“Organised crime and drug dealing has not stopped during lockdown and neither have we,” - Superintendent James Sutherland,
The Trust which runs Hinchingbrooke and Peterborough City hospitals has had an overwhelming response to its ‘Letters from Loved Ones’ initiative, since it launched in April.
Teachers’ unions and the Government’s scientific advisers are still at loggerheads as to whether it is safe to reopen schools in England, but we want to know what you think.
Police are urging motorists to be vigilant following a number of handbag thefts from vehicles over the past month.
Drugs worth thousands of pounds were part of a police haul in a sleepy Cambridgeshire village after police issued eight warrants.
Traffic management plans in place to deal with the huge numbers of people expected to visit household recycling centres.
A medical director for the Trust that runs Hinchingbrooke Hospital joined the team on B14 ward at Peterborough City Hospital last week to care for patients with Covid-19.
A man who was convicted of the murder of a Sawtry schoolgirl has today been jailed for “horrific” crimes which took place in the 1980s.
The Trust that runs Hinchingbrooke Hospital is urging people to continue to visit A&E departments if they need help after seeing a sharp decline in attendance.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough branch of Age UK has produced a video to tell is coronavirus pandemic story.
“These private parking companies are as bad, if not worse, than the old clamping companies.”
Ikea says new facility will respond to “current retail trends”.
The Mick George Group is providing support for a new coronavirus testing facility in Cambridge.
A major long-term study that will track the spread of Covid-19 in the general population - including antibody testing - has been launched today.
There’s no denying the fact Captain Thomas Moore has captured the hearts and minds of a nation.
A drug dealer who was found in a caravan with a block of cocaine worth more than £10,000 and other drugs hidden in a chocolate tub has been jailed.
A man who knocked a woman unconscious and claimed it was self-defence has been jailed.
A pet cat missing for several days was discovered by staff at a recycling centre and has now been reunited with his owners, thanks to the RSPCA.
This is the latest figure according to information on the North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust website.
Fire crews across the county will soon be benefitting from a new training facility in Huntingdon following approval from councillors.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary has issued a reminder about staying at home this weekend as temperatures are set to rise.
A consultant in emergency medicine at Hinchingbrooke Hospital - who has recovered from coronavirus - has shared his story with The Hunts Post in a bid to urge the public to stay at home.
Organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival have announced that this year’s event will not be going ahead due to concerns over the coronavirus.
The Prime Minister will write to every UK household in the UK to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.
The chief executive of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce has responded to the Government’s announcement this afternoon about financial suppport for the self-employed.
Cambridgeshire police is urging people to visit national Coronavirus website pages following a significant increase in queries to its control room.
Staff at Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have been delivering emergency supply hampers to vulnerable young residents in need.
New arrangements for funerals have been put in place to meet the Government’s restrictions on social contact during the Coronavirus pandemic.
As part of a daily briefing to the media today (Wednesday) Cambridgeshire County Council has warned parents to be aware of a free school meals scam doing the rounds.
A police officer who was found to have breached standards of professional behaviour has been dismissed from the force.