Cambridgeshire residents will have to pay 3.59 per cent more in council tax to the county council next year.
An extraordinary meeting of Wisbech Town Council is to be held to discuss setting up a special anti-incinerator working party.
Villages across Fenland are set to share £210,000 to help repair defective street lights in a move to “even the playing field”.
Campaigners hope the threat of Storm Dennis this weekend will not put pay to plans for a mass rally against a planned waste incinerator for Wisbech.
Fenland Conservatives enjoyed a 'party' laid on by local MP Steve Barclay and he even provided a special gift in the guise of a notable guest.
The monitoring of Fenland's 75 CCTV cameras will be carried out from a state-of-the-art control based at least 25 miles away in Peterborough.
A secret debate on the state of play for the redevelopment of an eyesore building in Wisbech town centre is set for Thursday by Fenland councillors.
£100K Homes is a direct response to the housing crisis, which is seeing large numbers of working people struggling or unable to afford to buy a home.
An idea first raised at a Wisbech Town Council meeting two years ago is now being considered as a way to tackle illegal parking.
Launched in a hail of publicity in 2012 by Fenland Council and its partners, Wisbech 2020 was about a bold, long-term vision to regenerate the town.
Campaigners hoping to stop a mega incinerator in Wisbech have issued a rallying cry for next weekend.
Developments should bring a 17 to 20 per cent profit says the government.
A new construction training hub, affordable homes, a manufacturing launchpad and more business space among new projects.