Concerns have been raised over the future funding of Cambridgeshire’s affordable housing programme after the government questioned the Combined Authority’s progress.
A range of measures to tackle racial inequality across Cambridgeshire are set to be implemented by Cambridgeshire County Council.
A prototype ‘pod’ house for Cambridge’s homeless community has been unveiled, with 16 of them set to be rolled out across the city.
The leader of Cambridgeshire County Council has said it is “incumbent” on his authority to take action against child malnutrition after new figures were published appearing to show the extent of the issue.
Some staff in the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST) have been subject to violence and abuse that has increased their risk of contracting Covid-19.
The leader of Cambridgeshire County Council has called for greater access to localised Covid-19 data.
Cambridgeshire’s councils have estimated the pandemic may cost them more than £100 million collectively this financial year.
More than 230 people were discharged to care homes from North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust hospitals in March and early April without receiving a test for Covid-19.
Concerns have been raised over the arrangements in place for care home residents who have or are suspected of having Covid-19 in Cambridgeshire.
A countywide effort will deliver food and other essentials to the most vulnerable in Cambridgeshire until a national scheme begins, councils have said.
Cambridgeshire residents are being called upon to sign up to volunteer during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ely county councillor Bill Hunt criticised a fellow county councillor after claims she received £6,000 in allowances despite only attending two meetings owing to her role in the European Parliament.
The number of parents fined for their child missing school rose by more than half in Cambridgeshire last year.
Councillors have expressed support for a petition calling on the county council to reduce the bureaucratic “barriers” and make it easier to temporarily close residential streets for children to play.
Cambridgeshire County Council has approved a further £73m in borrowing as it continues its investment drive.
Cambridgeshire County Council has revoked a proposal for social media guidelines to apply to councillors.
Cambridgeshire County Council is considering changing needs-assessed charges for adult social care, which could cost a combined £2 million for service users.
The county’s roads are ready for winter and the council is ready for the worst forecasts according to the chair of the highways committee.
Highways maintenance workers will wear body cameras in Cambridgeshire to protect staff from aggressive motorists.