A Fenland farmer is offering a home to a Ukrainian family fleeing the terror of the Russian invasion rent free for a year.
Children at a Wisbech school have raised nearly £580 to help the people of Ukraine.
International Women’s Day was marked in Fenland with two events organised by Wisbech, March and District Trades Council.
Cambridgeshire councillors are calling for changes to voting laws in England to allow foreign nationals the right to vote in local elections.
Four trees have been planted by Fenland District Council’s chair to mark the authority’s support for The Queen’s Green Canopy.
Cambridgeshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Darryl Preston, marked Dog Theft Awareness Day by sharing tips for keeping your pet safe this week.
Princes is expanding its mental health first aider programme after a successful trial at two of its canning sites.
A March man who stabbed his mother to death has been sentenced to life in prison.
Cambridgeshire Libraries among more than 60 galleries, museums, libraries and cultural venues to receive Government’s Cultural Investment Fund (CIF).
A woman whose mother has escaped the fighting in Ukraine to join her here in Fenland is hoping to launch a support group for refugees.
Pupils at a Wisbech school got inside information on being a politician straight from the horse's mouth with a visit from local MP Steve Barclay.
Over half of England’s most threatened breeding species nest on or near the ground*
A French bulldog who started life in poor conditions and then needed life-saving surgery is finally ready to find her happy ever after.
A man used a sledgehammer to smash his way into his ex-partner’s home while the terrified woman and her child were inside.
A man has been jailed for 10 years for his part in an aggravated burglary at a farm in Fenland last year (2021).
It's back - Wisbech Rose Fair Parade is returning this summer after two years of cancelled events due to the pandemic.
A man is due to appear in court today (Monday 14 March) in connection with robberies and thefts in Wisbech.
Creative young Lego fans descended on Wisbech library at the weekend.
Well-loved March jewellers HR Mallett & Co is set to close its shutters for the last time later this month after almost 100 years of trading.
Anti-incinerator campaigners were out in force to help raise awareness of the fight to stop a mega-burner being built in Wisbech.