The two aircraft appeared to merge on the radar screen and were less than 200ft apart.
Town council recommended approval but Fenland planning officer's wanted Clarion Housing's application refused.
Home Office data shows£63.4 million in funding for Cambridgeshire Constabulary is from council tax bills in 2019-20 – up from £55.6 million in 2018.
This weekend sees a charity football match being held in memory of a Wisbech man killed in a head-on collision last year.
Road closure in place as fire crews from three counties tackle fire affecting farm buildings, straw and machinery.
The 25-year-old bombarded the woman with constant texts and calls as well as turning up unannounced at her home and work.
He had carried out internet searches on child abuse investigations, animal porn and paedophilia.
A minute's silence and the Fenland flag flying at half-mast to honour former council chief executive.
The inaugural Golden Thread Conference will also hear evidence and teachers’ experiences from some of the £500,000-funded Opportunity Area projects.
Foodbank wants local people to check what items are most needed, as they prepare for a busy summer with increased need during the school holidays.
Local authorities are saying enough is enough, by joining hands and launching a county-wide campaign called SCRAP to address the issue of fly–tipping.
Residents in and around March are being asked to share their views on travel in the area as part of the first phase of a transport study.
He thought he was sending sexually explicit messages to a 12-year-old boy.
A person has been taken to hospital this morning (Wednesday) after a collision involving a pedestrian and a car in Wisbech.
A man has been sent to crown court for sentencing after admitting three counts of burglary in Wisbech last week.
He was killed by a single stab wound to the heart.
Structural concerns were raised during initial excavation works in the building’s basement last week.
Fenland mum is completing a year of charity challenges for Parkinson's UK to mark her 50th birthday.
A core of parents and carers do not have confidence in the school’s leadership.
A man has been charged in connection with a number of burglaries in the Wisbech area over the past week.