A litter of seven puppies – worth up to £2,000 each – have been stolen in an east Cambs burglary, leaving owners “utterly heartbroken”.
Motorists escaped a two-car collision on a busy Fenland road with only minor injuries, Norfolk Police have confirmed.
Defendants from the Fens due to appear in the dock could be told to attend a new “Nightingale Court’ being set up in Peterborough.
More than 1,300 collectors’ items sold for more than £850,000 as they went under the hammer at an east Cambs auction in their first ever timed online sale.
The Ely Day Surgery Unit is set to reopen next week in an “important step towards reducing the number of patients waiting for surgical procedures”.
A 100-year-old resident at Soham Lodge Care Centre saw her family in person for the first time in 17 weeks thanks to its newly-built and safely-designed ‘lockdown visiting room’.
Enquiries into a ‘vile’ theft which saw 17 dogs and puppies stolen from a boarding kennels in Suffolk are ongoing, police have said.
As face coverings become compulsory in shops across England from tomorrow (Friday July 24), Cambridgeshire Police have issued advice about how to ‘protect your fellow shoppers’.
A crafty east Cambs couple constructed a wooden pirate ship in their garden for their three grandchildren amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
The £1.5 billion upgrade of the A14 is playing a “crucial role” in the nation’s economic recovery from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Highways England has said.
A Mepal pub has unveiled its one-of-a-kind outdoor container bar as the team adjust to the ‘new normal’ post-lockdown.
Ely youth cadets designed a poster and delivered them to care home workers across East Cambridgeshire to say thank-you for everything they’ve done during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nearly four million drivers have used the upgraded A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon since it opened early two months ago.
Sample testing of new suppliers to East Cambridgeshire District Council and changes to existing suppliers bank details, identified a “lack of consistency in the supporting documentation held” says an auditor’s report.
As Brits book exotic European holidays as lockdown restrictions ease, the Humboldt penguins in Hunstanton are playing it safe and staying in Norfolk.
An American restaurant is coming to Ely, having already proved popular as a takeaway service throughout lockdown.
Safety barriers will be installed along the Sixteen Foot Bank at a notorious bend where a 54-year-old woman died in 2017.
A proposal to conduct an independent review of excess deaths in Cambridgeshire’s care homes has been rejected by the county council.
A young man who stabbed an acquaintance after they failed to buy him a pay-monthly mobile phone has been jailed for four years.