Anglian Water has defended its performance after Liz Truss, the frontrunner in the race to be the next prime minister, criticised its service.
The number of people taking part in this year's Big Butterfly Count has halved, prompting organisers to ask if people are now less focussed on nature?
Community flood groups are being encouraged by Cambridgeshire County Council to apply for a grant to help protect vulnerable properties from flooding.
The problems of climate change are starring us in the face, say scientists, so what role can global conference COP27 play this year?
Customers across our area are being urged to use water wisely to help keep taps running and protect the environment.
Wisbech Street Pride members are urging the public to use rubbish bins after completing yet another litter pick in the town.
With more hot dry weather forecast, homes are being asked to use water wisely, with the Environment Agency admitting it's watching levels 'closely'.
A colourful display of bee and insect-friendly wildflowers has bloomed in Fenland following a successful planting pilot by Fenland District Council.
Residents in Cambridgeshire are being urged to get cycling or walking to help reduce air pollution as part of Clean Air Day 2022.
Residents are being invited to have their say on plans, to develop a new household recycling centre (HRC) in March.
Cambridgeshire is among the worst counties in England for discussing innovative recycling solutions on websites, a new report shows.
Young Street Priders of the future are joining the fight against litter with the launch of a new club at their Fenland school.
As part of its drive to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030, Anglian Water is expanding its electric vehicle fleet.
The UK's bee populations are in a frightening freefall so what can we do to try and halt their decline?
A Fenland village road will be closed for a number of weeks this summer as the base for a new temporary flood barrier is installed.
Local wildlife will thrive along Cambridgeshire’s roads this spring as grass cutting will be paused to support animals and plant life.