An appeal has been launched to find relatives of a former Wisbech publican who enjoyed his moment of fame by renaming his pub The Muppet Inn.
Anglian Water is still searching for the leak on North Brink which has left cellars flooded below the town hall, Corn Exchange and Lloyds Bank, Wisbech.
A local charity is appealing for people to come forward to become befriender volunteers and make a real difference in people’s lives around the Fens.
Cubs from the 12th Wisbech Scout group celebrated Burns Night in style by playing host to Ian Baca from the Peterborough Highland Band.
A hospital is calling on the public to help their drive to get rid of vomiting bugs.
An author has published a new book which looks at the lives of German prisoners during the Second World War, including those sent to Ely.
A momentous decision today by Cambridgeshire County Council will pave the way for a 99 year lease being offered to March to take control of all 18 acres of Estover playing field.
Wisbech Town lost 6-0 to high-flying St Albans on Saturday in their first game back from the winter break.
Summer-Louise got her dream Disney-themed bedroom on Saturday thanks to the generosity of the people of Wisbech.
The Princess Royal was in good humour during her visit to March today as she toured the Neale-Wade Academy.
The Princess Royal followed her visit to March Neale-Wade Academy today (Wednesday) by officially opening a new city centre development in Cambridge.
A young rugby player was taken to hospital after he suffered a broken leg at a Diss game.
Artists from a Norfolk day centre for adults with learning difficulties will be showcased at a new exhibition starting at King’s Lynn Arts Centre today.
Residents in a quiet Thetford cul-de-sac are facing a congestion headache after rail users started using their street as a car park.
A taste for pigs’ trotters in China could help open valuable export opportunities for East Anglian pork producers, said a Norfolk MP after returning from a trade mission to the Far East.
A property developer from Gorefield who is close to buying a troubled West Norfolk beauty spot has outlined his plans to transform the area into a country park.
An attempted burglary took place in Walton Highway on Friday.
He went from living in a £500,000 Norfolk home, employing up to 200 seasonal workers with a turnover of £30,000 a week, to a homeless hostel.
Students and staff did hair styling, manicures, nail art, beauty treatments and leg waxing to raise more than £900 for a cancer charity.
A new member of staff has joined fresh produce Chatteris firm ERMS UK.
MP Sir Jim Paice brought further bad news to dairy farmers this week as he announced that their pay would be delayed by two weeks.
A gas pipeline to serve a controversial anaerobic digester plant at Mepal has been delayed after Fenland planners demanded more information about how trees are to be protected.