A politician has called for a promise that the A14 works will be finished following news that a contractor working on the job has gone into liquidation.
• The Grumpster believes that a major issue with this country is its inability to turn brilliant ideas into practical solutions.
For more than two years the Cambs Times has helped catapult the vaginal mesh implant scandal into the national media arena.
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”.
MP Steve Barclay has become Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care following the latest announcements from Downing Street today.
Two families who spoke out to highlight a shortage of disabled housing in Fenland have been told to join the local resister to bid for more suitable properties.
Fenland District Council (FDC) is offering help to people that want to achieve their fitness goals and kick-start a healthier New Year.
Expected approval of 58 homes at Chatteris will include 15 affordable homes – in stark contrast to an application for 80 homes at Wisbech St Mary where developers are arguing that providing affordable homes is no longer viable.
Patients booked in for outpatient procedures at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn are being urged to still attend their appointments as normal despite the winter pressures.
A developer hoping to build 80 instead of 50 homes on a nine acre site at Wisbech St Mary also wants Fenland Council to strip away affordable housing requirements.
Surgeons have been criticised for failing to report mesh implant problems, which for years has hidden the scale of suffering, in what is being called the biggest health disaster since Thalidomide.
A Wisbech mum, who spent years fund raising for others, has died while waiting for private treatment for liver cancer.
A vaginal mesh implant was trialled on just 31 women and a few sheep before it was launched in hospitals across Britain, Panorama is set to reveal.
The new Papworth Hospital is set for completion in September next year and you can follow the £165million building process from the comfort of your own home.
A care company is creating 25 jobs after being been chosen to help support people being discharged from hospital.
A centre that offers a safe haven to deal with survivors of sexual assault is celebrating its first year.
Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil Cesca Brindley, a journalism student at Strathcylde University, takes an in depth look at the vaginal mesh implant scandal.
Campaigners are celebrating after health chiefs in the UK and Australia announced vaginal mesh implants to fix prolapse are to be banned.
Vaginal implants to fix prolapse should be banned according to a ruling by a watchdog body that the NHS look to for guidance on healthcare.
Sling The Mesh made it to the budget speeches in Parliament this week when MP Emma Hardy spoke of the Government’s short sightedness on the vaginal mesh implant scandal.
Six inspirational women are sharing their stories of life after breast cancer to show the positive side of recovery for others going through the same journey.
Steve Barclay has hailed Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s Budget as one that “delivers a Britain fit for the future”.
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.
Chancellor Philip Hammond unveiled his Budget promising to invest in technology, provide further funding for devolved authorities, business and the NHS and to continue restoring the public finances.
The Prime Minister’s official home at 10 Downing Street is the next step in our Sling The Mesh campaign when women hold a ‘virtual rally’ in the capital.
A student at Neale Wade Academy is being treated for tuberculosis and their close friends tested.
A health trust in Cambridgeshire has refuted suggestions that hundreds of children have been ‘rejected’ mental health treatment in the county.
Women suffering mesh problems are costing the NHS a fortune in medication for pain and infections as well as countless GP appointments, A&E admissions scans and tests.
The NHS have duped thousands of women into believing the most common incontinence mesh operation is safe, by not adding loss of sex life into its risk figures, campaigners say.
Campaigners say the Government are putting women’s lives at risk by refusing to suspend controversial vaginal mesh operations.