Yoga teacher Pauline Dawber has condensed more than 30 years of knowledge into a new book which guides beginners through the basics of the popular pastime.
A third of councillors could go after key vote is agreed - but Boundary Commission will have final say
A radical reform of East Cambridgeshire District Council – with the number of councillors cut by 12 to 27 – has been backed by members.
Other people’s 25-to-one wins in the Grand National gave me great joy. It proved my long-held contention that sticking a random pin in a racecard is just as likely to make me money as all the tipsters put together. Sorry, Tony Jakobson, old chum. Shall we just agree not to believe a word in the Journal column of the other?
A multimedia interactive touchscreen depicting the life and times of superstar racehorse, Frankel, was due to be unveiled at this week’s Craven Meeting at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile.
Newmarket Ramblers have just one walk planned for the Easter weekend.
A four-bedroom detached home in West Row with parking space on a driveway for six cars is available for a guide price of £279,500.
Brickwork began yesterday on Mildenhall’s new £2.7m community centre.
PREVIEW: The Owl and the Pussycat ready for Ely opening with its bong trees, pirate piggies, a turkey and, of course, the Runcible Spoon!
Ely’s CAT Theatre Company has announced the dates for its forthcoming production, The Owl and The Pussycat.E
REVIEW: The highlight was undoubtedly the ‘Laudate Dominum’ in which the sheer beauty of the composition was enhanced by exquisite tone, timing, cohesion, control and balance.
. Review of Ely Choral Society’s performance of the Mozart Requiem in Ely Cathedral.
Tanning salon owner’s advice: Done in moderation and sensibly, it can be beneficial. They can help improve minor skin ailments like acne and boost vitamin D.
The owner of a tanning salon in Ely says that irresponsible practitioners are giving her industry a bad name.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: I believe in progress so Ely has to expand and without the bypass Ely will remain behind all the other major towns in the area.
I have been reading your postbag this week and felt I must reply to the letters submitted.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Proposed redundancies at East Cambs Council are a high risk strategy which could cost more than it saves
The Ely Standard’s front page on April 3 reported an alarming level of stress among staff at East Cambridgeshire District Council and a sharp rise in the number of absences through illness.
Surely the prime purpose of the bypass is to take heavy goods vehicles away from Ely.
Farmer: “I didn’t drive my van at him. I’m sorry a dog was run over” Financier: “I lost my temper and yanked his door open. I grabbed hold of his firearm and said ‘You can’t shoot me now’.”
A financial consultant says one of his dachshunds died when it was deliberately run over by a farmer in a row that broke out over dog walking on private land.
An Ely businessman who is hoping to make his Indian takeaway the most eco-friendly in the city is sharing the proceeds from one of his new initiatives with a charity.
The Greenwood Dale Foundation Trust has been selected by Cambridgeshire County Council to run the new secondary school in Littleport, which is scheduled to open in 2016.
A vintage and retro fair is taking place in the Lodeside Hall at Soham Village College on April 27.
People will be invited to peep into the past when a museum of allsorts celebrating the electrical revolution is opened in a tiny village in the Fens.
A Mildenhall tackle shop is to sponsor a charity fishing match in aid of injured soldiers charity Help for Heroes.
When Swaffham Prior teenager Saffra Monteiro was being bullied at school she invented characters and story to help her cope with her pain.