A disabled couple, who fostered kittens for an animal charity, are appealing for help to find their much loved missing cat Bikkit after what they say has been a disastrous year.
Can you help this Wisbech woman reunite with her Christmas reindeer car antler? She woke up to the devastating sight of her previously festive Peugeot left antler-less.
A Wisbech mum, who spent years fund raising for others, has died while waiting for private treatment for liver cancer.
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.
The Littleport Christian Spiritualists church will see out 2017 with its final service of the year, celebrating Christmas with its ‘Winter Warmer’.
Anglian Water has been named as the second-best employer in the UK in an annual list – beating social media behemoth Facebook.
Tributes have been paid to a former teacher who was killed in a crash near Haddenham last week.
Three students – still wearing their Thomas Clarkson Academy uniforms – risked serious injury by tampering with a village Christmas lights display.
Festive spirit was alive and kicking in Chatteris when hundreds turned out for the annual countdown to the town’s official lights switch on ceremony.
Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil Cesca Brindley, a journalism student at Strathcylde University, takes an in depth look at the vaginal mesh implant scandal.
A Wisbech man is running a raffle to win a quad bike to help raise money for his dad’s funeral.
A 43 year old Wisbech man was arrested by police following a sting by an online paedophile hunter group.
A March family’s festive dance has gone viral for a national Christmas campaign after they were picked by talent spotters online.
A home owner thanked villagers for their generosity after his Wimblington home was gutted in a fire last night (November 27).
Cambs Times reporter Kath Sansom described last night’s Twitter ‘storming’ of 10 Downing Street as “the beginning of the end” in the bid to get a public inquiry into surgical procedures involving mesh implants.
A stolen Range Rover was used in an attempted ram raid at a Burwell service station in the early hours of today.
Fenland Council’s enforcers have been busy this week – but it seems they’ve been caught out by an eagle-eyed member of the public.
Wisbech & District Chamber of Commerce is holding its first ever Christmas window competition this month.
Staff at RSPCA Block Fen are making a desperate plea to find adorable Stanley, who was found alone, underweight and scared, dumped next to a play park, a loving new home.
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 bus driver was left red faced after reversing into another bus in Wisbech.
A rescue centre in the Fens that cares for hedgehogs has released some timely tips on caring for them.
The history of men who served in the first world war is being compiled for a village Facebook page as a timely reminder to hold those in our thoughts who served our country.
A driver escaped injury after losing control of his car as it left a Fenland road and rolled over several times.
Contractors hired by Fenland District Council have been accused of destroying hedges and damaging paths in March.
Tina Butcher was scanning through Facebook when she saw the news. The campaign she had dedicated her life to, after the death of her son Jamie, had been won. They had listened. It was over.
A man was left bloodied, in need of stitches and with a black eye after his family say he was attacked in Sainsbury’s March car park.
They’re paid an extra £5,000 a year and their appointments have been heavily criticised by opposition councillors,
The drivers of two cars involved in a collision on a Fenland road last night escaped unhurt – and both were given a lift home by police.
The leader of Cambridgeshire County Council has made a plea to the Government for a fairer funding deal which he says would give this area an extra £15m funding.