Fenland Council leader Chris Boden claims work at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority was "almost grinding to a halt".
A lack of qualified worker has been blamed for a £22 million greener homes underspend by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Cambridgeshire Mayor Dr Nik Johnson officially opened the newly developed March Railway Station and car park at a special ceremony today (13 May).
Fenland Council is asking for views on how it uses enforcement powers to regulate the condition of privately rented housing in the district.
A whistleblower has sparked fears the area's ambulance service could be on the verge of collapse.
Fenland councillors are jubilant after a motion calling for a new special needs school in the district won unanimous support from the county council.
No immediate changes are being proposed to the funding arrangements for transport to and from after-school clubs at special schools in Cambridgeshire.
Councillors are looking to support mental health strugglers and have bemoaned an 'unbelievable' response to CCTV plans.
Nearly 40 people could be accommodated if the new proposal is approved next week.
Parishes must work together to make community funding easier to attain, according to a councillor.
Toilets in a town’s shopping centre are set to re-open next month after a long awaited contract has been signed.
The chief executive for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has resigned only months after stepping into the role.
Renewed calls for better provision for children with special educational needs in Fenland are due to be discussed by councillors on Tuesday (10).
Campaigners fighting plans for a mega incinerator in Wisbech have welcomed news a second county council will now oppose the project.
Senior councillors have branded the state of West Norfolk's hospital building as 'frightening' as they renewed their demands for funds to rebuild it.
Russia's foreign ministry has sanctioned MPs as it hits back at the British government's support for Ukraine and sanctions imposed on its politicians.
Local MP Steve Barclay has vowed to "keep a close eye" on plans for a mega incinerator in Wisbech over the coming weeks.