Whitemoor Prison is meeting the majority of targets according to government inspectors, despite rising levels of assault on staff and prisoners.
Dividends and interest worth £34 million were accrued by Anglian Water shareholders in 2017 alone, according to GMB Union figures.
Cambridgeshire police has a new man in charge following the announcement of Nick Dean as the county's chief constable.
New figures revealed this week, show that spending on youth services in Cambridgeshire has been slashed by £330,000 since 2011.
Police have confirmed a man has died following a road traffic collision in Outwell on Monday (30).
An online appeal has been launched to help the family of the schoolboy killed while riding his bike to school in Wisbech.
An appeal to help a disabled Fenland man be more independent with a state-of-the-art wheelchair is just over £3,000 short of the target.
A Wisbech garden has been voted among the UK’s very best green spaces after winning a prestigious environmental award for the 11th year running.
A political row has broken out over a decision by Wisbech Council to ban the local trades union council from having a stall at the upcoming RockFest.
Police have released CCTV images of three men they would like to speak to in connection with a farm burglary.
More than 5,600 pupils have learned how to recycle as part of a district-wide initiative to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.
Budding film makers from a Fenland school were given the celebratory treatment at the Luxe Cinema in Wisbech.
A student from Neale-Wade Academy in March is taking on a series of fundraising challenges to subsidise a volunteering trip to Cambodia.
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Patients could find themselves with a bill for disposing of their clinical waste later this year when the local NHS ends its free disposal service.
The recently refurbished Wisbech Bandstand will be brought to musical life this summer thanks to a group of volunteers.
The family of an Elm man who died suddenly of a heart attack have provided the village with a life-saving machine to help save other people.
Chatteris in Bloom volunteers welcomed judges from the Anglia in Bloom competition to the town recently.
A dispersal order will be put in place in Wisbech in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
The end of summer camp marked a special achievement for four members of Chatteris Beavers, who received their Chief Scout’s Bronze Award.