A back bench revolt forced Fenland Council to abandon its plan to bring in tough new policies to crack down on rogue landlords in Wisbech.
A £13,500 grant to Ely and Soham Association of Community Transport (ESACT) has been put on hold pending the outcome of a county council inquiry.
A senior director of Fenland District Council has been confirmed as the new £130,000 chief executive of Welwyn Hatfield Council.
A 13-year-old boy was taken to hospital today after he was attacked and robbed of his Suzuki off road bike in Wisbech.
Photos have emerged dispelling earlier reports that a van driver catapulted across to safety across a Fen river – he didn’t and the van sunk.
A pilot scheme to encourage restaurants in Littleport to offer healthier options has been acclaimed a success and is to be rolled out in Ely.
More than £11,000 was raised via a charity auction for Cambridgeshire Mind, the mental health charity, by Cambridge-based semiconductor IP company ARM.
Dogs, search and rescue teams and members of the public combed a vast area of woodland, forest and farmland around Barton Mills yesterday as the hunt for Corrie McKeague continues.
A student at Witchford Village College says he was “thrilled” after receiving a letter from HRH The Duchess of Cambridge’s Private Secretary thanking him for the school’s charity colouring books.
The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP (GCGP) has defended itself – and its spending in Fenland – in a statement issued to counter what they feel are unfair criticisms by MP Steve Barclay.
Council leader James Palmer pulled off a remarkable first round victory today to win the Conservative nomination to contest the May election to become the first mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The leader of Cambridgeshire County Council has added his voice to criticism of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Allegations of child sex abuse within football clubs in Cambridgeshire now involve 30 alleged victims according to the chief constable.
The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership has been accused of using taxpayer-funded incentives to encourage a firm to move to a site which its chairman’s company is building.
Soham based Affinity Cheer and Dance shook their pom poms at the competition to win 16 first places at a national competition.
Journeys in the Fens could be made easier with plans for a bigger roundabout junction at Guyhirn.
Lib Dems selected a pro Remain candidate to fight the May election for the newly created £70,000 role as mayor of Cambridgeshire.
March Town have confirmed that Mel Mattless and Roy Brand will continue as the Hares’ managerial team next season after the duo guided them to an impressive 1-0 success over Diss Town on Saturday.
The former Beehive pub, one of the oldest and most distinctive buildings in Welwyn Garden Gity, reopened as a restaurant on Saturday.
After a sorry start to the season, the Wisbech Wildcats are finally firing on all cylinders.
The former Ukip leader headed straight over to the Kings Arms from Heathrow
A “glamorous” ceremony with the Redbridge Mayor and Ilford North MP saw Redbridge Primary School open its new modern building.