After a six-year hiatus, the band made a long overdue return in 2019 with their latest studio album Cause and Effect and a triumphant sold-out UK tour.
At 5.45pm on Friday September 25, safeguarding experts will be on hand to answer domestic abuse related questions from members of the public on the force’s Facebook page
The scheme is part of an initiative to show support and listen to the views of officers and staff.
Shows at the ADC Theatre can be viewed from home and in a socially-distanced auditorium.
Caleb Hearns was arrested after failing a roadside breath test, blowing 81 ugs, more than twice the legal limit (35 ugs).
Police officers will be out on patrol this weekend after lockdown easing measures allow pubs and restaurants to finally open their doors
It has been a tough three months for the Raptor Foundation with no ticket sales coming in.
Cases of new Covid-19 cases have dropped dramatically across the Trust that runs Hinchingbrooke, Peterborough City and the Stamford and Rutland hospitals.
A Huntingdon family took part in a video call with two members of the royal family to talk about their fundraising for the Milton Hospice.
The graduates have traded in their old careers to join the force and help keep Cambridgeshire safe.
In the last three months, police have received 28,069 999 calls of which 2,831 were silent.
Thundery downpours are expected over the next few days.
Hamerton Zoo is reopening today (June 15) on its thirtieth birthday after being instructed to close on March 24 due to the coronavirus lockdown.
In the last month, arsonists have targeted the former RAF Upwood site, six times and set traps for firefighters.
Police are appealing for information about the blaze earlier today (Friday).
The blaze started in a shed and was spreading to nearby homes when the fire service arrived.
An escaped Wallaby found roaming around St Ives has been captured and returned to its owners from Johnsons of Old Hurst in Huntingdon.
The twins could not attend Memorial Day with their fire-fighter dad so they created their own.
The trust came up with the idea after learning this year’s London Marathon had been postponed
A volunteer driver who received a parking ticket while he was supporting an NHS frontline worker to deliver vital medicines in the community says he will face prison rather than pay the fine.
A generous donation from Arrington Garden Centre & Cafe made the deliveries possible.
Firefighters were called to two fires at RAF Upwood at the weekend
Firefighters in the county will be driving ambulances to assist frontline colleagues.
Nurse who received “disgrace” note has had positive messages from around the Globe after The Hunts Post featured her story.
All park-and-ride services have been suspended apart from Babraham.
Nurse Bex Williams says she was already finding life difficult and is upset by the note.
Magpa had announced it was in urgent need of PPE equipment and had less than a month’s supply left.
All patients had pre-existing health conditions, says Trust.
Cambridgeshire police say they are doing everything possible to advise people as new social distancing restrictions are put in place.
The NHS has seen an increase in calls from people asking where they can make a blood donation safely