A Wisbech student who helps care for two disabled people is in the running for a competition that awards young positive role models.
Around 150 residents packed a public meeting on Friday to voice their concerns over plans to move Upwell Post Office into a village store.
Local government minister Eric Pickles has told a fellow minister to get a move on to bring the Wisbech to March rail line back into service.
A person has died in a two vehicle collision on the A1 near Wansford.
Chatteris people need to speak up now on what adult education courses or evening classes they would like to see provided in the town.
The March and Chatteris District Macmillan Cancer Support fundraising group is calling on people in the towns and villages with a little or a lot of a time to spare to help the charity.
Ever wanted to know how to spot a water vole or an otter? Then a talk later this month is just the thing.
The Fens took a battering on Sunday as high winds brought down garden fence panels and in one field destroyed an animal shelter and a row of solar panels.
Sadie Johns proved if you want to get ahead get hat when it comes to fundraising.
A man is in a stable condition in hospital after suffering a fall from height yesterday.
Members of Whittlesey’s 2nd Brownies Group have planted a special rose to commemorate Brownies throughout the world.
Ely got a battering on Sunday as high winds brought down trees, fence panels, and even a lamp post.
Joe Perry has won his first major ranking title.
Pupils got a thrill when they saw their film on the big screen.
An inquiry into the deaths of a couple who had been walking barefoot on the A47 near King’s Lynn has been closed by police who remain “puzzled” by what happened.
The entire governing body of Ely College was dissolved at a special meeting on Thursday – hours before the principal and two vice principals also announced they were leaving.
The principal of Ely College has stepped down with immediate effect – along with her two vice principals- in the wake of a damning Ofsted report.
When you watch the video, you think it must have been speeded up ... but Ciaran Brown really is that quick.
A woman has been rescued from a river in Wisbech.
Ten extra call handlers will be recruited to answer 101 calls following complaints about response times.
Inspectors have delivered a withering assessment of Ely College in a report published this week, branding the school ‘inadequate’.
A distraught bar manager is offering a £5,000 reward to find the thieves who broke into her home and stole £25,000 from her safe.
NE Cambs MP Steve Barclay has thrown his weight behind a businessman’s proposal to build 10 homes that planners say will result in “an incremental erosion of the countryside”.
Revellers may be forced to take a breath test to get into pubs and nightclubs as part of a pilot scheme to combat binge drinking.
Peterborough Cathedral has been awarded £200,000 to carry out urgent repairs to part of the floor.
Roddons are set to be allowed to make minor changes to a 21 home development which was approved a year and a half ago.
Seventeen year-old Callum Ogden triumphed at the British Open for radio controlled bangers.
Students from Thomas Clarkson Academy took part in a day-long fundraiser to help a trainee electrician who lost his leg due to cancer.
Traders who sell their cars by the side of the road risk fines of up to £2,500 if they flout council guidelines.