Having spent thirty years serving my country as a soldier in places like Aden, Malaya, Borneo, Oman and Northern Ireland, I am at a loss as to what is going on.
A prisoner who escaped after the keeper forgot to lock the gate at Wisbech Castle will be the subject of a talk coming to the town.
They may have met at school in the 1950s but their love is still young at heart 60 years on for this couple from Mepal who celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary.
It took just one week for reporter Harry Rutter to master the French ski slopes as he took “the trip of a lifetime” this year.
The chairman of new Brexit Secretary’s North East Cambridgeshire constituency association tonight welcomed his promotion – but in the same interview felt it was time for the prime minister to go.
A family are remembering a great uncle who was among the thousands who died in the closing weeks of the First World War.
Cambridgeshire’s servicemen who died on the battlefields of Belgium and France during the First World War have been remembered at a ceremony in Ypres, Belgium, attended by Euro MP Alex Mayer.
Lib Dem Cllr Susan van de Ven called on the council today (October 16) to support a “people’s vote” on the terms of Brexit, with the possibility of remaining in the EU if it was decided leaving would be a bad idea.
The world’s worst spy returns in Johnny English Strikes Again, but this time the threats are technologically daunting and the villain a billionaire cyber attacker.
In this week’s column, Peter Sharkey looks at what impact a rising life expectancy has on your savings.
Three action-packed days at the Ely Eventing Centre drew to an exciting close with a star-studded final day of competition at Little Downham.
A Fen family are remembering the 100th anniversary since their great uncle died fighting in France in the First World War.
This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe – and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension
Members of the Chatteris branch of The Royal British Legion joined thousands on a pilgrimage of Remembrance to World War One battlefields in France and Belgium.
A special service to commemorate a truly great Fen hero took place in Guyhirn.
• The countdown has begun to the Grumpster holiday.
A number of vintage vehicles will be up for grabs at another Cheffins Cambridge Vintage Sale in Sutton on Saturday (July 21).
A former Cambs Times reporter who now lives in France has written an unforgettable tail about her Leonberger puppy.
A RAF Association branch joined members of the Royal British Legion at the last resting place of a Wisbech man to mark Anzac Day.
Insolvency specialists Grant Thornton has posted an update on their attempts to unravel the affairs of an Ely company that went bust a year ago with multi million pound debts and nearly 300 creditors.
Fears for the long term safety of women’s mesh implants are growing as MPs joined a three hour debate in the House of Commons where Peterborough MP Fiona Onasanya slammed their use as “horrendous”.