March Athletics Club saw one of its runners travel to Canada to take part in the country’s challenging marathon.
Cambridgeshire County Council has decided against supporting the People’s Vote campaign for the public to have a say on the final Brexit deal.
New guidelines on how to treat women suffering incontinence or prolapse do not go far enough to protect patients, campaigners warn.
An inspirational woman who lived in supported accommodation in Wisbech after coming to the UK with no qualifications - is about to start her degree in London to become a doctor.
A year since being taken hostage while carrying out medical missionary work in Nigeria, a former March GP and his wife are giving a talk about their miraculous release.
Thirty five people in Cambridgeshire have died waiting for an organ transplant in the last five years, new figures have revealed.
The mother of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague says new information has come to light that “changes everything” in the search for her son.
Mesh implants to treat incontinence are being stopped immediately in hospitals across England after the Government stepped in just days after launching a safety review.
Rugby has been in the spotlight at Wisbech Grammar School (WGS) as five sides represented the school at the National Schools Rugby VIIs competition at Rosslyn Park.
Officially opening in 1583, the University of Edinburgh has produced many distinguished characters, from Nobel laureates and Olympic champions to space explorers and prime ministers.
Nearly 300 biking enthusiasts piled into Littleport over the bank holiday weekend for a Trikes R Us convention.
A landmark auction by Cambridgeshire-based Cheffins has seen a classic tractor sold for more than £90,000 – breaking the record for the highest price paid.
The 1st XV Rugby Team at Wisbech Grammar School hailed for ‘stunning season’ – winning ten of their twelve fixtures.
A bank – jointly owned by Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and the Cambridgeshire Local Government Pension Fund – has lent £1 million to two entrepreneurs to re-develop a Scottish castle.
An urgent appeal has gone out to help find Mika the Dogue de Bordeaux who was on her way to her new owner in the Fens but slipped her lead and went missing.
Fears for the long term safety of women’s mesh implants are growing as MPs joined a three hour debate in the House of Commons where Peterborough MP Fiona Onasanya slammed their use as “horrendous”.
Thousands of women given pelvic mesh implants seek further treatment for complications, according to a Government audit out today.
Local people can enjoy some ‘fun on the farm’ at Wilderland Farm in Haddenham this weekend during a one-off event.
A hospital in Blackpool is refusing to comment on a surgeon there who is denying they use vaginal mesh implants, in a trend being seen in hospitals across Britain, where women are assured the mesh scandal is just “media hype”.
Law Fertilisers of March has opened a new fertiliser factory in Scotland.
Surgeons are denying they use vaginal mesh implants, in a trend being seen in hospitals across Britain, where women are assured the mesh scandal is just “media hype”.
SE Cambs MP Lucy Frazer has taken her first tentative steps on the Westminster career path with her appointment today as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Justice.
A further nine vehicles have been seized by the Cambridgeshire Police Rural Crime Action Team in connection to hare coursing just before Christmas.
Great British Bake Off contestant Ian Cumming has helped a tiny rail station in the Fens to lose its Great British Lack of Custom award.
Mesh is a growing global problem yet women are struggling to get the care they need if they suffer, a Parliamentary think tank heard this week.