Anglian Water is launching 38 new apprenticeship positions encouraging people to consider working within the utilities industry.
Burger chain McDonald's says it will temporarily close its walk-in and dine-in branches in light of the start of the third national lockdown.
Hopes for a new multi-million pound training facility in Fenland are a step closer to being realised with the submission of a planning application.
A retailer in the town has announced that it will be closed on December 26.
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A former Fenland pub could be knocked down and replaced by homes after attempts to find a buyer willing to keep it own failed.
Concerns over access for fire appliances and over development have prompted objections to plans to convert a former Fenland Baptist chapel into homes.
A business which faced closure with the arrival of the pandemic is taking on new life and opening its doors with a fresh start and community backing.
Businesses across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are being encouraged to make sure as many of their staff as possible are working from home.
A high-end ale house and kitchen sold out for bookings next month will now have to cancel them.
Work to help restore historic buildings on Wisbech High Street will take to the skies with the Wisbech High Street Project’s annual gutter clean.
A failure to find a buyer for a clothing chain hit by COVID-19 has led to drastic action.
Chatteris Rotary Club has raised and lent a total of £11,648, so far to 2,536 entrepreneurs in 11 countries.
They are normally seen roaming the plains of Africa but the world's largest bird, the ostrich, could soon become a feature of the Fens.
Fenland Council has launched its Local Restrictions Support Grant scheme to distribute over £1.3million of Government funding to help businesses.
A grant made possible thanks to National Lottery players has been awarded through the Wisbech High Street Project for works to an historic building.