March 8 2014 Latest news:
More than 100 students took part in their first concert in front of a sell out crowd on Wednesday.
More than 85 friends and former colleagues gathered to pay tribute to one of Fenland’s great public servants yesterday.
A woman whose car was crushed when a tree fell in strong winds has been left hundreds of pounds out of pocket after two organisations refused to accept responsibility.
It is more than 70 years since the Nazis built the death camps where six million Jews died during the Second World War.
Gates could be put up at each end of a Wisbech alley to reduce the risks of crime and anti social behaviour.
A pair of internet pranksters were labelled ‘disruptive and dangerous’ by police after filming themselves playing chicken with vehicles in a busy Ely street.
Undefeated Jordan Gill will step back in the ring next month.