A man who robbed a woman in Peterborough before assaulting another three people has been sent to jail for more than ten years.
An audience of more than 220,000 have now watched the moment a 42 year-old man from Wisbech was confronted by a paedophile vigilante group.
A man has been charged in connection with the death of two women after a car plunged into a ditch off of the Ramsey Forty Foot last week.
A transport conference was told that Fenland holds the key to unlocking the potential of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Police are reassuring the public that it will be business as usual when two protest marches take place in Peterborough this weekend.
Police are appealing for information to locate 15-year-old Mahmoud Dawood, who has been missing for almost three weeks.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has given his commitment into making the Ely North junction upgrade a priority for the Department for Transport.
A 44 year old man appeared at court charged with making explosive substances for unlawful purposes.
Members of Wisbech Lions Club went bonkers for conkers for an annual competition on Friday October 6.
A person has died this morning after they were struck by a train at Whittlesey station.
A Tina Turner tribute show is coming to the Key Theatre, in Peterborough, on October 18.
Join in the 10th anniversary celebrations at The National Festival of Railway Modelling at Peterborough Arena from October 14 and 15.
A man who travelled to Cambridgeshire in pursuit of hare coursing has been ordered to pay more than £6,000 in fines and issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order.
Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite has announced details of a multi-agency project to support young people who experience domestic abuse or sexual violence.
It was the highlight of the business year – the 2017 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards. And the most successful to date.
Mayor James Palmer has effectively declared a vote of no confidence in the Greater Cambridgeshire Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
The Historical Dance Society is organising a series of workshops titled ‘First Steps into Historical Dance’ this autumn to attract new dancers and musicians.
The Patsy Cline and Friends tribute show is coming to the Cresset Theatre in Peterborough on Thursday October 5.
Join KD Theatre Productions on a magic carpet ride when they perform traditional family pantomime ‘Aladdin’ at the newly-revamped Broadway in Peterborough this Christmas.
Construction giant Kier Group has beaten off five competitors to secure the £17 million contract to design and build the Kings Dyke improvement scheme at Whittlesey.
Mayor James Palmer indicated he favoured greater influence and powers for district councils and the possible abolition of Cambridgeshire County Council.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire moved swiftly to announce their new autumn line-up just hours after it was announced that mid morning host Paul Stainton was leaving.
Within weeks of his appointment as the £35,000 political assistant to Mayor James Palmer, the former East Cambs councillor Tom Hunt has been promoted to chief of staff – with a hefty pay rise.
Local radio presenter and broadcaster Paul Stainton is quitting the mid morning show and leaving BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to concentrate on his media and communications company.
Three sisters have made it through to the finals of a national catwalk contest.
A cross border police chase ended with a 25 year old from Murow being charged with three offences including driving while disqualified.
Over the weekend of August 25/26 a story appeared on our website about the allowances received by James Palmer, the mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
A woman who moved the body of her dead friend and left it in a park has been sentenced to two years in prison.
Inmates at Whitemoor top security jail in March were handed an extra 947 days of additional punishment last year for breaking prison rules – a whopping 800 per cent increase on 2015.
A Wisbech man has written a book about his decision to emigrate from Fiji to Britain in the 1960s with just four days notice.