Booklet written by Wisbech union activists marks 50th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act.
Council leaders in Cambridgeshire are working with schools to prepare for pupils to return ‘when it is safe to do so’.
“It has been a vital lift for us,” said Jack Hanson, managing director, of Fountain Fresh Ltd in Wisbech.
Two Fenland community projects have netted a total of £70,000 worth of funding from Cambridgeshire County Council to help enhance their facilities.
Cambridgeshire County Council is projecting a £7.7million shortfall in its budget owing to the pandemic and subsequent lockdown.
Wisbech has a new mayor following a ceremony that scored a double first and saw Aigars Balsevics take over the chain of office.
"We are in a great position to submit a strong bid for March thanks to the council’s recent work on the Growing Fenland project."
Concerns have been raised over the arrangements in place for care home residents who have or are suspected of having Covid-19 in Cambridgeshire.
Fenland Council is appealing to private landlords to help ensure homeless people continue to have a safe place to live once the lockdown ends.
Local people are being invited to step into an online virtual consultation room to take part in the March Area Transport Study (MATS).
A Government document has today given more details on the Government's 'road map' out of lockdown
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A total of 51 rough sleepers from across Fenland have been rehoused into emergency accommodation in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new building in Chatteris has been turned into emergency accommodation to help ease pressure on the NHS during the current pandemic crisis.