raise public awareness of current plans to close an A&E.
The reunion took place on Monday
Support workers who had been on trial accused of failing to take care of a teenager who drowned at Bawsey Pits, near King’s Lynn, have been found not guilty.
The Queen spent about 90 minutes enjoying the company of fellow members of the Sandringham Women’s Institute today.
The UK Independence Party’s ruling committee would back leader Paul Nuttall “100pc” if he decides to stand in Stoke, one of its members has said.
More details have emerged about one of Norfolk’s most intriguing archaeological finds.
A vital lifeline for disabled people in west Norfolk could be forced to close, after its health authority funding was withdrawn.
The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership has been accused of using taxpayer-funded incentives to encourage a firm to move to a site which its chairman’s company is building.
A drink driver was arrested on Saturday afternoon in Wisbech after his vehicle hit a kerb.
A new Travelodge could be opening in Wisbech, potentially creating up to 30 jobs.
A man was arrested on suspicion of theft in Wisbech town centre this afternoon.