St Neots man Kai Nazir has been found guilty of murdering Chris West and attempting to murder his friend Daniel Berryman following a trial at Cambridge Crown Court.
A five-year-old boy from Manea is to cycle three-and-a-half miles to raise money for a girl who needs a life-saving operation.
The two men accused of murdering Sam Mechelewski in Hinchingbrooke Country Park have denied the charges against them.
Two police officers were injured when fleeing drug suspects crashed into their car in Littleport.
Fenland Twinning Association has bid ‘auf wiedersehen’ to its German friends following their visit to the district.
Stylish suits and posh frocks with plenty of sparkle were the order of the day on July 6 for the Year 11 students at Neale-Wade Academy in March.
A boat that has been lived on by a homeless man in March has been hoisted out of the River Nene and put into storage along with his possessions.
The Church of England is to send a ‘hit’ squad into the Fens to encourage people back to church.
A couple from Wisbech that has raised almost £10,000 for the Macular Society has been shortlisted for a national charity award.
A fresh appeal has been launched to trace a wanted man who has links to West Norfolk and Fenland after he breached the terms of his prison license and failed to appear at court.
A tabby cat – who went on a tour of Cambridgeshire in the back of a works van – has been reunited with her owner.
Young people in Cambridgeshire are being exploited by criminal gangs, which are using them as “drug mules” to bring illegal substances into the county.
As part of MP Steve Barclay’s work to encourage reading during the school holidays, his office has raised over 2,000 new books for Year 4 children which are in the process of being distributed throughout North East Cambridgeshire.
Community charity Groundwork Cambridgeshire & Peterborough is running play sessions for parents and children in Whittlesey over the school holidays.
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.
Four Fenland bus services, including the ‘vital’ 46 which runs between Wisbech and March, are to be saved until April 2019.
Fenland’s finest brass and jazz bands are to perform a series of outdoor summer concerts in March’s West End Park.
400 guests gather on back lawn
The 23rd anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide was marked with a remembrance event outside Barking Town Hall on Wednesday.
Test Match Special veteran delights crowd at match raising funds for Royal Anglian Regiment Benevolent charity.
DAGfest, the annual festival celebrating Barking and Dagenham’s creativity, is over for another year.
Newham pupils staged their own World Cup in Stratford for a special tournament promoting peace.