17 hrs ago
Clear-up operation after trees fall on March gravestones
The rain storms which battered the town August 8 are believed to be the cause of two cedar trees crashing down onto headstones in the Station Road cemetery.
19 hrs ago
EXCLUSIVE: Now a second Tory walks out of ruling group on Fenland...
A former chairman has become the second Conservative councillor in recent weeks to quit the ruling group on Fenland District Council.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
What's happening in Fenland
Call Arthur Smart 01945 463436 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Talk by Dr Claire Meek, diabetes doctor and medical researcher.
Call to reinstate bollards now amid fears of serious injury or further riverbank collapses in March
Residents are calling for bollards removed from a March riverside road to be reinstated before someone is seriously hurt or the river bank collapses.
GALLERY: Wisbech Grammar School notches up impressive GCSE results
Ninety-nine per cent of pupils gained five or more passes at GCSE, while standout performances came from 27 students who obtained five or more passes at the top two grades - A* and A. Nine of the year group collected nine or more passes at A* and A. Headmaster Chris Staley said: "I am very encouraged by the results this year, even though the news ... (more)
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Eastern Daily Press
A 504m wishlist for improvements to A47
A 504m wishlist of projects along the A47 and A12 which are likely to be put to the chancellor have been unveiled at a meeting in Norfolk.
Night time working for A 770,000 improvements to A141 Isle of Ely Way ...
A 770.000 scheme to repair a worn out stretch of a major Fenland road is due to start in a week's time.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
There is no crisis in prisons says Chris Grayling amid soaring suicides
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The Jersey Journal
Art review: Anne Dushanko Dobek at Maplewood's 1978 Gallery
Anne Dushanko Dobek uses tulle and bridal gowns dripping with red paint to protest sex trafficking.
Fenland District Council "treats listed building owners differently ...
Seven months after a Chatteris businessman complained about two listed buildings in March with UPVC windows he has received a letter from Fenland District Council saying the windows are not a problem.
Mayor of March opens new estate agent's offices
Kit Owen Mayor of March opened the new premeses of Optima property at 31 High Street March.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
David Tennant on Scottish Independence: 'Don't ask me, I don't live there any more'
'As I chose to leave Scotland many years ago now I forfeited my right to tell Scottish residents how to run the country,' the Doctor Who star said Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
NHS protest march heads to Mansfield and Ashfield
A national march to oppose Government cuts to the National Health Service will be passing through Mansfield and Ashfield later this month.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
With His Plane Grounded, John Kerry Took A Commercial Flight Back From Hawaii
The globe-trotting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was forced to catch a commercial flight on Thursday after his U.S. Air Force plane encountered technical difficulties before takeoff from Hawaii at the end of a nine-day round-the-world trip.
Major upgrade approved to George Campbell Leisure Centre in March to...
A 549,000 upgrade to March's George Campbell Leisure Centre, which will see the gym extended, a studio for fitness classes built and new changing rooms, has been unanimously approved by Fenland District Council's cabinet.
The Financial Mirror
CYPRUS: Double-digit rise in self-employed
Cyprus ranks among the three countries in Europe that saw the rate of self-employed people rise by at least 12% between the first quarters of 2013 and 2014.
GALLERY: Council workmen start work to remove trees that collapsed at March cemetery
Council workmen have started the clear-up at a March cemetery where two trees toppled over, damaging headstones and graves.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
This week in history: Roosevelt and Churchill announce the Atlantic Charter
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt depart from the White House to attend church.
March pool axed in leisure centre make-over?
Options to take a dated leisure centre from the 1960s into the 21st century - including getting rid of its swimming pool - will be debated tomorrow.