Two Girlguiding leaders have been presented with bronze Voyage Awards.
A farmer has been left reeling after a dog killed two of his sheep and injured three others during an attack on his land.
A Wisbech care home has held a meal to thank the volunteers who help out at the setting.
Parent power has been called into action at a tiny village school which is under threat of closure because of dwindling students.
A car boot sale raised more than £260 for Wisbech Rotary Club.
An exciting new chapter in the history of Wisbech Tennis Club started on Sunday.
A farmer is today counting the cost after one of his barns, containing 100 tonnes of hay bales, was burnt to the ground.
An 80-year-old woman from King’s Lynn is missing and police believe she may be in the Wisbech or Peterborough area.
A tiny village school looks set to close its doors this summer after 167 years because it has become a “concern for the local authority.”
A “sexual predator” who raped a student in a Norwich car park and admitted a series of attacks on women spanning almost 30 years has been sentenced to life in prison.
Dog owners are being warned farmers have the right to shoot a dog if it threatens the safety of livestock.
A March mum will be stepping out on a marathon challenge when she runs to raise money for children born without eyes or with deformed eyes.
Rainbows fed fish, held rabbits and stroked a bearded dragon during a tour of a pet store.
Children baked bread and sampled produce during a behind the scenes tour of a supermarket.
A two-year campaign to make a March road safer looks set to be a success with the news that a speed limit is about to be reduced.
A singing group funded by a Cambridge charity, delighted their audience when they gave their second showcase to a room packed with guests, family and friends.
People are being urged to register to vote in the general election ahead of the deadline at midnight tonight.
The sun shone over Wisbech as families poured into the town to enjoy a day of fun for St George’s Day.
Police are excavating an area of the patio outside the Royal Standard pub, in Ely, today as part of the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of former landlady Deborah Steel.
Fire crews deployed a turntable ladder and some wore breathing apparatus as they inspected a suspected electrical fire in Wisbech.
Seventy per cent of those standing for town, parish – and even one Ely city ward- on May 7 have been returned unopposed.
UKIP Parliamentary candidate Andrew Charalambous apologised today for an election flyer that used an image of a poppy.
A cold case review team looking at the murder 20 years ago of six year-old Rikki Neave has delayed publishing its initial findings because of the volume of documents it has been examining.
An efficient new method of establishing lettuce plants was among the springtime operations and innovations demonstrated for visitors to one of East Anglia’s largest salad growers.
Police and paramedics are at the scene of a collision on the A47 Wisbech bypass.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a robbery from Betfred bookmakers in Peterborough
The tasty bangers were feared lost when David and Christine Williams decided to close the family butcher’s earlier this year after 107 years of trading.
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A birthing pool room in Queen Elizabeth Hospital has been given a facelift.