TV broadcaster Jeremy Paxman is presenting a talk on Great Britain’s Great War and how it changed the nation in an event coming to Cambridge.
A police officer was hit over the head with a glass in a serious disorder in Fenland over the weekend.
Women suffering complications following a mesh implant operation are urged to attend a hearing in Cambridge where they can tell their stories to a panel of experts.
A hospice that provides end of life care for patients across Cambridgeshire has raised £1 million thanks to a lottery game.
A spectacular cascade of scarlet, red and crimson poppies are decorating an Outwell church.
Pumpkins from the Fens will be filling the shelves at Tesco stores across the country thanks to a bumper crop.
Classic and vintage commercial vehicles go under the hammer with Ely auctioneers Cheffins.
Three drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a three vehicle collision near Swaffham Bulbeck.
Families enjoyed a two day event celebrating country life, vintage farm machinery, crafts, horses and more.
The editor in chief of the Big Issue was in Ely to give a talk on human rights for all.
Three action-packed days at the Ely Eventing Centre drew to an exciting close with a star-studded final day of competition at Little Downham.
Ely could become a plastic bag-free city with a new scheme called borrow bags.
Nearly 800 people were arrested for drink or drug driving in Cambridgeshire, say police, who are launching a crackdown on people who drive while unfit.
A firm of city architects raised £200 for Macmillan Cancer Support with a coffee morning and tombola.
A celebration of animals took place in Ely Cathedral with a host of pets and working animals who filled the aisles for the informal family service.
Mental health support group Talking FreELY is making October a big month by putting on two events, both free of charge and open to everyone.
The classic film, The Rain Man, has been adapted for the stage and we have four tickets to give away to see it in Cambridge featuring two popular TV stars.
Four people have been arrested and nine female sex workers are being protected by police as part of a nationwide crackdown on human trafficking and modern slavery.
As part of a national recycling campaign East Cambridgeshire District Council hope to increase the rate of recycling household metal throughout the district.
United in grief but strong in support, a group of mums from Soham, who have all suffered the loss of a child, have joined forces to produce a charity calendar.
The most popular baby names in East Cambridgeshire are Oliver for boys and Amelia, Isla and Olivia for girls, according to the Office of National Statistics.
A year since being taken hostage while carrying out medical missionary work in Nigeria, a former March GP and his wife are giving a talk about their miraculous release.
Festive fun-run lovers are being advised to book their places for the popular fancy dress run through the city that raises funds for Arthur Rank Hospice.
Ten hours after a serious two vehicle collision on the A47 and police have re-opened the road following all night investigations.
A King’s Ely’s student has been selected for the under 18’s national hockey squad.
Irish crooner Daniel O Donnell comes to Cambridge for his popular show of live music and chat.
Home owners are set to face disruption when resurfacing work takes place on Quanea Drove in Ely.
A media frenzy surrounded the sneak preview of Tesco’s new value supermarket, Jack’s, when it opened for journalists in Chatteris, a day ahead of the public launch tomorrow.
Pupils have been inspired to keep fit at the start of the new school year thanks to a delivery of donated sports equipment.
A knife amnesty is taking place across Cambridgeshire in a bid to take weapons off the streets.