A Norfolk woman is set to compete for England in the fifth annual Rollball World Cup, this time held in Delhi, India.
A former paratrooper who served on the front line in Afghanistan has helped more than 100 people change their lives after launching a body transformation bootcamp in Wimblington.
A special memorial service was held at St Peter's Church in Wisbech last weekend to commemorate the life of the town's famous Octavia Hill.
A man swindled £350,000 out of the NHS by lying about "almost everything" including having cancer and a war record exposed when colleagues discovered he bought medals off the internet, was jailed for five years.
An Ely estate agents received a visited from local time trial cyclist, Wayne Harrod, as he returned from competing in the Invictus Games.
Students and staff at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris gathered in the school's assembly hall for a service of remembrance.
A March man is among six people convicted of being members of the banned extreme right wing neo-Nazi group National Action.
A day dedicated to a Wisbech-born pioneer who helped to inspire the generation that answered the call to arms in the First World War is set to be marked with a string of celebratory events.
"We knew we would get the medals - we just didn't know in what order!" begins Wayne Harrod, a former Soham soldier who lost his leg after being hit by an 11-ton tank several years ago.
A Soham soldier who lost his leg after being hit by an 11-ton tank became a Team GB medal-winner at this year's Invictus Games