A care home for older people could be closed, with bosses saying the rooms are no longer fit for purpose and, with beds empty, the running costs are becoming too high.
In our first article back in October 2012, we focused on the concerns of the taxi industry locally that FACT may have been operating outside the comprehensive and expensive licensing regimes imposed on taxi and private hire drivers and operators.
A million illegal cigarettes with a street value of £500,000 and a large amount of cash were seized in a series of raids in King’s Lynn yesterday (June 28).
Mayor James Palmer re-iterated his opinion that “it beggars belief” that much of the A47 remains single carriageway.
A vital link bus that been granted a temporary reprieve until the end of summer, must be secured with a long term plan, say campaigners.
Dozens of motorists tried to cross the flooded A1101 Welney Wash Road after no action was taken to close it as highways bosses failed to pick up a warning from the Environment Agency (EA).
The new leader of Fenland Council admitted proposals for a £180 million in Wisbech “came as a bit of a surprise even to us”.
Secret talks were held more than a year ago about the possibility of building an incinerator in Wisbech, we can reveal today.
A primary school has been forced to close for a “deep clean” following reports of mass “pupil sickness”.
Villagers are bracing themselves for weeks of disruption after heavy rains have flooded the Wash Road at Welney.
Heavy rain has increased the likelihood of the main road through the Fens – the A1101 at Welney – being closed in the coming days.