An accountants firm seeking to create a hub employing up to 45 people has submitted new plans for the building.
Up to 200 new full-time jobs could be created if a former vegetable packing place is given a new lease of life by planners.
Maths has been top of the class for Wisbech students who have been taking part in tough challenges in the subject recently.
A crash between a car and a lorry on the Sixteen Foot Bank near Christchurch has resulted in one man being hospitalised.
Fenland’s ongoing fight against modern slavery was recognised this week during a royal visit to Wisbech.
A project aimed at getting more people involved with the arts is to share in a multi-million pounds worth of lottery funding.
A woman is due to appear in court in connection with a burglary at a pub.
The first ever county-wide Apprenticeship Awards will recognise and celebrate the achievements of individuals and those supporting apprenticeships.
Health officials are offering 'support and guidance' to a Cambridgeshire person found to have the new Omicron variant of Covid-19.
The owners of an award winning fish and chip shop is urging customers to be more adventurous as the cost of the favourite dish spirals.
An investigation into the murder of an 11-week-old baby boy will be the focus of a special two-part episode of 24 Hours in Police Custody.
Work will get under-way at Peckover House to transform its Reed Barn into a meeting place for people living with dementia and those who care for them.
Saturday was a golden day for Wisbech couple Bill and Marilyn Batrick as they celebrated 50 years of wedded bliss.
A polar bear and an ice dragon were among the many attractions on offer as the annual Christmas Lights Switch-on fun returned to Wisbech on Sunday.
One of Cambridgeshire's most bashed bridges has been hit yet again.
Cutting crime, helping victims and keeping people safe are still the top priorities for Cambridgeshire's Police and Crime Commissioner.
Vaccination centres across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are now welcoming all eligible groups on a walk-in basis from Monday (29).
A mum whose partner threatened to slit her throat, split her head open and bury her alive has spoken of her harrowing experience.
Once again Chatteris is one of the top spots for Christmas lights in the area following the town’s annual switch-on event yesterday (Saturday).
A West Norfolk man who’d drunk about eight pints of beer racially abused a pub bouncer.