A man has been fined over £5,000 after he burnt waste illegally for months on end at his Fenland home.
The Wisbech Branch of Save the Children held a hugely successful fashion show raising £440 in aid of the charity on Thursday evening.
A housing association responsible for managing social housing in Fenland has said it is looking to learn lessons after complaints failings.
Residents of Chatteris voted to hold a local referendum on the future of Wenny Meadow, the town’s former Manor Park, at the Annual Town Meeting.
King’s Lynn and Wisbech StoptheWar will be holding a meeting on the war in Ukraine next Thursday (May 12).
Fenland council taxpayers have begun to receive their £150 energy rebate to help with the impact of rising energy costs.
A property in Wisbech that had become a magnet for anti-social behaviour and crime including drug use has been shut.
A young woman struggling with the serious decline of her father’s mental health was caught drug- driving and drink-driving on consecutive days.
An appeal has gone out for prizes for a charity bingo being organised for later this month in aid of a brave Thomas Clarkson Academy pupil.
The bright lights of a big city were on the agenda for a group of our students who spent a day at the world-renowned Cambridge University.
Concerns have been raised that bureaucracy and staffing shortages are causing delays to finishing roadwork projects across the county.
Council has been heavily criticised and told to apologise after it left a clinically vulnerable boy without any education during the pandemic.
A union boss has blasted claims by a Tory MP that Cambridgeshire County Council staff "should go back to work" as "deeply insulting".
Local wildlife will thrive along Cambridgeshire’s roads this spring as grass cutting will be paused to support animals and plant life.
Fenland Council is working with the owner of a Wisbech building damaged by fire to help ensure it can be brought back into use as soon as possible.
A parish council has added its voice to those objecting to plans for a Fenland golf and country club to expand.
The UK’s Chief Veterinary Officers have announced that the compulsory housing requirement for poultry and captive birds will end on Monday (May 2).
Local health teams working together on the Covid-19 vaccine programme have delivered their two millionth dose of the life-saving jab.
Two state-of-the-art accessible toilets are set to be installed in Fenland after Fenland Council successfully bid for £160,000 from the government.
A Ukranian family have been settling into life in the Fens after being welcomed by a local farmer.