A list of 10 wanted alleged con-artists including two from our region has been released.Read the full story ›
One of the oldest pubs in Huntingdon which had connections to Oliver Cromwell has been named as CAMRA's Cambridgeshire's 'pub of the year'.
The Falcon was on the county's at risk register six years ago, but was turned around after a successful Facebook campaign to save it.
It was finally rescued when lease owners Paul and Alyson Hepworth took over and reopened the pub at the end of 2014.
We opened in 2014 and everyone has just been promoting and telling friends.
We're the only pub where you can have board games and bring your animals.
It's more of a family pub. It's great- it means we're all working towards something and it is paying off.
Nearly a third of parents say their kids decide where the family holiday will be each year, with half in the East of England saying they're pressured into visiting certain destinations.
The research by travel search engine Kayak found nearly 60 per cent stretch their finances to pay for their annual break.
Parents also take grandparents on family holidays to contribute to the overall costs and to babysit.
The turkey producer, Bernard Matthews employs 2,000 people in the east. The Unite union says it's a 'worrying time' for employees.Read the full story ›
A rare Aston Martin that was left in a Hertfordshire back garden for decades before being stolen has sold at auction.Read the full story ›
Most common weedkiller used in gardens and on farms could soon be off shop shelves after EU nations failed to agree on re-licensing itRead the full story ›
As the Government prepares to announce the successful bidder for the East Anglia rail franchise in the coming weeks, a letter's been written to the government demanding a better rail service for the region.
The Great Eastern Mainline Taskforce, which is made up of local business leaders and MP wrote to the transport secretary to ask any new tender includes new rolling stock, and better journey times·
Asparagus farmers in the region are racing to harvest their crop at the moment
The limited picking season had been delayed because of the cold weather earlier this year - but the recent warm spell has ripened it and supermarkets are about to be inundated with abundant supplies.
A drug and alcohol abuse charity has warned a new law making psycho-active substances illegal won't necessarily solve the problem.Read the full story ›
Competition in Zurich will see teams from all over the world compete using the latest robotic technologies for people with disabilities.Read the full story ›