The countdown to one of Norfolk’s most anticipated events is almost over as Thursford prepares for the opening of the famous Christmas Spectacular this week.
Mesh implants are the third major medical device disaster in the last decade, a bioengineer has warned, as campaigners wept on hearing that the growing controversy is to be debated in Parliament.
Five musical acts will perform at March Town Hall as part of Under the Bridge 6 later this month.
A fashion graduate from Wisbech is hoping to bag as many online sales as she can after starting her own accessories business.
A Bronze Age torc - one of the largest found in Britain and unearthed by metal detectorists in a Fordham field – is to go on show to the public after Ely Museum raised £220,000 to buy it.
Around 10,000 cyclists are expected to descend on Cambridgeshire for the first of its kind in a massive cycling event with a chance to qualify for world finals.
Reginald D. Hunter will bring his ‘Some People v Reginald D. Hunter’ tour to the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Sunday May 28.
A black bee fly has been seen for the firs time in the UK in a garden in Cambridgehshire.
The decision to close down the Suffolk US Air Force base is being looked at again by EU Command.
Theresa May has called a snap election for June 8 following a surprise announcement outside Downing Street.
Flags were raised and candles lit at Fenland District Council in March as part of ceremonies marking 100 years since WW1.
East Anglia has few regrets about leaving the European Union days before Theresa May wants to formally gives Brussels notice of Britain’s departure, our major new poll reveals.
Local business man Norman Bedford operates the largest and most successful Sunday and bank holiday car boot and market in the whole of Fenland, Cambridgeshire PE15 0PE.
Widely tipped as a favourite for selection by her party, MEP Vicky Ford has decided not to seek the Tory nomination to become Cambridgeshire’s first elected mayor.
May I reply to the views expressed in the letter ‘Unstable World’ (Postbag December 2).
Richard Savage from Chatteris, is celebrating his second year as owner of publishing company, Black Velvet Seductions.
A war hero from Wisbech has been honoured for his role during the Second World War by being awarded the highest order for military and civil merits in France.