A third man was cautioned over the incident, magistrates heard
College of West Anglia's Jake Mattless scored 100% in his Microsoft Office Specialist qualification to secure a place in MOS Four Nations Final.
A clean-up of Sutton St Edmund by the Pride in South Holland team has been praised.
A March family had plenty to celebrate at a recent get together at the town's Two-Ten restaurant.
Fewer than 1,000 Fenland people have signed a petition calling for the Government to revoke Article 50 and for Britain to stay in the EU.
First there were four, then there were five, five became six and by 9am this morning there eight members of the new Fenland independents movement.
A teenager has been charged with the Christmas Day assault on Chatteris man Robert 'Speedy' Lea - who is still recovering in hospital.
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Being the best at losing wouldn’t normally help win an award - yet one Chatteris man has done that after being named the town’s ‘Greatest Loser’ 2019.
Fenland District Council spends tens of thousands of pounds more on street lights compared with five years ago, figures reveal.
Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill has scored the biggest win of his career to date by lifting the Commonwealth featherweight title in London tonight.
Wisbech Men’s 3rds 0 Kettering 2’s 4 Wisbech can only look at themselves to understand how they were not ahead after a first half they dominated.
Three Counties Running Club members travelled far and wide this weekend.
March Park Rangers Under-12’s FC finished their first season in the Mid Norfolk Youth League with a ‘double’ on Sunday in Heacham.
Following on from the team’s success at the Regional Finals earlier this month, Wisbech Grammar School’s boys’ hockey 1st XI beat Gresham’s 3-2.
The TT season got underway with a bang this weekend at the Eastern Counties Cycling Association Open 10-miler near Newmarket.
Wisbech and District SR Flying Club held their presentation evening.
Local MP Steve Barclay is calling for better funding for the arts in this area following a special meeting held in March.
Harp and guitar were joined together in seasonal music matrimony at Long Sutton's Market House on Friday.
Harpist Maire Ni Chathasaigh and guitarist Chris Newman are bringing Celtic, jazz, bluegrass and baroque music to Long Sutton.
If you thought the North Pole was thousands of miles away then think again, as the magic of Christmas is much closer than that – Cambridge in fact.
The rendition of a dance classic has attracted plenty of attention online
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey