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These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021
These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021

From licking feet to eating poo, the Kennel Club has answered the most Googled questions about your pooches.


Thunderstorms and torrential rain warning

02 July 2021
Thunderstorms and torrential rain warning

Thunderstorms and torrential rain warning

02 July 2021

The Met Office has warned of heavy rain and thunderstorms in the county tomorrow.


Can I turn off new emergency alerts?

22 June 2021
Can I turn off new emergency alerts?

Can I turn off new emergency alerts?

22 June 2021

Loud sirens are being triggered on mobile phones as part of testing of the country's new emergency alerts system but opt outs are available.


Wisbech woman startled by gigantic potato discovery now bringing smiles to community

04 June 2020
Wisbech woman startled by gigantic potato discovery now bringing smiles to community

Wisbech woman startled by gigantic potato discovery now bringing smiles to community

04 June 2020

The huge vegetable has been named Paddy in order to make people smile.


Wetherspoons plan to open 875 pubs safely

22 May 2020
Wetherspoons plan to open 875 pubs safely

Wetherspoons plan to open 875 pubs safely

22 May 2020

JD Wetherspoons bosses have revealed how they plan to maintain hygiene when reopening branches.


Extra cash to tackle modern day slavery

19 September 2019
Extra cash to tackle modern day slavery

Extra cash to tackle modern day slavery

19 September 2019

Extra funding to tackle modern day slavery


Appeal after woman is allegedly assaulted in March High Street

08 April 2019
Appeal after woman is allegedly assaulted in March High Street

Appeal after woman is allegedly assaulted in March High Street

08 April 2019

A March man who tried to shield his girlfriend during an alleged attack in High Street has posted a Facebook appeal to catch the alleged attackers.


Doddington mum Syrah Arnold completes charity skydive

24 May 2018
Doddington mum Syrah Arnold completes charity skydive

Doddington mum Syrah Arnold completes charity skydive

24 May 2018

Even though she's always been terrified of heights, artist and community-worker Syrah Arnold has recently thrown herself out of a plane for charity.


Celebrations as keys to 12 affordable homes in Tydd St Giles are handed over to families

23 May 2018
Celebrations as keys to 12 affordable homes in Tydd St Giles are handed over to families

Celebrations as keys to 12 affordable homes in Tydd St Giles are handed over to families

23 May 2018

Families are settling into their new homes as the keys to much-needed affordable new houses in Tydd St Giles are handed over.


New secondary school for Wisbech gets green-light from Cambridgeshire County Council

23 May 2018
New secondary school for Wisbech gets green-light from Cambridgeshire County Council

New secondary school for Wisbech gets green-light from Cambridgeshire County Council

23 May 2018

A new £23million secondary school for Wisbech has been given the thumbs-up and should be open in just two years' time.


Baby Walter Olney from Manea and his family add their voices to plea for specialist medicines to be free on NHS

23 May 2018
Baby Walter Olney from Manea and his family add their voices to plea for specialist medicines to be free on NHS

Baby Walter Olney from Manea and his family add their voices to plea for specialist medicines to be free on NHS

23 May 2018

A four-month-old baby and his family are among those petitioning the Government to make new precision medicines available on the NHS.


Wisbech Thomas Clarkson Academy serves up a first as it donates food to the homeless

21 May 2018
Wisbech Thomas Clarkson Academy serves up a first as it donates food to the homeless

Wisbech Thomas Clarkson Academy serves up a first as it donates food to the homeless

21 May 2018

Thomas Clarkson Academy has become the first school in the area to start regularly donating its leftover food to the homeless.


Councillor Peter Human takes over the job of Mayor of Wisbech from Councillor Steve Tierney

21 May 2018
Councillor Peter Human takes over the job of Mayor of Wisbech from Councillor Steve Tierney

Councillor Peter Human takes over the job of Mayor of Wisbech from Councillor Steve Tierney

21 May 2018

Wisbech has a new mayor following the annual pomp and circumstance ceremony at the town's Council Chamber on Friday.


Wisbech firm Anglia Components gives £4,000 each to two charities

21 May 2018
Wisbech firm Anglia Components gives £4,000 each to two charities

Wisbech firm Anglia Components gives £4,000 each to two charities

21 May 2018

Anglia Components has streamlined its charitable activities to give focus on two chosen local charities each year.


Bright future for Cambridgeshire with LED rollout

21 May 2018
Bright future for Cambridgeshire with LED rollout

Bright future for Cambridgeshire with LED rollout

21 May 2018

Energy-saving LED lamps are set to be installed across the county to save taxpayers thousands on electricity costs.


March blind swimmer Simon Wilkes clocks up over three miles in charity swim for Arthur Rank Hospice

21 May 2018
March blind swimmer Simon Wilkes clocks up over three miles in charity swim for Arthur Rank Hospice

March blind swimmer Simon Wilkes clocks up over three miles in charity swim for Arthur Rank Hospice

21 May 2018

Blind ‘merman’ from March was champion swimmer at Jesus Green Lido for Arthur Rank Hospice’s ‘The Big Shiver’


International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox names Wisbech Garden Town as one of 68 projects seeking overseas cash

17 May 2018
International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox names Wisbech Garden Town as one of 68 projects seeking overseas cash

International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox names Wisbech Garden Town as one of 68 projects seeking overseas cash

17 May 2018

Wisbech Garden Town is one of 68 national projects being promoted by the Government for attracting international investment.


March Committee for Children's Charity are proud to have raised over £100,000 for local good causes

17 May 2018
March Committee for Children's Charity are proud to have raised over £100,000 for local good causes

March Committee for Children's Charity are proud to have raised over £100,000 for local good causes

17 May 2018

A March-based charity is “justifiably proud” after hitting the £100,000 mark with their fundraising efforts over the past four decades.


Region is unified in calls for the Government to commit funding for dualling of A47

16 May 2018
Region is unified in calls for the Government to commit funding for dualling of A47

Region is unified in calls for the Government to commit funding for dualling of A47

16 May 2018

Representatives from Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk make united call for the Government to fully dual the A47 between Peterborough and Lowestoft.


Cambridgeshire County Council is set to introduce a new RE syllabus for the county's schools

16 May 2018
Cambridgeshire County Council is set to introduce a new RE syllabus for the county's schools

Cambridgeshire County Council is set to introduce a new RE syllabus for the county's schools

16 May 2018

hanges will be made to the teaching of Religious Education (RE) in Cambridgeshire from September when a new, more concise syllabus is brought in.


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