An online trader had thousands of pounds worth of goods seized by trading standards officers following a tip off from the port authorities about unsafe Chinese goods .
Runners from March Ahtletics club scooped prizes in the Thorney five mile race.
A politician has slammed a price hike on season rail tickets from Ely to London that she says is rising faster than people’s wages.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man who is wanted by police.
The Hudson Indoor Bowls Club Wisbech is opening it’s doors to welcome all players with a chance for people to look around if they have not been before.
A Tydd St Giles team recently took part in a longest day charity 72 hole golf event for cancer charities.
A railway worker avoided being hit by a 100mph train within just three seconds in a near miss at Peterborough.
A man who burgled a house in Peterborough armed with acid and a metal bar has been jailed.
A Whittlesey woman is joining a charity walk in London in memory of her brother who died of bowel cancer at the age of 30.
A Go Fund Me campaign has been launched for an emaciated dog, found wandering alongside a railway line, after vets found badly healed broken bones that need a special operation to fix it.
The popular annual Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club’s road run saw around 180 vehicles spanning generations take part.
A March woman who braved the shave to raise money for a cancer charity says it is very liberating to get rid of her hair.
Players travelled to March from across the country to take part in a rugby match to raise money for Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
A March Slimming World consultant is celebrating after being recognised for her exceptional work supporting people in the Fenland area to achieve their dream weight.
A couple from Wisbech, who have raised vital funds for the Macular Society have won one of the leading sight loss charity’s top national awards.
Two brothers are raising awareness of the hidden secret of domestic abuse after their dad shot dead their mum and sister in the car park of Spalding leisure centre before turning the gun on himself.
Follow a meandering private driveway to the top of a hill to find Tewkesbury Park hotel, then take a moment to make a slow 360 degree turn to admire the beautiful panoramic views this family-run hotel has to offer.
A starving stray dog, found wandering at the side of a railway line covered in tar, has been called Brewster in a naming competition to help raise funds for his care.
Ely Cathedral will fly a rainbow flag to celebrate the city’s first ever Pride festival this Saturday (August 11).
Comic Jim Davidson comes to Hunstanton this weekend to tell it like it is in his no-holds barred night of laughs.
A special cinematic screening to mark the upcoming centenary of the legendary composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein, is coning to Ely Cathedral.
Sweltering temperatures have triggered another health warning in Cambridgeshire with people urged to take extra precautions in the coming days.
Two flats are being prepared for Syrian refugees as part of renovation work to turn the former police station into a new hub for Whittlesey town council.
Old School rave comes to Isleham to raise money for a charity that supports bereaved young people across the UK.
Fenland is one of the minority areas where rental properties are becoming more affordable, bucking the trend for rental costs outpacing income rises across the country.
History came to life in Wisbech with a re enactment of the days of the elite fighting force, the Knights Templar.
A rare breed dog, found by railway workers emaciated and covered in tar, has prompted a competition to find him a name to help raise funds for his vet bill.
The wife of a convicted paedophile plans a campaign to help others after she said her husband was “stitched up” by witnesses and a police officer who “lied in court”.
Volunteers are needed to give assemblies to school children across the Fens in a project spearheaded by the NSPCC.
Fenland District Council has once again been awarded a customer service excellence standard.