Budding journalists of the future took to the airwaves on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire as they became news hounds for the day.
Norfolk Symphony Orchestra will bring the colours and sounds of French impressionist music to St Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn on Sunday March 25.
A Blue Peter badge has been earned by a pupil from Tilney All Saints Primary School.
A woman watching the latest Fifty Shades of Grey movie collapsed during a screening at the Light cinema in Wisbech and was attended by topless ushers until paramedics arrived.
Last week we marked 100 years since some women (those over 30 and with certain property qualifications) won the right to vote.
An employment tribunal which struck out a claim by a BBC journalist for speaking to a Cambs Times journalist, failed to properly consider how it would affect her evidence, an appeal court heard.
Huntingdon Male Voice Choir will be performing at Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday February 17.
Locally-born concert pianist Warren Mailley-Smith returns to Ely Cathedral for the biggest and most varied Ely Valentine’s concert yet next weekend.
A Soham woman in her 90s, who is both deaf and blind, waited 11 hours for an ambulance after falling over at her home.
BRIT Award nominated Paloma Faith will return to Standon Calling this summer to headline the Hertfordshire festival.
BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow will be celebrating the great British seaside as it heads to Cromer Pier for the first ever time this spring.
‘Houston we have a problem’ admitted county councillor Bill Hunt, vice chairman of the county council highways and community infrastructure, when he offered a public apology today for the number of potholes across Cambridgeshire.
He ruled the airwaves – on local radio at least – for 26 years and his acrimonious departure last year shocked and dismayed his loyal listeners.
A wildlife conservation charity, Froglife, was joined by students from Sir Harry Smith Community College to build a communal wildlife area in the Whittlesey allotments.
The European Union Chamber Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra will perform the last two dates of the 2017/18 Cambridge classical concert series.
A vaginal mesh implant was trialled on just 31 women and a few sheep before it was launched in hospitals across Britain, Panorama is set to reveal.
Joe Perry says he is pleased with his current form after he booked his place in the fourth round of the UK Championship.
An artist and loving grandmother who spent 30 years of her life living on Hill Street in Wisbech has passed away aged 95.
An Ely business said they were “honoured” to be asked to help the BBC with the re-building of the Mildenhall home of attack victim Simon Dobbin.
Famous rapper and beatboxer Conrad Murray visited a Chatteris school to give a workshop on Friday.
Dozens of FACET students spent this morning perfecting their Pudsey Bears as the charity college for adults with learning difficulties raised money for BBC Children In Need.
Pupils from All Saints Inter-Church Academy in March have raised over £200 for Children In Need this morning (November 17) by covering a giant Pudsey Bear in coins.
Pupils at a March primary school switched up their socks in a bid to stop bullying this week.
Chief constable Alec Wood has come under fire for judging a children’s drawing competition – days after saying that a Fenland officer posing for Halloween photos was a poor use of police time.
A house in Soham has been covered in Christmas decorations since September and there’s still more to be added.
A recent BBC Antiques Roadshow featured the story of how an Ely man gave Queen Mary a lift to Cambridge. But there is more to the story than they - or the family –knew. Here is MIKE PETTY’S version.
A former BBC Food Personality of the Year winner is to host an Indian banquet at Wisbech Grammar School next week.
With a splendid super food salad starter (that included kale, pomegranate, cous cous, orange, melon seeds and beetroot) the scene was set for a fabulous dinner.
The sight of a 300kg pumpkin grown in Chatteris has helped to raise £750 for a children’s charity.
It was the highlight of the business year – the 2017 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards. And the most successful to date.