The shocking extent of patient failings and lack of regulation is exposed in the hard hitting inquiry which delves into the use of pelvic mesh implants in the UK.
The first day of opening after lockdown was eventful for a pub close to Wicken Fen - firefighters were called to tackle a fire in the chimney.
A government review into the use of surgical mesh implants will be released next week, five years after a March mum launched a campaign to raise awareness of patients experiencing complications from the procedure.
The Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has shared his views on proposals to upgrade the A10 between Ely and Cambridge.
Fifteen job losses have been confirmed as Littleport Leisure will reduce the sports activities on offer when it reopens from the coronavirus lockdown.
Eleven more staff members at the Princes food factory in Wisbech have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total to 25 cases.
A talented teenage ice skater who underwent serious spinal surgery has raised over £1,000 for the hospital team that treated her.
County councillors were told planning law prevents them opposing the £300m energy from waste incinerator proposed for Wisbech.
A researcher is piecing together the story of a remarkable operation that took place at the beginning of the Second World War - involving a warship with connections to Ely.
A mother suspects her family’s much-loved pet rabbits were stolen from their hutches in March this week.
A young dog was locked in a hot car without any windows open at a March retail park in today’s 30 degree heatwave, a shopper claims.
A man has been charged with three counts of attempted murder following an incident in Little Downham on Monday afternoon.
The Princes’ factory in Wisbech has closed for 24 hours to be deep cleaned after 14 staff members tested positive for coronavirus.
Villagers are raising awareness of a controversial planning application in Little Downham before it is discussed at tonight’s parish council meeting.
A caravan that was reported stolen five years ago has been found by police in the Fens.
A proposal for a traveller site with 10 pitches off a rural road in Wilburton has been submitted to East Cambridgeshire District Council.
Stagecoach has been criticised for not enforcing a new law which states face coverings are compulsory when using public transport.
More photographs are shared of the peregrine falcons that have set up home at Ely Cathedral.
Residents of an East Cambridgeshire village have voiced their concerns at plans to create five new homes behind a rectory.
A March dental practice with a two year waiting list has been granted planning permission for larger premises in the town centre.
There may have been rain for most of the morning - but that didn’t stop customers supporting local traders as Ely Market reopened today.
Specialist staff helped 427 modern slavery and domestic abuse victims from 17 different nationalities in Cambridgeshire between April 2019 and March 2020, it has emerged.
A Soham-based company that creates materials for exhibitions and trade shows is applying its expertise in new areas to help businesses when the coronavirus lockdown measures are eased.
As the coronavirus lockdown measures start to be relaxed, many family-run small businesses like Peacocks Tearooms in Ely are working out how to operate safely.
Eleven-year-old George Chipperfield has raised £320 for the East Anglian Children’s Hospices (EACH) by running the distance of a marathon in seven days.
Children joining the new Chatteris primary school at Cromwell Community College will be taught in mobile classrooms until the project is completed.
An internationally-acclaimed flower arranger and horticulturalist from Siberia has created a stunning display in Wisbech after she was unable to return home due to the coronavirus lockdown.
A Littleport motorcycling school that dedicates a huge amount of resources to community initiatives has launched a foundation to support such projects.
A Wisbech-based charity is closing its shop in the town centre - but will still continue rescuing cats across the Fens.
Fenland District Council has submitted a planning application for a 112-space car park at Manea station.