Local authorities are saying enough is enough, by joining hands and launching a county-wide campaign called SCRAP to address the issue of fly–tipping.
Fenland Council has successfully secured extra government funding aimed at supporting local areas facing pressures linked to recent migration.
The town will get funding to develop its plans and potentially release millions in extra investment
In 2017-18, councils in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough spent £8.7 million on substance abuse services - down eight per cent since 2013-14.
A new homeless support hub to help rough sleepers get off the streets has opened its doors in Fenland.
Move will protect jobs and deliver 10 per cent annual return on investment.
The wait goes on for county's infertile couples who have spoken of heartbreak behind statistics to persuade commissioning group to reverse IVF cut.
Plans were clearly contrary to policies and despite planners working proactively with the developer these problems could not be overcome.
Taxi fares in Fenland are set to be reviewed for the first time in seven years following a request from the hackney trade to increase prices.
Fenland's first and currently only Green councillor has announced he will be forming a working alliance with the district's group of independents.
Exciting plans for a new and improved skate park in March can now go ahead after the final funding needed to start work was secured.
Chatteris Empress Pool set for new debate at July's town council meeting despite its previous decision not to support it becoming a community asset.
The future of six post offices in Fenland would be secured under a Labour government, the shadow chancellor has announced.
Residents wanting to access council services and speak to advisors face to face will be able to visit a new Customer Services Centre from next month.