Five centres offering support for Cambridgeshire’s most vulnerable have had their funding reduced by the county council.
The campaign to save the Empress Swimming Pool for the people of Chatteris is gathers momentum with a Gofundme page and support from the local MP.
The public is set to have a say in shaping a strategy to tackle transport issues and support growth in Cambridgeshire over the next 30 years.
Officials say they want more groups to come forward and apply for support
MP and Brexit Minister Steve Barclay has blamed an "oversight" for his name being on a list of MPs whose parliamentary credit cards were suspended.
Neglected and abused children in Cambridgeshire are more likely to be in crisis and at risk of serious harm by the time social services reach them.
Only March saw an election for each of its town council wards and as with the district results its electorate served up one or two surprises.
The newly formed independents have taken the first seat of the day at the local elections count at the Hudson Leisure Centre in Wisbech.
Fenland Tories have already seen success in tomorrow’s (Thursday) local elections without a vote being cast.
Wisbech Foodbank provided 3,006 three-day emergency food parcels to local people between April 2018 to March 2019 with 901 going to children
Multiple sclerosis sufferers in Fenland have likely lost part of their mobility benefit under the new system, data reveals.
Six months on and a misconduct complaint against a Fenland District Councillor has not even progressed past the 'pre-sift' stage.
As Fenland households face higher council tax bills its chief executive and four top officers are named on the latest ‘Town Hall Rich List’.
Fenland Tories have already seen success in the May 2 elections after they retained control of three of four town councils without a vote being cast.