The newly-appointed Secretary of State for Health and North East Cambridgeshire MP, Steve Barclay, today opened the new West Norfolk Eye Centre.
Health experts are urging people to prepare for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday with a level 4 red warning in place for Cambridgeshire.
Plans are being progressed to try to prevent all deaths from suicide in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Greater Anglia is advising rail passengers about a weekend of disruption caused by a 24-hour strike, followed by major engineering works.
Twenty nine members were welcomed to the July meeting by Michael Bates, club chair, which was held at Wisbech Town Football Club.
Fire crews scrambled to help rescue a lamb in distress but struggled to find it - now the fire service is reminding of the usefulness of a phone app.
Customers across our area are being urged to use water wisely to help keep taps running and protect the environment.
The official opening of New Shire Hall, Cambridgeshire County Council’s new civic hub included a specially baked cake when it was held this week.
Organisers of a popular village fun day have brought the event forward by an hour as temperatures are set to soar this weekend.
There are still a few weeks remaining for people to have their say on a plan to make transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough better.
Fenland District Council councillors determinedly froze Fenland’s portion of the Council Tax – for the fourth consecutive year.
Places are still available on the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme during the summer holidays for eligible children.
Everything from convertible sports cars to banger racers were used by students attending their prom night at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech.
Plans to build 26 homes on a site in a Fenland village have been refused by Fenland Council's planning committee.
Pupils at a Fenland school have had lessons in road safety and in particular how to stay safe around lorries.
A group of high school runners were in the pink when they took part in a fun run to raise money for two deserving causes.
A developer is hoping to deliver a long-term future for the former Wisbech Post Office building with plans to convert a large part of it into flats.
Staff and users of Chatteris library have marked a milestone for the facility with a tea party.
Wisbech Street Pride members are urging the public to use rubbish bins after completing yet another litter pick in the town.
Local MP and newly appointed Health Secretary Steve Barclay says he's supporting his old boss in the Conservative party leadership battle.