A handful of Neale-Wade footballers are set to represent the district at the Birmingham Soccer Dome next month at the national indoor 5-a-side finals.
A Thomas Clarkson Academy student will travel to South Africa this summer for the World Indoor Netball Championships after being selected for England’s under-21s nets squad.
Greater Anglia train driver Jason Brooks who leapt into action to perform CPR on a passenger who had collapsed at Ely station has won recognition at a national awards ceremony.
Police officers, staff and members of the public have received awards for exceptional acts of selflessness, compassion and bravery.
An inquest is to be held next month into the death of a prisoner at Whitemoor who was the sixth inmate to die at the top security jail in a three year period.
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A man who ran illegal tyre recycling plants in Whittlesey which posed a fire risk to homes and transport infrastructure has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
A Wisbech-based agricultural machinery manufacturing firm has scooped the top award at a national ceremony.
Experts at a March based energy company were awarded for their work in the community by helping customers save money.
A Cambridgeshire couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary by renewing their vows at Ely registration office.
Saturday’s speedway meeting at West Row involving Fen Tigers was abandoned after two separate crashes left two riders injured and in two separate hospitals all without the first heat being completed.
Wisbech Grammar School say they have had the “best A-level results for a number of years” with a 99 per cent pass rate and 57 per cent of students achieving A* - B grades.
Outdoor British Championships (June 16, 17)
The £152,000 a year boss who headed up shared Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire county council services for the past five years picked up a £63,000 payout when he retired earlier this year.
Local speed skating team, Wisbech Inline Speed, were in Birmingham at the weekend taking part in the second of three back-to-back races held across the country.
The Shires brought Nashville to Cambridge with foot-stomping melodies and a dose of southern charm.