Newmarket-based assistant trainer Ross Birkett will be travelling to Australia early next year after he was awarded a scholarship endowed in memory of former town trainer Alex Scott.
Governors of a village college claim that a lack of government funding for Cambridgeshire schools has forced them to cut public use of its sports facilities.
A Newmarket playgroup has been rated good by Government inspectors.
A skeleton unearthed during the excavation of Newmarket’s historic Palace House Stables could be that of 19th century racehorse Dr Syntax winner of 36 races.
Jail for Latvians who “ruled by fear” to exploit migrant workers and warned any who complained they would “end up like Alisa”
Two men who “ruled by fear” to exploit migrant workers in Fenland have been sentenced.
Customers visiting Newmarket market on Saturday are being invited to join its first Christmas Party.
Yet another vehicle collided with the railway bridge in Ely today (Friday).
You could tell by the smile how much she’s looking forward to Christmas, as she stepped off the train from King’s Cross – the most famous woman in the world side-by-side with ordinary passengers.
As far as teaching standards go there are few that can match those attained by Fordham Primary School headteacher Kevin Bullock.
Developers have finally submitted plans for a new six-screen cinema and leisure village, to be located in Ely.
Two men have been found guilty of exploiting migrant workers as part of an illegal gangmaster operation in Fenland.
A woman who falsely claimed a man had attacked and threatened to kill her has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
A firm which specialises in extracting minerals has applied to extend a limestone quarry in Wicken.
Newmarket is set to be transformed into a Winter Wonderland this weekend as the town council gears up for its most ambitious project to date.
A charity fund-raising group based in Soham handed over the proceeds of its latest event to the town’s foodbank, on Tuesday.
An increase in the number of people using a business park in Haddenham has led the owners to apply for more car parking space.
A school copied a popular TV programme and held their own festive themed bake off.
The East of England Ambulance Service will look to recruit a new chief executive in January, but insist the man currently in the £232,000-a-year post is going nowhere until they find a replacement.
Students and staff at Witchford Village College have written their very own song to raise money for the Ebola crisis.
Youngsters were given a final chance to remind Santa Claus what they would like this Christmas after he dropped in at Ely Museum.