High-achieving pupils at Wisbech Grammar School are celebrating their GCSE results today.
This year’s GCSE results at Thomas Clarkson Academy are among the best for attainment in the school’s history.
Marshland High principal says: "We are exceptionally proud of all our students and I would like to congratulate them all on their superb performance."
Congratulations were in store for many of the students at University Academy Long Sutton.
There were queues outside the Cromwell Community College in Chatteris this morning as students anxiously waited to learn their GCSE results.
“The acquisition strengthens Metalcraft’s position as a key player in the nuclear supply chain."
There were tears of joy, hugs, and mostly smiles at the Neale-Wade Academy in March this morning as students finally got their GCSE results.
This month sees a family-run firm celebrating the landmark anniversary of 50 years in business.
Shoe Zone, the UK’s leading value footwear retailer, is opening its 37th big box store, in Wisbech, with the creation of seven new jobs.
Fenland Council is supporting police efforts to stamp out hate crime by launching a new online reporting facility at its customer services centres.
A strip search revealed more drugs hidden on Sean Turton who was arrested after security staff at a March night club alerted police.
Police and fire officers are urging the public to be vigilant and report suspicious behaviour in a bid to prevent arsons in the county.
An Elm runner was shocked and angry after finding a 16 inch sword while out for a daily run around the village on Monday.
Over 2,540 people have already applied to join the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Register in a bid to help baby Daniel.
"It is vital that parents show support and don’t put too much pressure on their child to achieve high grades," says county's NSPCC fundraiser.
"He said: ‘Mummy, I can’t breathe properly.’ I helped him take a couple of puffs of his inhaler but, like a flick of a light switch, he collapsed."
Cambridgeshire Council leader Steve Count says county needs at least £50m more money from government.
Tweet by Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay prompts a barrage of responses from both sides of the Brexit divide.
About 4,200 households in Fenland have no working occupants, according to official figures.