A rapist who was at Whitemoor jail has been moved to a women-only prison after having gender reassignment surgery.
Jobs are at risk at a shoe retailer in Wisbech after tough trading conditions forced it to enter administration.
The A47 between Wisbech and Guyhirn remains blocked after a van left the road and crashed into a row of trees.
A biker is taking to the road for a 2,000 mile round trip to raise money for a national charity that takes injured veterans on motorbike holidays of their dreams.
A man has been charged with causing death by careless driving while over the limit after a pedestrian was killed during a collision in Wisbech yesterday (March 21).
The community rallied round to support the family of a 14-year-old March boy who died last weekend.
Cambridgeshire Police joined a minute’s silence at 9.33am to pay respect to the victims of the Westminster attack that left four dead and more than 40 inured.
This week marks the 100th anniversary of the death of a remarkable Ely man - Billett Genn - who died in March 1917 at the age of 90.
Ely Cathedral is supporting a clergyman who says the reason he has not been considered for a bishop’s post is because he is gay.
High performing apprentices from Fakenham and Sheringham have been recognised for their ambitious drive and impressive talent in the College of West Anglia (CWA) Apprenticeship Awards.
Jobs are at risk at a shoe retailer with stores and concessions in Norwich, Thetford, Lowestoft and Wisbech after tough trading conditions forced it to enter administration.
Three schools took part in a science fair so pupils could learn about important inventions and discoveries.
With ball pits, an agility course, sensory activities and a snooze area, it would be easy to think the day care centre in Clayhall Park was aimed at pre-schoolers.
King Charles II was pivotal to the establishment and evolution of Newmarket as the Home of Horseracing.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club ladies first team ended their Petroc Division One home campaign with a stunning 6-0 success against recently crowned champions Exe III.
Brixington Blues Under-11s were 2-1 winners when they travelled into Exeter to meet West Exe Youth.
Senior council bosses at Great Yarmouth Borough Council have called for the fees plans to be scrapped.
The number of affordable homes built in our region has plunged to a record low - at a time when thousands of people are crying out for a roof over their heads.
A Norwich MP has described how he and other members of parliament were told about how a police officer had been stabbed before the alleged assailant was shot in Westminster.
A council has formally apologised for not following its own procedures when dismissing a soccer hero’s nomination for the freedom of the borough.
Mick Wright joined King’s Lynn FC in 1961 aged 19, and holds the British record for the number of games played without ever getting booked or sustaining an injury.
A group set up to kick start economic growth in the region has accused an MP, who reported them to a government spending watchdog, of making “wholly inaccurate and defamatory” suggestions about it.
Fenland Park was a mess. Before becoming a building site it was overgrown; the former home of Wisbech Town Football Club was not so much weedy as a jungle.
Two nurses from King’s Lynn and a Grantham man have been awarded top national life-saving honours for their fight to save the young victims of a road crash which claimed the life of a 21-year-old.
A regional outbreak of carrot disease has been blamed by Alan Bartlett & Sons (Chatteris) for a dip in turnover and profits last year.
Farmers across East Anglia affected by the collapse of Wellgrain, one of the country’s largest regional grain merchants, face an uncertain time if they are among the 286 names on the list of creditors believed to be owed in excess of £15 million.
Some farmers say they stand to lose up to £100,000 following the news that Ely-based Wellgrain Ltd, a grain trader, has gone into administration owing up to £15 million to almost 300 creditors.