Cambridgeshire's mayor wants more developers to work with his combined authority to build more £100K Homes across the county including in Fenland.
Fenland District Council looks set to spend £10,000 on a consultant to look at ways of clamping down on poor parking across the area.
Wisbech's historic Angles Theatre is among the first to receive cash support from the Government to help it face the challenges posed by the pandemic.
A multi-million pound bid to dramatically transform March town centre has been backed by Cambridgeshire's Mayor James Palmer.
Fenland District Council looks to cut its Council Tax Support scheme due to increased need caused by Covid-19.
Changes to national planning policy would demand 16,880 new homes in Fenland - that's three and half times the number of houses in Chatteris.
Developers say many of the properties envisaged in the new scheme have already been given the go-ahead.
A Fenland family has launched a petition asking the Government to change the end of life care system and allow people to choose to die with dignity.
A Wisbech councillor has resigned after a post he made on Facebook about the government's advice on measures to control covid-19 was shared.
A heavy rail service and a two trains per hour service between Wisbech and Cambridge is the most viable option for re-opening the town's rail line.
Wisbech and Fenland featured strongly in the first tranche of proposals to help Cambridgeshire’s historic market towns ‘get fit for the future’.
Residents and business owners are being urged to have their say on how licences should be managed in Fenland.
A letter writer has defended the Mayor against social media trolls.
The “big challenge” created by the pandemic for Cambridgeshire County Council’s finances will be next year, its chief finance officer has said.