September 16 2014 Latest news:
Fenland firefighters raised more than £800 after soaping up their sponges for The Fire Fighters Charity national car wash.
Fire union chiefs spoke of their anger as it emerged the cost of a failed plan to merge the East of England’s fire control centres has now cost taxpayers nearly £10million – and is continuing to rise.
A doorway to the past was opened across Fenland when a host of venues took part in the National Heritage Open Weekend.
The two men who were arrested in connection with the death of Alisa Dmitrijeva, were named at an inquest for the first time today.
A March businesswoman is raising money for charity by taking part in the race for Life Pretty Muddy challenge.