Cambridgeshire Police's Rural Crime Action Team joined forces with officers from across a host of other agencies for a day of enforcement in Fenland.
TBAP Octavia Alternative Provision (AP) Academy in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, has been rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted following an inspection last month.
Artists of the ground-breaking Anthropocene exhibition at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House will explain their creative response to climate change.
A simple bit of gardening turned into a real mystery for a Fenland family after they unearthed a wall in their back garden.
olice are currently on the scene in Wisbech where a man's body was found in bushes by the side of the road.
Tens of thousands of pensioner households in Cambridgeshire will lose their automatic entitlement to free TV licences.
Concerns over alleged electoral infringements in the May 2 elections have been lodged with the police.
Thirty years after privatisation with spiralling bills and leaks Anglian Water bosses earned £1,921,000 in 2018 - a massive 20 per cent rise on 2017.
It is now the time of the year when gardeners have been beavering away and are now enjoying the wonderful results they have achieved.
Stainless Metalcraft, part of Avingtrans PLC, has acquired Booth Industries Limited, a leading UK engineering company, for £1.8 million.
The owners of one of a town’s oldest houses could soon face legal action to bring the building back up to scratch.
A man who was caught in possession of more than 100 indecent images of children later asked his friend to wipe his computer memory, a court heard.
Police are appealing for help identifying the body of a man discovered in the River Nene in the Wisbech area on Friday (7 June).
A daughter has issued an urgent appeal for help after her dad was seriously injured in a hit and run crash at Emneth on Thursday evening.
Two fly-tippers have been convicted of illegally dumping rubbish in Fenland – including one who was caught red-handed.
It might have been rain soaked by the 57th annual Gorefield Show still attracted the crowds and the competitors on Saturday.
Rain failed to dampen spirits as hundreds of people turned out for the annual March Summer Festival parade on Saturday.
A poignant service commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings saw dozens of people attending in Chatteris yesterday (Thursday).
Residents on a Wisbech housing estate are still waiting for action on roads and pavements that have been left unfinished for nearly a decade.
Schools in Cambridgeshire face an £11 million funding shortfall in their special educational needs budget, says the country's largest education union.