Fenland Citizen columnist Eve Tawfick talks about The Twin Flame Game in her column this month.
I think this week has scored a first for me as a journalist – or very close to it.
A village cafe owner has been forced to make the heartbreaking decision to close partly because of the ridiculous costs of running a small business.
We currently have a chicken and egg situation here in Cambridgeshire.
The early 2000s are oft characterised along the arch of a pencil-thin eyebrow, pop starlets in low-rise jeans, and risqué reality shows.
If the best schools policy Conservatives want to crow about is a phone ban that already exists, then education is in trouble, fears our columnist.
With the cost to run a car now out of reach for many young people, our columnist argues now might be the time to fully embrace the e-scooter.
Being the mayor of your home town is an honour – that is a fact.
An incident this week involving my mother has highlighted the dire straits our local health service is in.
Fenland, and in particular March, is finally going to get a much-needed special needs school.
In her monthly Baffling Britain column, Eve Tawfick talks about women role models on the big screen...
Teenagers across the district have been collecting their exam results – last week it was A-levels and this Thursday it is GCSEs.
There’s barely a week goes by without an email landing in the inbox about animal cruelty of some kind or another.
In her monthly Pet Subject column, Laura Dickens of Amical Veterinary Centre, discusses immunisation of our pets.
Patients across Fenland have rated their GP surgeries, and whilst the results are not completely damning, they are not exactly glowing either.
Hobbies and Happy Meals, says our columnist, are not big luxuries and living standards won’t improve if that’s where we’re content to set the bar.
The chair of Cambridgeshire’s highways committee is calling for the government to act over pavement parking.
More and more self-service tills are requiring shoppers to show proof of purchase before leaving but it’s a policy our columnist disagrees with.