Students at a Fenland school turned yellow recently for a life-saving charity which has helped some of their own.
Allegations against him involve use of police computers.
Campaigners claim the bid to make pool a community asset is impacting on the sale price of the Empress Pool.
A town's oldest house could be made subject to a closure order - a move that can't come fast enough according to a councillor after last night's fire.
A district judge said he had a 'diabolical' record of offending
Staff, residents, relatives and the local community came to enjoy a summer fete.
A big community fun day organised by a Wisbech dental nurse has raised a whopping £3,805 so far but that total could rise to over £4,000.
Anglian Water's Chief Executive has won the coveted Highest Rated CEO award for the second time, by Glassdoor, one of the world's largest job sites.
Plans for a five-storey development including retail on the ground-floor and 15 residential flats above will see a town centre eye-sore demolished.
Thirty years after privatisation with spiralling bills and leaks Anglian Water bosses earned £1,921,000 in 2018 - a massive 20 per cent rise on 2017.
A father and son who tried to intervene to stop criminal damage and anti-social behaviour were attacked by a gang in the early hours of Saturday.
A pensioner claimed he didn’t realise it was illegal to own cannabis plants after he was caught with eight in the back of his van.
A man who committed a robbery and burglary three weeks after being released from prison has been jailed for 10 years.
Cannabis with a street value of around £35,000 has been seized by police this morning.
A local cyclist completed a charity bike ride in memory of both his mother and grandmother who died of the same heart condition.
Equipment that could potentially save the lives of mourners attending funerals in the county has been installed at Fenland Crematorium in March.
Bethany, 23, stood proudly at the alter to say ‘I do’ after fiancé Adam helped rebuild her life.
Local man Peter Freeman has donated bug hotels, which he made using leftover and recycled materials, to two projects in Wisbech.
Sixth Formers from Meadowgate Academy get an insight into the working of a store by manager, Ian Perry-Tate of the Wickes store in Wisbech recently.
Over 200 staff and students from the College of West Anglia joined families and friends to celebrate at the annual awards.
Taxi fares in Fenland are set to be reviewed for the first time in seven years following a request from the hackney trade to increase prices.
Fenland's first and currently only Green councillor has announced he will be forming a working alliance with the district's group of independents.
Exciting plans for a new and improved skate park in March can now go ahead after the final funding needed to start work was secured.