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"Working to build trust, understand community needs and solving local problems" are some of the things that 30 new neighbourhood officers will be doing to help prevent crime across Cambridgeshire.

A family of tractor fans from the Fens scooped another award at this year's Haddenham Steam Rally and Heavy Horse Show.

A well-known dog owner, who has more than 9,000 followers on social media, has been nominated for a top award.

Knife crime offences in East Cambridgeshire have more than doubled in the past two years - but there's been one less in Fenland.

A man died after a car crashed into a tree on the B1043 near Godmanchester.

Sport

Thu, 10:46

Manager Seb Hayes saw Wisbech Town collect a first Northern Premier League South East Division victory of his reign - then demanded they get better!

Winners were commended at the Alexandra Road Bowls Club in Wisbech as play took place on a sunny day.

It was a sensational start to the new swimming season for March Marlins Swimming Club at the Senior Fenland League gala.

Wisbech Town were left rueing missed opportunities and unfortunate decisions in their FA Cup First Round Qualifying tie with Hitchin Town on Saturday.

Having started my personal 'Road to Wembley' in Cornwall, watching Clevedon Town beat Saltash United 2-1 in an extra preliminary round tie on August 10, I was forced to miss the next stage, in a sense of not being physically present at a match.

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Yesterday, 13:44

The London African Gospel Choir will perform Paul Simon's Graceland at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday September 21.

An ocean of musical bohemia cascaded over Saffron Hall this week.

Just as unnervingly creepy and frighteningly menacing as before, Pennywise the Clown returns to deliver edge-of-your-seat scares in the second chapter of Stephen King's re-imagined IT series.

A new play which follows General Matthew Hopkins as he tours East Anglia for witches is coming to East Cambridgeshire.

Stretham Old Engine is the last survivor of what was once a collection of over 100 steam-powered pumping stations in the south of the Fens; a dedicated group of volunteers intends to ensure it remains open.

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