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Suspected drink driver who blew three times the legal limit after crash in Norfolk...

A suspected drink driver who blew more than three times the legal limit after a crash in Wisbech was arrested. Source: Camb Times

Ely College students swim 96 lengths to raise money for Kenya trip

Two Ely College students swam 96 lengths to fundraise for their trip to Kenya where they’ll help build and repair classrooms and teach English...

Stonea near March on target to have Britain’s most bashed bridge after Network Rail...

A rail bridge at Stonea near March has entered the race to become the country’s most bashed bridge after being hit 15 times since...

Wilburton man covered his ears when told of sexual assault allegations, court hears

A Wilburton man accused of sexually assaulting three schoolgirls covered his ears with his hands when police read out the allegations to him, a...

‘As soon as he saw the copper he grabbed his JD Sports bag and...

A suspected rapist from March was tackled to the ground by police after driving his car into a field near Chatteris. Source: Camb Times

‘As soon as he saw the copper he grabbed his JD Sports bag and...

A suspected rapist from March was tackled to the ground by police after driving his car into a field near Chatteris. Source: Camb Times

Patriotic Concert to be held in Ely to mark 100 years since the Great...

A patriotic concert in memory of local soldiers who gave their lives in the First World War will be held by The City of...

Proposals to cut bus subsidies for blind people dropped

Campaigners and residents with sight problems have hailed a victory as councillors voted to throw out proposals to cut back on “non-statutory” concessionary bus...

‘Life will never be the same’ – Families of fathers that died at Banham...

Two men found dead at a poultry factory last week have been named as their families pay tribute to their loved ones. Source: Camb Times

Law of the land falls short when it comes to dealing with scourge of...

For people living and working in rural areas the onset of the hare coursing season can be a worrying time. Source: Camb Times

Bags of help for community groups in Fenland

A cash pot of thousands has been shared among local charities thanks to the Tesco bag scheme. Source: Camb Times

Council rejectes plans to turn troubled convenience store – fined for selling illicit tobacoo...

A bid to turn a troubled March store – fined for selling illicit tobacco – into a fish and chip shop has been rejected...

Call for Cambridgeshire to back ‘people’s vote’ on Brexit

There are calls for Cambridgeshire County Council to join a push for a “people’s vote” on Brexit amid fears leaving the EU could be...

World’s biggest coffee morning comes to Fenland

Fenland brewed up a storm for Macmillan thanks to councillors, staff and residents who enjoyed charity coffee mornings. Source: Camb Times

Branding company based in Ely support Mepal Sports Football Club with new warm-up jackets...

An Ely-based branding company has supplied new warm-up jackets to the Mepal Sports Football Club as part of their sponsorship deal with the club....

A million thanks for raising lottery money for Arthur Rank Hospice

A hospice that provides end of life care for patients across Cambridgeshire has raised £1 million thanks to a lottery game. Source: Camb Times