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.
The unemployment rate in Fenland is performing in line with the rest of England, new data reveals.
A West Norfolk climbing centre is hoping it has ound a new home after planning permission was granted to a housing scheme on its current site.
Nearly 11,000 Fenland workers were earning less than a real living wage of £9 per hour in the year to April 2018 according to new data.
Fenland has lost five cash machines in just six months, figures suggest, amid warnings that the UK's cash system is "falling apart".
Cambridgeshire gymnastics club with a waiting list of more than 250 has plans to upgrade equipment after receiving £1,000 from a regional builder.
The Main Road Filling Station, in Wisbech Road, Long Sutton, could get a new coffee shop and drive-thru.
Chatteris firm Stainless Metalcraft was given the royal seal of approval on Friday when the Princess Royal paid a visit.
One of Wisbech's biggest employers today (Friday) confirmed it is looking to close part of its production in the town by the end of October this year.
Businesses in a Fenland town have launched a new initiative to help combat the lack of banking facilities.
Robert Goddard is to close its March store to allow the business to focus on expanding its existing stores, open new ones and on its website.
Business leaders fear a Fenland town won’t recover from the proposed closure of its last remaining bank, claiming a massive impact on traders.
A Wisbech engineering firm started 30 years ago with four employees has given the town a major vote of confidence with plans for a £6m investment.