Students at a Fenland school turned yellow recently for a life-saving charity which has helped some of their own.
Allegations against him involve use of police computers.
Campaigners claim the bid to make pool a community asset is impacting on the sale price of the Empress Pool.
A town's oldest house could be made subject to a closure order - a move that can't come fast enough according to a councillor after last night's fire.
A district judge said he had a 'diabolical' record of offending
Staff, residents, relatives and the local community came to enjoy a summer fete.
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A big community fun day organised by a Wisbech dental nurse has raised a whopping £3,805 so far but that total could rise to over £4,000.
Anglian Water's Chief Executive has won the coveted Highest Rated CEO award for the second time, by Glassdoor, one of the world's largest job sites.
Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill has scored the biggest win of his career to date by lifting the Commonwealth featherweight title in London tonight.
Wisbech Tennis Club Mixed ‘A’ team had an excellent week in both leagues.
On Friday evening, Fenland Running Club’s Sally and Ian King took part in the annual Beacon Hill Solstice race.
March may have won the first team derby, but where the 4th XIs were concerned, the tables were turned – with Wisbech 4ths winning by 99 runs.
Some 60 Three Counties Running Club members took part in lots of events in very warm, humid conditions, both locally and overseas.
A highly impressive 112-run victory at The Avenue over Great Shelford keeps March Saturday 2nds on top of CCA Senior League Division 1.
North Cambs Women’s Bowling Association triumphed at North Essex for their third game of the season.
Artists of the ground-breaking Anthropocene exhibition at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House will explain their creative response to climate change.
A Chatteris charity group has put a shout out for local artists as it plans a fundraising event.
There's a chance to see the work of local photographers at an exhibition in Wisbech this week.
Wisbech-based writer Graham Sheppard hopes his first novel has the potential to be a best seller and attract local readers too.
Local MP Steve Barclay is calling for better funding for the arts in this area following a special meeting held in March.
Bodymode Running Club (Chatteris) were represented at the 39th Virgin London Marathon on Sunday by Roger Tolfree 72, from Mepal.
Delays expected to add ten minutes to commuter's journey