The number of bird watching hides along the Middle Level barrier bank at Welches Dam in Manea is to be cut.
The largest one-day sting ever carried out by the Environment Agency and HM Revenue & Customs found illegal activity on 27 sites across four counties.
Officials say they want more groups to come forward and apply for support
Villagers cleared rubbish from land around the canal
Volunteers of the Newton Street Pride Group carried out their Spring Clean Litter Pick and collected a total of 28 full bags of rubbish on Thursday.
Fenland District Council is among the two-thirds of councils who charge for garden waste collections, new analysis shows.
Specialist contractors were out first thing this today clearing more than dozen bags of building waste including asbestos dumped on a river bank.
Air pollution causes five in every 100 deaths of people aged 30 and over in Cambridgeshire, data reveals.
A pensioner couple who had over 40 bags of rubbish dumped on their driveway are threatening to sell their dream retirement home after years of hassle.
It's not just the region's wine glasses that have been dry this January; as the East of England receives below average rainfall so far this winter.
A free and practical guide has been launched to help owners of historic properties to maintain their buildings and preserve them for years to come.
Students from Wisbech’s College of West Anglia are putting pride in their community after becoming Fenland’s latest volunteer recruits.
Wisbech and King’s Lynn Uniformed Services students braved the cold in a mission to clean two of Norfolk’s beaches.