Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a man who has gone missing.
Bring the family to Skylark's Wildlife Week this February 2024.
Three councillors have been forced to apologise after comments made about children with special needs during a meeting that was being streamed.
If you have ever fancied treading the boards then a local am-dram group has just the opportunity you have been waiting for.
A Fenland woman who claims she was left in agony after a doctor’s surgery failed to give her an appointment has taken her complaint to the top.
A village café has made a rallying cry to the community it serves for support ahead of an upcoming planning meeting.
Organisers of a charity tractor run to celebrate Valentine’s Day and raise money for good causes were overwhelmed with its success.
A primary schoolgirl has faced the chop to raise money for a charity that helps sick children.
Entries for the Fenland Business Awards 2024 are now closed – but now the judges are set to begin the difficult task of picking our finalists.
A charity that provides emergency care to villagers has benefited to the tune of £1,206 thanks to a local organisation.
Cambridgeshire County Council is looking for entrepreneurial and enthusiastic tenants for three rural business opportunities starting this October.
Christchurch Community Centre will be the venue for an hour or two of fun later this month.
Are you thinking about entering this year’s Young Arts Open Exhibition sponsored by 20Twenty Productions CIC at Wisbech & Fenland Museum?
The following planning applications have been submitted to Fenland District, West Norfolk Borough, and South Holland District Councils.
Paying to park at our hospitals is to my mind downright wrong – or at least paying the extortionate fees they want us to pay.
A man who stabbed a teenage boy outside a Fenland restaurant has been jailed.
Cambridgeshire’s Mayor has been given the go-ahead to add an average £36 a year to council tax bills to pay for better bus services.
A man who terrified victims during a spate of burglaries has been jailed for 16 years.
Local artists, museums and festivals are among 19 organisations set to receive a share of more than £34,000.
The partner of a man killed in a crash caused by a drug driver has described the “excruciating pain” she and her daughters have suffered by his loss.