Interviews continue and more than 600 emails and documents have been examined as part of a county council inquiry into its decision to award a council owned farm house to its deputy leader Cllr Roger Hickford.
A quote by Kier to build the King's Dyke crossing project at Whittlesey they had designed has been rejected by Cambridgeshire County Council.
Fenland District Council is taking urgent action to partially demolish a derelict building in Wisbech after surveys revealed parts of the building are at risk of collapse.
A popular Fenland restaurant is celebrating by giving its customers a discount after council health chiefs restored its 5 star rating.
Residents from neighbouring counties have been pitching up in Cambridgeshire to drop off commercial waste at household recycling centres because we have fewer restrictions and are open longer.
Demolishing derelict buildings in Acre Road, boosting the riverside for tourism and improving Broad Street all feature in a blueprint that has won up to £150,000 of initial funding for March.
Building materials manufacturer Forterra of Kings Dyke, Whittlesey, has bought 200 acres of land for a significant expansion of clay extractions close to their brickworks,
All commercial home-to-school and many other contracts previously undertaken by community transport provider FACT have been axed as part of the biggest shake up in its history.
Reggae Reggae Sauce entrepreneur Levi Roots will be headline speaker at East Cambs Business Boost 2019.