Natural England plans to improve public access and extend the 33-mile stretch of the coast path within Norfolk and Lincolnshire.
Less than 100 people turned out across seven venues to see an exhibition organised by the firm behind the proposed mega incinerator for Wisbech.
Conservation groups in Fenland are calling for ‘wild’ open spaces to be widely included in conditions imposed on developers wanting to build houses.
With over 40,000 blockages a year blighting the sewer network, Anglian Water are joining the call to arms as part of the Unblocktober campaign.
A letter writer fears developers could pull out of the town if an incinerator is built.
A wet weekend is in prospect for Fenland thanks to Storm Alex.
The company behind plans to build a mega-incinerator has announced a second non-statutory consultation period.
Coastguard and police are at the scene after receiving reports of a casualty in difficulty in the water.
No buyer has yet been found for about 542 acres of sea bank in the area valued at £1.375million.
Cambridgeshire people are being urged to think about their recycling after nearly 55 tonnes have been rejected because of face masks and PPE waste.
A Fenland anaerobic digester plant has scored a first after its biomethane was connected to the National Grid.
There have been calls for action after many parts of March were left flooded by a heavy thunderstorm yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.
Cambridgeshire’s work to respond to the climate change emergency has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
A reader says coal-fired power stations could be converted to waste incinerators.
Emergency services, including Sutton Bridge Coastguard, were called out last night.
A local councillor is heading a group of rural leaders launching a new network to promote the voice of the countryside in the climate change debate.