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Yesterday, 18:18

Machetes, guns, knuckle dusters and a phone disguised as a Taser were pulled from Fenland rivers by a man who took up magnet fishing as a lockdown hobby.

Whilst VJ Day was a cause of celebration for many, it also compounded the grief of countless families whose loved ones were lost during the Far East conflict.

Two men- one from Ely- on the run after escaping from separate prisons are not only related but were both jailed for being involved in separate organised crime gangs.

Two prisoners who escaped separately from prisons in Lincolnshire and Suffolk may be together and hiding somewhere in Cambridgeshire.

The family of an ‘amazing’ young man who drowned at Bawsey Country Park have thanked “amazing and generous” online donors after a fundraising page set up to pay for his funeral has topped the £5,000 target.


Yesterday, 17:22

Wisbech St Mary boss Stuart Beckett says his team are already fighting to improve on their fortunes as they lay down their preparations for the new season.

James Williams is hoping his Wisbech team can set the record straight against their neighbours as they prepare for the first derby of the season on Saturday.

Jordan Gill made a welcome return to his hometown as he introduced his new not-for-profit scheme to youngsters.

He knows he will not be ‘the perfect coach’, but striving towards that title is one of the ultimate aims for one of Cambridgeshire’s youngest football coaches.

Staff at the NHS and other key workers have been rewarded for their work during the coronavirus pandemic by one Fenland sports club.

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Thursday, August 6, 2020

A former BBC Radio Cambridgeshire who faced allegations of breaching coronavirus lockdown rules has joined a not-for-profit community station.

Some may still be wary about going away for a weekend - and that’s understandable in light of the current Covid-19 pandemic. But, with UK staycations on the rise this summer, Cambridge’s University Arms - which is listed among Time Magazine top 100 places to visit in the world - has everything in place to ensure guests feel safe and welcome.

Restaurants, pubs and cafes across Whittlesey have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative, which starts today.

Restaurants, pubs and cafes across Wisbech have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative, which starts today.

Dozens of restaurants, pubs and cafes across March, Chatteris, Doddington and Wimblington have signed up to the Government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ initiative - but is your favourite on the list?

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Yesterday, 11:30

Could East Anglia’s rail network be facing a new Beeching-style axe if passengers do not return to trains after the lockdown? That is the prospect being raised by national transport writer Christian Wolmar.

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