Rev Wilbert Awdry wrote 13 of his popular children’s books at The Old Vicarage in Emneth between 1953 and 1965.
A driver who ignored the stay at home message and went out for a spin in their car while under the influence of alcohol has been arrested.
MP Steve Barclay says he has been given assurances that closure of the minor injury units at Doddington and Wisbech – revealed earlier today - are only temporary.
Police have slammed an intoxicated driver for “taking a ventilator bed away from someone who might need it” after they crashed their car in Wisbech.
A teenager has been taken to hospital after suffering serious injuries in a road collision.
Bosses at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn have confirmed they have now had 22 confirmed coronavirus cases - and are expecting peak demand to come between April 11 and 17.
A driver was arrested for being four times the legal limit in Wisbech St Mary.
A patient has been discharged from a Norfolk hospital after recovering from coronavirus.
A youth worker and kickboxing instructor from Wisbech has been nominated for a national LGBT award.
A Norfolk councillor was dragged out of a Tenerife swimming pool by police after refusing to obey coronavirus quarantine restrictions.
Two patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, who both tested positive for coronavirus, have died.
A driver has been rushed to hospital with suspected serious injuries after a car and van collided on a junction and both landed in a ditch.
A college is closing its campus and will teach its students online from Monday.
Relatives and loved ones of residents in the Rose Lodge care home in Walton Road have been asked to stay away for the time being.
A chief nurse has admitted the fight against coronavirus is the biggest challenge she has seen the NHS face in her 35-year career as she vowed staff would do their best to keep patients and themselves safe.
Theatres in and around Cambridgeshire are beginning to shut their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A lorry driver ploughed into a broken down van on the A47 killing the driver, who was sitting inside the vehicle, a court heard.
Three people have tested positive for coronavirus at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, the first confirmed cases in the county.
A motion has been passed in support of the WisWin anti-incinerator campaign – just a day before a public meeting is held to discuss the proposals.
Protestors against a proposed ‘energy from waste’ incinerator staged their second rally in recent weeks in Wisbech today.