There are “deep concerns” about the location of a new school and homes near the A10, with fears for the impact of pollution on the children and poor access off a major roundabout.
A teenage boy has died following a collision in Wisbech this morning.
The sun and crowds came out for the annual service and parade at Ely Cathedral for the Royal Anglian Regiment Association Cambridgeshire.
Chatteris businessman Peter Taylor is threatening legal action if Fenland Council planning committee agrees to allow plastic windows to remain in a Wisbech hair salon.
A preferred candidate for the post of Cambridgeshire’s Chief Constable has been named by police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite.
The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 British Formula 1 Grand Prix – won by Sebastian Vettel, thrown away by Lewis Hamilton and livened up by Kimi Raikkonen.
A man from Fenland, along with three of his Norwich pals, were spotted on national television last night (July 11) when supporting England during their World Cup game against Croatia.
The King’s Ely Golf Academy has been crowned the winner of the National Independent Schools Golf Association’s (ISGA) Plate Finals at Collingtree Park Golf Club.
An inspirational mother from Ely has completed her ultimate goal by taking on a gruelling Ironman race of swimming, running and biking in Lanzarote.
Soham Town Rangers have completed their first signing of the summer.
KD Theatre’s production of ‘We will Rock You’ certainly ‘rocked’.
After the surprise success of the original Deadpool two years ago, Ryan Reynolds brings the Merc with a mouth back to the big screen for Deadpool 2
Among the eccentrics at this year’s Cambridge Comedy Festival will be George Egg and his Anarchist DIY Chef show. He combines cooking and comedy to make a three course meal using power tools, office equipment and hair dressing appliances.
The musical Sweet Charity is in the Great Hall at The Leys School in Cambridge until Saturday, July 14, presented by Cambridge Theatre Company.
It was supposed to be a seated concert but a capacity crowd of 1,500 people were up and dancing when The Gipsy Kings played at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Monday, July 9.