It was one of the oddest budget debates of recent times as Fenland Council couldn’t quite find the heart to deliver up a threatened three per cent rise in council tax.
New Fenland Council leader Chris Seaton has sacked two £8,500 a year cabinet members who backed him but handed the £8,000 a year scrutiny committee chairmanship to the man he defeated.
Councillors last night opted for what many regard as a safe pair of hands by voting in Chris Seaton as the new leader of Fenland District Council.
Less than a year after taking on the multi million pound housing portfolio for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, South Cambs Council leader Peter Topping has parted company with Mayor James Palmer.
Wisbech councillor Simon King is fighting for his political career after a decision was taken to refer his expenses claim to a conduct committee made up of mainly Conservative Party colleagues.
A ruthless purge by party activists has claimed another significant scalp at Fenland Hall with the de-selection of the third cabinet member in a matter of weeks.
Cambridgeshire is one step closer to having an autonomous metro system after the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority approved £600,000 for the next stage of development.
Council leader John Clark shocked colleagues tonight by resigning his position at Fenland District Council.
Fenland District Council has released a comprehensive guide to help homeowners identify, control and dispose of Britain’s most invasive plant – Japanese Knotweed.
A Fenland councillor and cabinet member facing a police investigation over his expenses was suspended by the ruling Conservative group after his offer to step down was refused.
A Dutch initiative that won a Defra award last year for making Carlisle more resilient to flooding is to help Wisbech prepare for its ambitious 12,000 extra homes garden town proposals.
Fenland Council produced its ‘end of year’ account but without the grades for the best and worst attendance record of their councillors.
If 2013 was the year of UKIP – they swept the board in Wisbech and picked up 12 of the 69 seats on Cambridgeshire County Council- that’s unlikely to happen in 2017.
Fenland District Council has won a £224,000 grant from the Government to “turbo charge” house building in Wisbech.
Flags were raised and candles lit at Fenland District Council in March as part of ceremonies marking 100 years since WW1.