Vicki and Bruce from Great Abington were filmed at the Rosie Maternity Hospital in Cambridge for a documentary on stillbirth.Read the full story ›
A Cambridge teen faces a three-year driving ban after being caught drug-driving twice since passing his driving test in August.Read the full story ›
Builders merchants Ridgeons, which employs 850 people across 40 sites in the East of England, has been sold.Read the full story ›
They found fame in the groundbreaking eighties sitcom The Young One - now Nigel Planer and Adrian Edmondson are starring in their own sci-fi comedy Vulcan 7.
The stage comedy written by the pair is touring the country and it is on at Cambridge Arts Theatre until 6 October 2018.
Ade and Nigel talk to ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson about their careers, growing old disgracefully, the laughter of tragic losers and the changing face of comedy.
A driver has suffered serious injuries after his car ploughed through the front of a shop in Cambridge.
It happened yesterday evening at around 6pm in Victoria Road. A white Nissan hit the front of the Minuteman Press store.
A man in his 20s was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital. Police are investigating and have urged witnesses to call them on 101.
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"We were called at 5.59pm by the ambulance service to Victoria Road where a man in his 20s had left the road in a white Nissan and crashed into a shop front.
"He received serious injuries and was taken to Addenbrookes Hospital. The road was closed by reopened by 7.20pm. An investigation will take place into its cause."
Hospitals in the region are urging people to get flu jabs this winter - including all their staff.
Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge is launching a 'Doctor Flu' campaign today. Last year, 86 per cent of their workers got vaccinated, enough to win them a national NHS award.
Doctors say it is important that those who are vulnerable - including over 65s, pregnant women and young children - have their free jabs
Around 40 firefighters were called just after 6am in Milton near Cambridge.Read the full story ›
The driver suffered head injuries and his windscreen was smashed.Read the full story ›
Ram raiders have attacked a shop near Cambridge.
Three men used a four wheel drive vehicle to smash in the front of the Co-op in Great Shelford High Street just before midnight on Sunday 23 September.
The men got away with the shop's cash machine. The police are appealing for witnesses.
An 83-year-old child sex "predator" has been jailed for 25 years after a top judge ruled the 18-year sentence he was originally handed was far too soft.
Child rapist Sazzad Miah, from Cambridge, was convicted of a raft of sex offences against children, including four specimen counts of rape.
Miah was jailed for 18 years, with a one-year extended licence period, at Peterborough Crown Court in June.
But Solicitor General Robert Buckland QC deemed that sentence "unduly lenient" and referred the case to London's Appeal Court.
Lady Justice Rafferty today agreed with him, and increased his prison sentence to 25 years.