Detectives investigating a rape in Brandon last weekend have carried out anniversary checks in the area.
Today’s Race for Life event in Bury St Edmunds has been cancelled due to safety concerns following flooding overnight at Nowton Park – but it will be rearranged.
A survey conducted by a cat rescue charity has asked whether there are too many cats in Britain - and found that 92 per cent of respondents want tougher rules to control of cat numbers.
Nearly a quarter of a million dogs show aggression towards people every week, according to a new study.
Students, parents and teachers from Soham Village College gathered to celebrate the success of Year 10 in Resistant Materials this year.
A senior public health specialist doctor, physiotherapist, physicist, mathematician and new mum are among 10 new deacons who will be ordained in Ely Cathedral next weekend.
Eleven new Cambridgeshire priests, two of which will serve in Ely and 10 deacons, will be ordained in Ely Cathedral next weekend.
West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock says the British people have ‘enormous ingenuity and capacity’ to build a future after the vote to leave the European Union.
With less than two weeks to go until the 31st annual Ely Folk Festival final preparations are underway for what promises to be the best festival yet.
The Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich has called for ‘wisdom and vision’ as the Government steers the course through ‘uncharted waters’ in the wake of Brexit.
A petition calling for a second EU referendum is proving so popular the website keeps crashing.
EU Referendum: “I am proud to be both British and European, I wish more of our fellow citizens had felt that too” says MEP
“Politics are based on the principle of consent and we have to accept that the popular will is for Britain to leave the European Union, MEP for the East of England and Vote Remain campaigner Richard Howitt said this morning.
South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge, who backed the campaign to remain in the EU, said it was now time to work together following Babergh and the country’s decision for Britain to leave the EU.
“In the wake of the electorate’s historic decision to leave the European Union, the immediate priorities for UK business are market stability and political clarity,” John Dugmore, Suffolk Chamber chief executive, said this morning.
Investigators probing the ‘orchestrated’ violence in Marseille have released pictures of 73 England football fans suspected of being involved in the disorder.
Looking for something a little different to do this weekend? Ely Wildspace group’s free BioBlitz event may be for you.
A woman in her 20s has reported being raped in Hadleigh.
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich MP Dr Dan Poulter stressed the importance of everybody working together to achieve stability for the country, following the Leave vote in the EU Referendum.
Heavy rain caused flooding issues across the area last night - especially in Regal Lane, Soham.
Now Britain has voted to leave the EU there’s going to be a lot of talk now about “invoking Article 50”.