A former Wisbech Grammar School pupil is making her name for herself with her seasonal cross-stitch creations.
A Fen woman says she is looking forward to her best Christmas for a long time after a charity found her the “perfect” job.
A youthful school choir has been spreading festive cheer throughout Wisbech.
Students and staff at Thomas Clarkson Academy have donated more than 1,000 items of food to Wisbech food bank this Christmas.
A councillor’s bid to get Fenland Council to switch from a cabinet style system of governance to committees fell at the first hurdle.
Former Wisbech Town Council clerk Erbie Murat has got a new job.
Performers at Wisbech Grammar School paid tribute to iconic rock band Queen with a three night run of We Will Rock You.
You could tell by the smile how much she’s looking forward to Christmas, as she stepped off the train from King’s Cross – the most famous woman in the world side-by-side with ordinary passengers.
17 year old maths student is the youngest ever contestant to reach the semi finals of Channel 4 show Countdown.
Hundreds of children packed into St Peter’s Church in Wisbech yesterday for a Christingle service.
A woman fed up of tractors depositing mud on the road outside her home took matters into her own hands this morning ... she staged a blockade.
One of Britain’s most wanted fugitives has been arrested as he landed at a remote west Norfolk airfield – thanks to an eagle-eyed member of the public.
Further reductions in funding for councils in the region have been condemned as “Scrooge-like” by one authority leader, as it emerged school transport in Norfolk has been placed in the firing line.
Contractors will move in on January 6 to start work on what will be called the King’s Lynn Transport Interchange.
Question marks surround the fate of several development projects in and around King’s Lynn after the developers behind the project went into administration.
County councillors have voted to stop the sale of the site where the axed Norfolk incinerator was to be built.
Two men have been found guilty of exploiting migrant workers as part of an illegal gangmaster operation in Fenland.
A wardrobe, lamp post and fur coats are on a wish list for Wisbech drama students who are set to recreate Narnia in their school hall.
Combined efforts are needed to give victims of “hate crimes” in Fenland the confidence to come forward and report them.