April 24 2014 Latest news:
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after a freak incident which saw him impaled by a drill.
Traffic ground to a halt on the A142 Soham bypass after an accident this morning (Wednesday).
Friends of Soham councillor John Palmer, who died last Thursday, aged 85, have paid tribute to the “best councillor the town has ever had”.
Six men have been arrested following a series phone scams carried out on vulnerable people across Cambridgeshire and other eastern region counties.
The European elections next month are the most important in a generation, communities secretary Eric Pickles said as he launched the Conservatives East of England campaign today.
A college farm has lots to see for visitors with its first lambing open day this weekend.
A company from Littleport is one of 10 East of England winners of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its international trade whilst a March firm is one of five local winners for innovation.
I have been reading your postbag this week and felt I must reply to the letters submitted.
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Spring into Summer may have finished for me but it’s about to begin for some of our lucky readers.
A mixed Easter weekend for Ely City saw them pick up one of their best results of the season at title-chasing Felixstowe before being hammered by Godmanchester Rovers.
Art deco meets high Victorian style as Steampunk comes to the Nene Valley Railway.
A £700,000 plan to raise the road level through Welney Washes – and partially end the misery of closures because of flooding- has been unveiled by Norfolk County Council.
A March teenager who likes to take the lead and organise events is in a Cambridgeshire-wide competition that hails the giving of young people.