A reward of £5,000 is being offered by Crimestoppers for information on the whereabouts of a man who is wanted on suspicion of attempted murder in Cottenham and for a breach of court bail.
Women suffering mesh complications are being urged to refer themselves to new NHS treatment centres - but in a bitter twist, nobody can guarantee they are competent.
Women have been cast aside with a distressing lack of support and treatment options after the door shut for referrals to London’s lifeline mesh removal surgeon Suzy Elneil.
The scale of suffering in the mesh implant scandal has been called shocking by the woman who has spent six months touring the UK to speak to people affected.
More than sixty homes in Cambridgeshire still hold a black and white TV license, new figures have revealed.
A Premier League referee came to Whittlesey to inspire young people and take part in a football festival.
A 12-year-old from Whittlesey has been awarded gold in a worldwide karate and kickboxing event.
A manager of a Marshland St James care home has won a national award for her “incredible dedication” out of more than 1,500 nominations from across the UK.
Circus skills and magic fused for a day of family entertainment at a popular Fenland camp site.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
Jordan Gill insists his date with destiny can’t come soon enough.
A mother-of-three from Wisbech St Mary who has been a biker for more than 30 years is now ‘doing it for the girls’ by topping the racing charts around the UK.
Recorded knife crimes have more than doubled in Cambridgeshire over the last five years, reflecting a national rise in stabbings.
The missing 13-year-old Tyler Parmar-Andrews has been found say Derbyshire Police.
Two Fenland women with personal connections to the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech will be going the extra 26.2 miles to raise funds for the charity-funded service.
Chatteris fighter Jordan Gill burst into the big-time tonight – by passing the toughest test of his career.
If you happened to pass through the Imperial War Museum in Duxford last week, you would’ve been able to catch Matthew Bourne’s one-off RAF inspired dance.
People living in Whittlesey and four surrounding villages are being asked to help decide how the area will develop in the future at a special workshop.