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New figures show the latest amount of COVID cases over the last two weeks.
Fenland’s leisure centres are increasing their hours and gym and fitness class capacities from Monday, August 3, following a successful reopening.
Cambridgeshire Council's Countywide hub which has looked after the area's vulnerable during lockdown is set to move into the next phase of support.
Hughes Electrical is to reopen its Wisbech store but with shortened opening hours.
Cambridgeshire’s economy is going to be “hit hard” by the pandemic, with councils at “significant financial risk,” warn finance officers.
Al fresco dining spaces and street cafes could soon become a more familiar sight in Fenland with launch of new 'pavement licence' initiative.
A Wisbech-based haulier is among those recognised as part of the HGV Heroes initiative launched by the Road Haulage Association.
Police found a man hiding from them in a cupboard during coronavirus lockdown.
In her weekly column, Nickie Barwell of Barwell Accountants, goes through a new Government dining scheme.
For Wisbech woman, Amanda Scott, the show must go on - pandemic or not.
Chains including Costa Coffee and Sainsbury’s will not penalise customers who do not wear face coverings in their stores as new laws come into force.