A police chief who led the re-opened inquiry into the murder of Rikki Neave told his mother Ruth today that “I wanted to see you in person and look you in the eye to tell you we have done everything possible to find justice and truth”.
Up to 169 houses will be built on the former Eastfield Nursery site in Whittlesey and more than £35,000 ploughed into Lattersey Nature Reserve.
Two people have been arrested after a woman in her 20s was cut on her left arm in Chatteris High Street last night (June 20).
An expansion of March Cold Stores including a new cold storage building with plant rooms and six loading docks has been given the green light by planners.
A man who died after being hit by a lorry near Little Downham while repairing a tractor on the roadside has been named as Alvis Smith from Wisbech.
March Town boss Brett Whaley senses the buzz is back at the club – after just one pre-season training session.
The award-winning all-male troupe return to Cambridge Arts Theatre with another fresh, fun and inventive spin on a classic Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, Iolanthe.
Full of spectacularly colourful floral displays, Ely Cathedral’s long-awaited Flower Festival, Kaleidoscope of Life, has officially opened to the public.