March resident Dan Roper joined the GB Goalball squad as they took on Europe’s best at the Middle European Goalball League (MEGL) tournament.
BBC journalist Sally Chidzoy has lost her appeal against a tribunal claim that she was victimised and harassed with the blame falling on a casual chat with a Cambs Times/Ely Standard reporter.
A man who tried to keep his ‘horrific’ sexual abuse of a young girl a secret by telling her people would think she was lying has been jailed for 17 years.
Well I expect you’ve had it up to here as they say with talking about last week’s weather.
A team of eight players from the Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club took part in a sponsored 24 hour ‘Tennisathon’ at the GB National Tennis Centre last Saturday (February 17).
The Fen Tigers goalball players earned a silver medal when they were one of four British teams who flew to Sweden to take part in a European championship tournament.
An employment tribunal which struck out a claim by a BBC journalist for speaking to a Cambs Times journalist, failed to properly consider how it would affect her evidence, an appeal court heard.
A 25-year-old man has been jailed for life after being found guilty of murdering his friend last summer.
A Wisbech woman has been banned from keeping animals for five years after she abandoned her two cats when she moved house.
A man who filmed himself raping a woman in Cambridgeshire has been jailed for six years.
It was dubbed ‘supermarket-gate’ and ended in failure after Sainsbury’s pulled out at the last moment.
A 26 year old carpet fitter has been found guilty of making paedophile photographs at the most severe level.
Nearly 100 bladed items, including swords and machetes, have been handed in to police in a county wide knife amnesty including two swords and machetes.
Amnesty bin for knives are being put out at Wisbech and March police stations as the Cambridgeshire force joins a national campaign against knife crime.
Dennis and Pamela Watson had only recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary when a collision at Three Holes near Wisbech took her life.
Two fairground workers have denied the manslaughter of a girl who died when a bouncy castle she was playing on blew away in Essex.
On the weekend of the 13th and 14th September 2014, something strange surfaced on social media. Someone reported a mysterious memorial which had been placed at the edge of Wisbech Park.
A prisoner who attacked an inmate inside Whitemoor jail, by slashing their throat with a make shift knife, carried out a chilling attack in similar circumstances six years ago, it has been revealed.
A woman has vowed she is not going away until she has had her money back from a memorial firm that closed without warning in March.