The Conservative leader of Peterborough City Council has been chosen as statutory deputy mayor of the area's Combined Authority.
Conservative leader says plans for development in south east of the county were “probably the main reason” his party lost seats.
Switching homes to low-carbon heating will be the “biggest challenge” for Cambridgeshire to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
Tories want more detail before making a decision on whether to back plans to make Fens a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Cambridgeshire looks set to miss out on millions of pounds previously agreed for affordable housing in the area.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough look set to receive 20 per cent less funding for highways maintenance from the government this year.
Cambridgeshire County Council is backing calls for compulsory registration of children whose parents choose to have them educated at home.
In May 2021 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough will go to the polls to elect a mayor for the next four years.
Local government in the county is “massively muddled" and costs about £20 million more than the area needs, says Cambridgeshire's mayor.
Cambridgeshire schools claim their allocation of laptops for remote learning during the pandemic is “insufficient”.
The monthly number of people admitted to hospital with a confirmed case of Covid-19 has tripled in the East of England.
The “big challenge” created by the pandemic for Cambridgeshire County Council’s finances will be next year, its chief finance officer has said.
Concerns have been raised over the future funding of Cambridgeshire’s affordable housing programme after the government questioned progress.
Cambridgeshire’s economy is going to be “hit hard” by the pandemic, with councils at “significant financial risk,” warn finance officers.
Cambridgeshire County Council has voted overwhelmingly to oppose plans for a “mega incinerator” in Wisbech.
Cambridgeshire County Council leader promises to look into action after shocking new figures reveal the extent of child malnutrition.
Cambridgeshire’s councils have estimated the pandemic may cost them more than £100million collectively this financial year.
More than 230 people were discharged to care homes from North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust hospitals in March and early April without virus test.
Less than half of primary school students called back under the government’s reopening plans have returned to the classroom in Cambridgeshire.
The number of care homes in Cambridgeshire reporting outbreaks of Covid-19 is higher than the national average.