A woman was taken to hospital after being hit by a reversing car in Wisbech.
Budding presenters, researchers and writers are needed for a new television station which two entrepreneurs hope to launch for Fenland and Peterborough.
An appeal for empty jewellery boxes has captured the imagination of hundreds of people in Ely and Fenland prompting donations by the dozen.
An appeal has begun to find the occupants of an orange Clio – or possibly a Corsa- who sped off from the scene of an accident involving a motorcyclist and his passenger.
A man in his seventies made an emergency landing in his light aircraft on a grass airfield in March yesterday.
The history of the Quakers is brought to life with an exhibition throughout August at Peckover House.
Speedway rider Lewis Kerr is in a stable condition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital following a high-speed accident in Peterborough.
New state pension plans that come into force next April will create two classes of pensioners.
A trailer has overturned on one of Ely’s busiest junctions today.
Health Chiefs at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group are supporting World Breastfeeding Week 2015 this week (August 1).
A bus company has apologised for the alleged behaviour of one of its drivers after he was reported to have shown a lack of concern for his passengers following a crash.
Wisbech lost more ground on leaders Godmanchester after Foxton dropped anchor and played out a draw.
Chatteris did not disgrace themselves against Cambridge Granta II, but the league leaders showed their class in a 44 run win.
Appledore showcased its wares with food, drink and entertainment during weekend summer festival.
It was a town hit yet again as 3,000 people turned up to watch kites soar across the sky for the annual Royston Kite Festival.
A ‘pink army’ of women came together at Verulamium Park in St Albans to take part in the Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
An investigation has found the region’s councils own commercial assets worth millions of pounds. But is it time to sell-off the family silver? Investigations editor David Powles reports.
Hundreds of people turned out in Lowestoft as an annual charity football match was hailed as an “amazing” success.
The owners of Hanse House have relaunched one of its ventures – and are once again offering works by Norfolk-based artists and a tea room.
Crowds of shoppers were amazed by tight rope walking, juggling and entertainment from The Dave Chamelion Show.
Children are being urged to step into David Attenbrorough’s shoes and present their own wildlife videos, or interact with swans and hares on a giant screen, at a west Norfolk wetland centre.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn is set to come out of special measures following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The EDP Best in Show trophy was won by Dominique Rudd, of Brandiston, for her ‘Garden of Tranquillity’ which was dedicated to her sister Katie who died 18 years ago of meningitis.