There is ‘growing concern’ over the rise in the number of fires involving e-bikes and e-scooters, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has said.
A mum has been left “extremely worried” about her son’s development after council failings meant he missed out on nursery and specialist support.
Chemical weed killing is due to start again after Cambridgeshire County Council admitted it had ‘not got it right’ on its policy.
Council told to pay mum £5,500 after daughter misses out on school for nearly a year.
Councillors in Cambridgeshire have said a lack of government funding is creating a “crisis” in the adult social care sector.
A maximum council tax rise is being considered by the county council but the authority still needs to find £2million more to bridge its funding gap.
The Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough voiced his “frustration” at the slow progress moving the Wisbech Rail project forward.
One child’s social care placement cost Cambridgeshire County Council £85,000 a week, the authority’s chief executive has revealed.
People in Cambridgeshire could face cuts to services as councillors look for ways to bridge a £ 23 million funding hole.
The cost of overly strict school uniform policies is “unacceptable” councillors have said, highlighting that one school is selling ‘branded socks’.
Potholes will get ‘personal attention’ from the executive officer overseeing highways at Cambridgeshire County Council.
Bus travel could be ‘transformed on a scale not seen anywhere else in the UK’ under plans from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
The Ministry of Justice has revealed what Christmas dinner will look like for prisoners at Whitemoor prison this year.
Building a new large reservoir near Chatteris could create a “lasting positive legacy” for the area, Fenland District Council has said.
Plans to build a new development of ‘affordable homes’ in Wisbech have been published.
Prisoners are not being prepared enough to get jobs after they are released from HMP Whitemoor, inspectors have said.
Some firefighters in Cambridgeshire are being forced to use foodbanks, a representative of the Fire Brigades Union has said.
Building a waste incinerator in Wisbech would be a “catastrophe” for the town, campaigners have said.
More than £50million will be returned to central Government that was meant to be spent on improving the energy efficiency of homes.
Unauthorised encampments have been described as a “tricky issue” by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.