A second busway could be built in Cambridge in a bid to reduce journey times for people travelling to and from Cambourne.Read the full story ›
Transport bosses say major work to upgrade the A14 will begin in November this year.Read the full story ›
Fines have been issued to punt touts in Cambridge for the first time after new rules came in this summer.
The £75 fixed penalty notices were introduced to stop people touting for business in certain parts of the city centre.
Cambridge City Council said two fines had been issued to people selling punt tours on Saturday in an area covered by the new public spaces protection order.
The order covers areas including Quayside, Silver Street, and the walkway from Quayside to Jesus Green.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats says the party is making a comeback in the East of England with by-election wins and more members.Read the full story ›
Cambridgeshire councillor Lisa Duffy has failed in her bid to replace Nigel Farage as the leader of UKIP.
The election was won by the party's deputy chairman Diane James who polled nearly eight and a half thousand votes.
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A Cambridgeshire councillor could be named as the new UKIP leader today.
Lisa Duffy, who represents Ramsey, is one of the favourites to replace Nigel Farage after he stepped down in July.
The announcement will be made at UKIPs autumn conference in Bournemouth.
The boundaries of almost every constituency in the Anglia region are being altered to cut the overall number of MPs.Read the full story ›
Anglia Late Edition looks at the government's progress on Brexit and surprise new plans to create grammar schools.Read the full story ›
Chief executive Michael O'Leary said there was "much more political certainty in continental Europe".Read the full story ›
Long-serving East of England Euro MP Richard Howitt has announced he will stand down from his role later this year to take on a new job as the Chief Executive of a global organisation.
Labour MEP Howitt has been in the European Parliament for the last 22 years but will now become CEO of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) in November.
The organisation links companies with "society, the environment and the wider economy."
It will be a great privilege to apply my experience in Europe to a truly international role.
Integrated reporting is the single best global antidote to the spread of short-term risks that has plagued our capital markets with uncertainty and volatility, causing harm to our economy, businesses, society and, yes, the environment.
It has been an enormous privilege to serve in this role and I cannot thank enough the countless people who I have sought to help - and who have shown extraordinary kindness in helping me.