Whittlesey mum believes baby’s bronchitis partly caused by damp and mouldy house - landlord says family at fault by using radiators to dry clothes
A three-month-old baby is in intensive care with bronchitis that her mother believes has partly been caused by living in a mould ridden, damp house.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 35-year-old man who is believed to have links to Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex and North Wales.
Father Christmas is preparing to set off on in his sleigh for his annual tour of Ely over the festive period in conjunction with Ely Rotary Clubs.
Second Wisbech councillor eliminated from the vote to become Tory choice for 2016 police commissioner poll
Wisbech councillor Steve Tierney has lost out on his bid to become the Conservative Party candidate for police commissioner.
Hospitals and GP surgeries across east and west Suffolk are preparing for the impact of industrial action by junior doctors tomorrow.
There’s a Christmas treat in store for families taking a train trip through Fenland next weekend (December 12).
Swimmer Laura’s coaching makes waves and wins her the title of Coach of the Year at annual Living Sport awards
A swimming coach from Haddenham is celebrating after scooping the Coach of the Year award at the annual Living Sport Awards.
Patients with glaucoma are now invited to their follow-up appointments within Newmarket thanks to a new partnership.
Well here they are - over 70 photographs that capture the fun, joy and extraordinary success of Ely Christmas Lights 2015
The bands played, children clambered on their parents shoulders, the panto dame and assorted characters mingled freely, eyes sparkled with anticipation and excitement – and the crowds went home happy and smiling.
Grant Shapps quits Government post in wake of escalating crisis over bullying that came to head with suicide of Wisbech activist Elliott Johnson
Grant Shapps has dramatically quit the government after admitting he should have done more to deal with claims of bullying in the Tories’ youth wing.
Thousands flocked to Bury St Edmunds over the weekend for this year’s Christmas Fayre.
A service that provides care and support for people with learning disabilities in Bury St Edmunds has been put in ‘special measures’.
Safety-keen students spent the day in the driving seat of Cambridgeshire Constabulary as part of a national initiative to promote the voice of young people.
Police are on the look out for an excavator after it was stolen from a field in Stuntney near Ely.
Police are appealing for information after a parked Audi TT in Newmarket was damaged by a ‘sharp instrument’.
West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock has officially opened the new Fiveways Service area at Barton Mills which has already created more than 120 jobs in the area.
The Met Office is warning of a blustery weekend ahead across the UK.
Police are warning members of the public to be vigilant after Hadleigh residents were telephoned by scammers, with one resident handing over a large sum of money.
Police say net is closing on killers of six year-old Rikki Neave as fresh appeal launched on 21st anniversary of his death
The net is closing on the killers of six year-old Rikki Neave, police revealed today.
New rules to help crack down on large-scale tipping of waste that blights the countryside and threatens the future of rural businesses have been welcomed.