The former Mepal Outdoor Centre which is currently the focus of plans for a new crematorium is home to protected species according to two studies.
Fenlanders affected by flooding are being asked to report issues to local county councillors in a move to "get to the bottom" of the area's problems.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority is proposing a two per cent increase to the fire service’s proportion of council tax for 2020/21.
With the new lockdown under way, the majority of services at Cambridgeshire County Council will continue to operate as usual.
With this new variant accelerating infection rates nationally, we need to do more and bring this under control to give vaccines time to be rolled out.
Fenland Council has set out how it plans to serve the district in 2021 and is encouraging the public to have their say.
Fenland District Council has defended its record on helping the area’s homeless and explained its stance on funding other organisations.
The Prime Minister is to make a televised address setting out new emergency measures to control the spread of coronavirus in England.
In May 2021 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough will go to the polls to elect a mayor for the next four years.
A once in a generation opportunity to transform March and make it 'fit for the future' has won a major boost from the Government.
Public's first look inside the first £100K Homes as Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer releases exclusive photos of the recently completed properties.
March rail station is to be remodelled with continued funding support for the scheme from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
A Fenland cinema described as 'a jewel' by local MP Steve Barclay has been given a £126,458 Government lifeline.
An archaeological dig will take place before three homes are built on what could be the ‘most important’ historic site in Chatteris.
Major improvement works are set to begin on four dilapidated Wisbech High Street properties before Christmas.
People self-isolating will no longer have to stay inside for two weeks.
Fenland Council is seeking the public’s views on the licensing of Hackney carriages, private hire operators and licensed drivers in the district.
Members of the Independents Alliance on Fenland Council are calling on councillors to reconsider a moratorium put on the sale of council-owned land.
Cambridgeshire County Council is predicting a budget shortfall of £30 million next year as it asks residents to take part in a survey on its finances.