A councillor criticised Fenland planners for their recommendation to refuse the demolition of the freezer centre in March and replace it with a four-storey block of 34 flats with underground parking for 10 cars.
A town councillor sacked for being lazy has hit back at the Conservative group that ousted him.
It was a rescue mission like no other to get the grey BMW from out the river in Sutton Bridge on Friday (March 16).
A car has been seized by police after ‘numerous reports’ of it being driven dangerously in March and Chatteris.
Council bosses have been nominated for awards for their approach to tackle drought damaged roads - as potholes remain littered across the county.
Women’s health campaigners are urging the Government to put patient safety at the top of their agenda in the next round of Brexit negotiations.
An event celebrating musical memories from the 60s, 70s and 80s is coming to the Wisbech Horsefair next week.
A dedicated army of volunteers who give up their time to help others have hit an amazing milestone – clocking up 50,000 hours between them to help make the county a better place.
Five East of England civil engineering projects have been added to a list of 200 projects that shaped the world.
The Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, James Palmer, has added his support to the A47 Alliance Campaign to upgrade the key route through the north of East Anglia.
A driver was taken to custody following a breath test reading of more than double the limit after his car crashed and ended up perched on its side in Peterborough.
A man was left with a black eye and bruising to his face and head after an assault in Peterborough.
Hard-working staff from the NHS are being treated to baskets of fruit from an Ely supermarket as part of a healthy new initiative.
People in the Fens who live with, or are affected by, diabetes will get the chance to have their say on how the condition is managed locally at a public event next month.
Two doctor’s surgeries in March could join forces but only after the views of patients and staff have been gathered.
Nominations are invited to celebrate people who go the extra mile to support family, friends and clients.
Pupils in Whittlesey had a visit from the town’s mayor who presented certificates to those who had participated in ‘fun football sessions’.
Talented residents showed off their skills to raise more than £12,000 for the Mayor of Redbridge’s appeal supporting two hospices.
East London slipped to a 34-17 London Three Essex defeat in the proverbial game of two halves at snowy Braintree.
Exmouth suffered another disappointing away day defeat when they went down at Weston-super-Mare, beaten 29-21 in Somerset.
A former mill looks set to be demolished to make way for nearly 30 homes in Manea.