There was a 75 per cent increase recorded in the number of people injured in fires across Cambridgeshire last year.
The number of criminals given an immediate prison sentence for carrying a knife or offensive weapon in Cambridgeshire is increasing, new figures reveal.
Hundreds of children in Cambridgeshire are not fully vaccinated against MMR, as the NHS warned vaccine deniers are gaining traction on social media.
Air pollution causes five in every 100 deaths of people aged 30 and over in Cambridgeshire, data reveals.
Six out of 10 people using the NHS Stop Smoking Service in Cambridgeshire managed to quit, according to the latest figures.
Plans to extend the M11 north of Cambridge through the Fens have "quietly died" due to lack of funding, according to a senior combined authority board member.
A Huntingdonshire councillor who caused a furore when he claimed the county council's budget was "fraudulent" now says he never intended to imply any criminal proceeding took place.
There are stark warnings the county council "can't carry on like this" as it is revealed funding for special needs education and children with disabilities is falling behind demand.
There are fears the combined authority's spending is "spiralling out of control" as it is revealed the cost of staff salaries has risen significantly in the last year.
The NHS has been given a cash boost to help ease additional "winter pressures" in the coming months.
The leading cause of road accidents in Cambridgeshire is bad drivers, figures have revealed.
Plans to build another new busway linking Cambourne with Cambridge have received a major boost after the mayor called to accelerate the project, after previously asked for it to be paused.
The situation will be "dire" unless action is taken to tackle Cambridgeshire County Council's growing hole in its budget, with fears for the impact on vulnerable people and children in the county.
There are fears Cambridgeshire could become a "dumping ground for waste from across the UK", with claims "toxic rain" will ruin farmland after plans for a new waste incinerator were given the go ahead.
Police officers in Cambridgeshire faced more than 400 assaults last year, new figures show.
The number of legally held guns in Cambridgeshire has increased significantly over the last decade.