Turners of Soham believe they have the capacity and ability to make the best of Britain’s exit from Europe.
Mayor James Palmer met with Brexit Minister Suella Fernandes to discuss the best possible outcome for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough when Britain leaves the European Union.
Women’s health campaigners are urging the Government to put patient safety at the top of their agenda in the next round of Brexit negotiations.
Two black-tailed godwits from Fenland that were among the first ever British wading birds to be released into the wild under a new conservation technique have been spotted alive and well – 1,200 miles away in Portugal.
A chess expert from Marshland St James is celebrating after being crowned Cambridgeshire’s best player – at just 13-years-old.
Steve Barclay has hailed Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s Budget as one that “delivers a Britain fit for the future”.
The once extinct ‘Britain’s loudest bird’ has had its best year in the Fens since records began according to a survey.
A landmark study shows one in ten women suffer problems after having the most commonly used mesh operation given to hundreds of patients every year on the NHS.
Road safety experts must bite the bullet at a perilous junction on the A47, a councillor has warned, after a motorcyclist died where flashing lights were installed as a cheaper fix than a roundabout.
People in March had their say on the impact of immigration on housing in Britain’s biggest public consultation on the issue.
The Government has agreed to fund Fenland District Council to crackdown on street drinking in Wisbech.
A street drinking culture in Wisbech is set to be tackled head on thanks to two projects to reduce the impact of migration on communities in Fenland.