Members of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Board are putting a “large amount of trust” in its new CEO to fix “weaknesses”.
Fenland Council has submitted its initial response to the Planning Inspectorate following plans from Medworth CHP to build an incinerator in Wisbech.
A much-loved community bus is once again facing the axe unless funding to keep it going can be found within the next week.
A proposal to promote measures to slow down motorists approaching residential areas was unanimously supported by Cambridgeshire County Council.
Work to address the rising cost of living and reduce fuel poverty is picking up pace with the stepping up of provision of the Green Homes Grant.
West Norfolk Borough councillors have criticised consultation on a controversial incinerator in Cambridgeshire.
Parents who have a child born prematurely or unwell will be given additional time-off under a new law being backed by the government.
A summer of travel woes could be on the cards as more national train strikes are set for the coming weeks.
Here are the letters from Wednesday's Fenland Citizen.
Plans are being progressed to try to prevent all deaths from suicide in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The Combined Authority has said any future role it has in the delivery of affordable housing will be minimal, unless it gets government funding.
The official opening of New Shire Hall, Cambridgeshire County Council’s new civic hub included a specially baked cake when it was held this week.
There are still a few weeks remaining for people to have their say on a plan to make transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough better.
Fenland District Council councillors determinedly froze Fenland’s portion of the Council Tax – for the fourth consecutive year.
Places are still available on the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme during the summer holidays for eligible children.
Plans to build 26 homes on a site in a Fenland village have been refused by Fenland Council's planning committee.
A £326 cash payment will be given to millions of households within days but who is getting help with the cost of living and why?
Secondary school bosses have revealed plans for a major rebuilding programme.