An on-going row over an otter fence has led to the resignation of a village councillor.
It is unquestionably one of Ely’s most iconic additions – a five bedroom, luxurious riverside hotel that was once a working barge.
An MEP claims a blocked off lock at Manea is ridiculous and a wasted opportunity that is preventing boaters from navigating the local waterways and hindering tourism.
A Soham man who did not register his vessel with the Environment Agency has been landed with fines and costs of nearly £1,400.
Fire crews have left the scene of a chemical spillage that closed the A14 today. The road has re-opened.
Ely’s latest car park – to be built on a one acre piece of scrubland south east of the former bowling alley at The Dock – is set to be approved by East Cambs Council.
He once ran a successful business in Wisbech but when Kevin Scott moved to an old wartime airfield deep in the Fens – and didn’t bother with permits- the Environment Agency was soon onto him.
Flood warnings have been issued across areas in north Cambridgeshire.
Expanding rose growers Mark and Sandra Griffin won permission for a tractor shed despite planning officers claiming it would cause “unacceptable harm to the character of the open countryside”.
A floating hotel in a converted Dutch barge could be up and running as a riverside retreat in Ely by Christmas.
A 30 year old sewage treatment plant at a travellers site on the outskirts of Ely is to be replaced at a cost of more than £140,000 after it was found to be polluting the local water course.
Smells from a composting site were so bad that they made nearby workers feel sick, a court has heard.
Badgers have been moved out of their setts at Mepal after fears their river bank burrowing could destroy important flood defences.
A ditch biodiversity workshop in Haddenham drew a huge crowd and discovered some interesting and rare plants – proving that ditchwater is not dull.
Calls for a pubic vote on controversial plans to install an otter-fence around Manea pit were made at a packed meeting.