Two black-tailed godwits from Fenland that were among the first ever British wading birds to be released into the wild under a new conservation technique have been spotted alive and well – 1,200 miles away in Portugal.
An event about post Brexit Britain was held at Ely Cathedral.
Witchford-based design agency virtualdesigncloud has secured £7,500 of funding from the European Union via the Cambridgeshire Fens LEADER program.
SE Cambs MP Lucy Frazer has asked Prime Minister Theresa May for reassurance that the Government will continue to support local farmers after the UK leaves the EU.
A Witchford businessman has launched a game-changing product in the world of artificial pitches.
Steve Barclay has hailed Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s Budget as one that “delivers a Britain fit for the future”.
The once extinct ‘Britain’s loudest bird’ has had its best year in the Fens since records began according to a survey.
Over five million vehicles were captured travelling in and out of Cambridge in just one week, a survey has recorded.
Soham author Chip Colquhoun spent the day at Burrows Bookshop in Ely on Saturday (October 14).
A landmark study shows one in ten women suffer problems after having the most commonly used mesh operation given to hundreds of patients every year on the NHS.
The General Election battle in SE Cambs has been confirmed as a three horse race with neither the Greens nor UKIP opting to offer candidates for the June 8 poll.
Theresa May has called a snap election for June 8 following a surprise announcement outside Downing Street.
Former county council leader Nick Clarke revealed today he’s quit UKIP – the party he fought for as police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire- and hopes to rejoin the Conservatives.
Surgical mesh used in hospitals across Cambridgeshire looks set to be reclassified to a higher risk medical device under plans to improve patient safety.
East Anglia has few regrets about leaving the European Union days before Theresa May wants to formally gives Brussels notice of Britain’s departure, our major new poll reveals.
Wisbech is on the brink of receiving £2.1 million of European cash to help the town’s most deprived areas.
The number of migrant workers reporting incidents of discrimination in East Cambridgeshire increased after the EU referendum, according to a district council report.