24 February 2024
In her monthly column, journalist Eve Tawfick discusses how children's literature can reflect modern life.
17 February 2024
Three councillors have been forced to apologise after comments made about children with special needs during a meeting that was being streamed.
10 February 2024
Paying to park at our hospitals is to my mind downright wrong – or at least paying the extortionate fees they want us to pay.
27 January 2024
Fly-tipping – it’s a blight on our countryside and is utterly unnecessary.
20 January 2024
Shocking figures published by one local GP practice showed how many appointments were missed in December – 434 to be precise.
18 January 2024
The last time homes were this unaffordable was 1876, says our columnist, who asks ‘what now’ for the younger generations?
14 January 2024
Once again animal cruelty has been making headlines.
06 January 2024
Well Christmas is now an almost distant memory and 2024 has blustered its way in with heavy rain and stormy weather.
16 December 2023
Drivers have been risking themselves and their vehicles by driving through the flood water across Welney Wash.
10 December 2023
Shocking figures out this week from the children’s charity NSPCC showed a horrifying increase in the number of child cruelty offences in our county.
03 December 2023
It’s not often that Fenland hits both national and international headlines but one town certainly did it in style thanks to a simple twist of nature.
28 November 2023
In 2022 our columnist boldly declared her dislike for Christmas Eve boxes but now she says the internet is serving up a fresh slice of festive horror.
25 November 2023
Fenland Citizen columnist Eve Tawfick talks about The Twin Flame Game in her column this month.
08 November 2023
I think this week has scored a first for me as a journalist – or very close to it.
28 October 2023
Closure of a Fenland bridge that regularly ranks as the ‘most bashed’ in the country is not an option – at least for now.
22 October 2023
A village cafe owner has been forced to make the heartbreaking decision to close partly because of the ridiculous costs of running a small business.
14 October 2023
We currently have a chicken and egg situation here in Cambridgeshire.
09 October 2023
For almost 60 years Wisbech Rose Fair has been attracting crowds not just from across Fenland but also by the bus load from around the country.
08 October 2023
The early 2000s are oft characterised along the arch of a pencil-thin eyebrow, pop starlets in low-rise jeans, and risqué reality shows.
03 October 2023
If the best schools policy Conservatives want to crow about is a phone ban that already exists, then education is in trouble, fears our columnist.