A revised one-way system introduced in Wisbech yesterday (Thu) is causing mayhem, according to a shop owner who said CCTV spotted at least 50 vehicles travelling in the wrong direction.
A £70,000 appeal has been launched to fund a bionic leg for a 20 year-old trainee electrician who lost a limb to cancer.
Police revealed today they believe the Fenland ‘Downton Abbey’ drugs mansion raided earlier this week was grossing over £400,000 every nine weeks.
Eleven cases of human trafficking, including five sham marriages, have been uncovered since the launch of an operation to tackle migrant exploitation in Fenland, a report has revealed.
Opening of a 22 acre solar farm this week in the Fens brings to over 40 the number now operational or in the pipeline across Cambridgeshire – enough to power 185,000 homes each year.
Sainsbury’s passed a critical first test after it won unanimous approval from Whittlesey Town Council for its revised plans for a superstore and country park in Eastrea Road.
Cooks paid pupils a visit to teach them about healthy eating today.
Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Graham Bright took to the airwaves on Friday to explain why Cambridgeshire has experienced large increases in violent crime and sexual offences.
A milkman will deliver his final round today after 22 years of serving customers in Emneth, Moyse’s Bank and Walsoken.
A Cambridge fellow was the speaker at Wisbech Grammar School’s first twilight talk of the year.
Sainsbury’s in March has donated the store’s Christmas tree to a house for homeless young people in Wisbech.
Police revealed they have so far found 1,500 cannabis plants inside the ‘Downton Abbey’ Fenland mansion they raided yesterday.
An £8million Government grant to help towards building Ely’s £30million southern by pass – pulled last summer- looks to have been restored.
A newsreader for Wisbech station KLFM has been nominated for one of the top awards in radio news.
A girl guide from Leverington is part of a campaign to protect young people from harmful and sexualised content in the mainstream media.
Two year 11 pupils bagged themselves free tickets to their school’s upcoming production and a box of chocolates after winning a design competition.
It cost £116 million to make and features a wedding scene from inside Ely Cathedral but futuristic sci fi blockbuster movie Jupiter Ascending received unenthusiastic reviews at an international film festival.
Animal sanctuary owner Kay Mitchell is refusing to hand over a dog in her care despite being told to do so by a judge on a TV show because she doesn’t think the owner is “fit to have him.”
Charges are set to rise across a raft of services at Fenland District Council after its Overview and Scrutiny Committee recommended increases set out at its meeting this week.
Two men are in custody tonight following the discovery of a sophisticated cannabis operation inside a million pound mansion in March.
A severely disabled man is badly distressed after being forced to quit his home of eight years for temporary respite accommodation.
Dreaming of far flung places was the focus of a special event designed to help people find the perfect get-away.
A new float built in memory of a fellow round tabler has helped to raise more than £6000 for local charities.
Plans for a controversial anaerobic digester (AD) at Wimblington could get the go-ahead with officers recommending approval despite massive local opposition.
A Wisbech school has benefitted from a staggering 1,000 hours of volunteering.
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 person is trapped in their car after leaving the road in Doddington.
A hospital is calling on the public to help their drive to get rid of vomiting bugs.