A jury at Cambridge Crown Court has heard how a dog walker come across the body of Sam Mechelewski at Hinchingbrooke Country Park and thought it was someone sleeping
Murder victim Sam Mechelewski was beaten around the head with a baseball bat, stabbed in the neck and left for dead at a country park, Cambridge Crown Court has heard today (Thursday).
“We are already at a crisis point with waste, so it is about realising that we can make a change and empower others.”
A record number of volunteers who put pride in their communities and help make Fenland a cleaner, greener place for all to enjoy have been recognised at a special award ceremony.
A bid to turn a troubled March store – fined for selling illicit tobacco – into a fish and chip shop has been rejected because of fears the town centre would have too many restaurants.
A cash pot of thousands has been shared among local charities thanks to the Tesco bag scheme.
Pumpkins from the Fens will be filling the shelves at Tesco stores across the country thanks to a bumper crop.
The victim of an unprovoked attack has told how he was left with a broken jaw and teeth smashed out when he was knocked unconscious in an alleyway in Peterborough.
Changes to the Wisbech Tesco bus service will come into effect next week.
Shoppers with trolleys overflowing, queues snaking around the aisles and eager customers waiting outside at 3am was the scene at Jack’s in Chatteris today.
A media frenzy surrounded the sneak preview of Tesco’s new value supermarket, Jack’s, when it opened for journalists in Chatteris, a day ahead of the public launch tomorrow.
The official launch of Tesco’s new discount store Jack’s is happening in Chatteris today.
Back by popular demand, East Cambs Careers & Skills Fair is returning to Ely Cathedral on October 9.
A video showing the progress made on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade over the summer months has been released.
A sensory play area could become reality for students at a Littleport school if they are chosen as the community cause to receive funding in the Tesco bags of help scheme.
TWO women who robbed a shop in Eynesbury armed with a knife and a BB gun have been jailed.
Dozens of jobs are up for grabs in Cambridgeshire as the unemployment rate nationally remains at the lowest in decades.
Tesco are advertising for a part time manager in Chatteris with talk that the store could be open by September.
A woman who threatened to stab people with a syringe in Peterborough has been jailed for six years.
A man who held a knife at a Tesco cashier in Peterborough before taking £425 from the till has been jailed for more than three years.
A fishing match in memory of a man who took his own life raised more than £1,000 for a national suicide prevention charity that works to prevent young suicide.
The co-founder of Cambridgeshire Sands group has spoken about her experiences to mark the charity’s awareness month.
A Wisbech bus re-launched last summer after a previous attempt – and £52,000 in subsidies failed – is once again under threat.
Bromswold Bike Fest - a Cambridgeshire-based cycling event - is hoping for a record turnout to help it bring its total charity fundraising effort to more than £30,000.
A community project aimed at keeping disadvantaged children and families active, fed and occupied during the school holidays has launched in Wisbech.
The Fenland Music Centre Association (FMCA) has received a £2,000 boost thanks to Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme.
It was flags and bunting at the ready as Wisbech celebrated the royal wedding in style.
A 22-year-old from Chatteris who lost confidence when she moved house has been given the strength and skills to move forward with her life due to a National Lottery-funded enterprise programme.
A volunteer community group is celebrating after securing thousands of pounds to help them create an anniversary garden in Whittlesey.
A major fire has broken out tonight at the March depot of Glazewing, one of East Anglia’s biggest commercial waste and recycling companies.