People across Cambridgeshire are being asked to give their views on GP services after a report highlighted how Covid has affected access to doctors.
Communities across the county have been integral in the fight against the pandemic says Cambridgeshire's director of public health.
Churches in March will be supporting the Marie Curie call for a National Day of Reflection tomorrow (March 23) the anniversary of the first lockdown.
Wisbech mayor Aigars Balsevics who has been told he can no longer run the Angel Inn following breaches of covid rules is set to appeal the decision.
Businesses which have suffered extreme financial hardship due to the pandemic are the focus of a new grant scheme launched by Fenland Council.
Wisbech mayor Aigars Balsevics has been banned from running the Angel Inn following a licensing hearing.
Doctors at Fenland GP practices have acted to reassure patients amid concerns raised by other countries on the Astra-Zeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
Environmental health have been accused of using a "sledge hammer" to crack a nut at a hearing into alleged breaches of covid rules at a Wisbech pub.
A March mum who was forced to shield during the first lockdown for fear of catching the virus is now an inspiration to others.
A licensing committee hearing to determine allegations of covid-19 breaches at a pub has been temporarily adjourned.
The leader of Fenland Council has urged people to continue to listen to Government guidance as lockdown eases to help get back to a more normal life.
Three pop-up Covid-19 testing sites for people without symptoms are being launched in Fenland to provide access to rapid tests.
Asymptomatic adults living with children in school, including childcare or support bubbles can now test themselves twice a week using home kits.
An annual Fenland church flower festival which attracts visitors from all over the country has been cancelled for a second year due to the pandemic.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out his roadmap to lifting lockdown restrictions in England.
Schools, socialising and some sports are set to return next month under the Government’s plan to relax coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.
A Wisbech transplant recipient is backing a new clinical trial into a treatment that could reduce the risk of Covid-19 in people with kidney problems.