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.
Price Bailey has been appointed liquidator to the Ely publishing company Melrose Press Ltd that has gone into administration with debts approaching £500,000.
Fenland Twinning Association is looking for new people to join to strengthen its ties with Germany and Australia.
A large crowd gathered for the lighting of the city’s new beacon of peace to commemorate the end of a remarkable Remembrance Day in Ely.
“We knew we would get the medals – we just didn’t know in what order!” begins Wayne Harrod, a former Soham soldier who lost his leg after being hit by an 11-ton tank several years ago.
A Soham soldier who lost his leg after being hit by an 11-ton tank became a Team GB medal-winner at this year’s Invictus Games
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
A business man from Wicken, who has never sailed before, is among a team that won the prestigious Clipper Round the World yacht race.
A stroke sufferer who spent five months in QEH, King’s Lynn has presented £3,669 to West Raynham Ward.
A 100 year old woman, who counts cycling to Czechoslovakia in the 1950s among her lifetime achievements, celebrated her milestone birthday with a party at a Fenland care home.
A RAF Association branch joined members of the Royal British Legion at the last resting place of a Wisbech man to mark Anzac Day.
It may be 34 years on but one woman from March is gearing up to take on the London Marathon for the first time since storming across the finish line in 1984.
A woman is looking for help from residents of Wisbech to identify family members from Upwell for her family history project.
A woman who used to keep Ely Cathedral spick and span as a Martha is celebrating her 100th birthday.
The most money ever raised in a charity darts match in March is about to be banked with a total of £12,000 going to a cancer ward at Peterborough hospital..
A resident from Wisbech has been awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world and research cutting-edge solutions to important topical issues.