A house in Benwick is constantly having puddles of water flood into the front room when it rains despite council surveyors blaming it on “damp”.
South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen will be answering questions live on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire this morning (February 21).
Four generations of the same family including a terminally ill grandmother and one-year-old child are cramped in a first floor flat in March despite pleas to be re-homed.
Council tax is set to rise by nearly two per cent in Fenland despite initial plans for a three per cent increase to meet estimated shortfalls in future years.
A brave 23-year-old from March wants to raise awareness of living with Ulcerative Colitis after surgery led to her having a stoma bag fitted.
Having spent thirty years serving my country as a soldier in places like Aden, Malaya, Borneo, Oman and Northern Ireland, I am at a loss as to what is going on.
A fundraising campaign has been launched to bring a tuk tuk to Soham to transport residents to community events and combat isolation.
A ten-year-old from Wisbech has received an award for her courage after calling for help while her mother had a stroke while driving.
A Whittlesey primary school has impressed inspectors after being praised for its “enthusiastic, strong leadership” three years since being ordered to improve.
A battle to build a house on an overgrown site in Wisbech has been won by developers after plans were refused due to crime and living conditions.
A large labrador from Emneth who struggled to walk has shed more than a third of her weight after ditching her sizeable diet.
Two people have been hurt after an explosion at a factory in Peterborough.
A woman who was killed in a collision in Cambridge yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) has been named.
It is full steam ahead for the future of community rail in Fenland after a community partnership has been relaunched with a new logo and branding.
A Moroccan singer from Wisbech who appeared on The Voice has received praise from Olly Murs for being ‘super talented’ despite failing to make it through the blind auditions.
A £2.6 million project to install traffic lights at a notorious accident blackspot in March is finally complete.
A mysterious multi-millionaire sent five Christmas cards with £200 inside to residents of Ely after picking the city randomly from Google.
Impressive skills were put on display as Fenland Gymnastics Academy (FGA), held their fifth annual extravaganza.
A talk about archaeological evidence, graffiti and personalised artefacts from Roman Britain will take place in Wisbech.
A talented nine-year-old who plays hockey in Walpole Highway has been picked for a regional tournament.
A cat that went missing in Walsoken was found inside Wisbech Castle after trekking 50 minutes from home over two months.
A March dance school held a party to celebrate the results of their exams – with 18 students awarded top level grades.
An indoor bowls club in Wisbech that has been forced out of the Hudson Leisure Centre will fold in two months unless a new venue is found.
A piece of farm machinery hit the railway bridge in Stonea prompting police to close the underpass.
A diverse line-up of Hip-Hop, R&B, House and Noughties throwbacks are set to hit Cambridge as part of this year’s Strawberries & Creem festival.
A Wisbech shop has lost an appeal to install roller shutters to protect against anti-social behaviour after more than 200 crimes in the area in two years.
More than 200 homes will be built in Leverington after a two-year battle despite fears raised by residents and in the early days by council director Gary Garford who lives nearby.
A vandal-stricken fountain in Wisbech is flowing with a new-look design after being restored.
A man who threatened his probation officer and said he would “set fire to the premises” because she wouldn’t send him to prison has been jailed.
A group of travellers have left land next to Mepal Outdoor Centre after a court order was issued.