A handful of towns and villages in Cambridgeshire will benefit from "ultrafast, ultra-reliable and future-proof broadband" thanks to Openreach.
Exasperated directors of a Littleport concrete company have lodged an appeal to the Government to break the deadlock over their battle to win planning consent to expand.
A dentist who wanted to put a banner across the front of his surgery was told by a Planning inspector it would be "an unacceptable visual intrusion".
A £6 million commercial laundry which is capable of washing, drying and pressing 500,000 pieces of linen per week has opened in Papworth.
A popular Cambridgeshire pub is set to close for good next month due to "financial restraints" from its brewery.
A family business whose working day can start at 6am feeding animals and finish up to 9pm in a hatchery, have been refused permission retain their mobile caravan homes on site.
New social housing promised as part of a controversial agreement for 28 houses in March has been dropped.
A record turnover of more than £1 million is expected to be hit by the telecoms division of the Mick George Group.
The future of a marquee used by a village pub hangs in the balance after council officials recommended it be removed for causing "significant and demonstrable harm".