Brightening up after a dull start with most parts staying dry. Top temperatures of 25 deg C (77 deg F).Read the full story ›
Jonnie Peacock is swapping spikes for sequins as he joins Strictly Come Dancing.
The Paralympic and world champion sprinter is joining the BBC One show - which starts again in the autumn.
The Cambridgeshire track star said:
The opportunity to be the first contestant with a disability to take part in Strictly’s main show was too good to turn down. I’ve got no previous dance history outside of the occasional ‘worm’ at a mate’s party and I know this will be a challenge and a new experience. I can’t wait to see what I can achieve and how far I can push myself.”
And fellow athlete and former Strictly star Greg Rutherford was quick to offer support
After a week of disruption rail commuters can travel from Ely to Peterborough again after the line reopened this morning.
It was closed after a freight train derailed on Monday, 14 August seriously damaging the track.
No-one was injured.
A crane was needed to remove the heavy containers and their wagons before repair work could begin, with bus replacement services provided for passengers.
In total engineers replaced nearly ¼ mile of track.
Rail experts say the cost of the derailment could top a million pounds.
Our engineers and specialist teams have worked tirelessly over the last week to recover the derailed wagons and carry out major repair work so that services can resume today as planned.
I’d like to thank passengers for their patience while we completed the repairs.
A police officer who died in a road collision in Cambridgeshire has been named.
PC Max Walsh, from Peterborough died when his Ford Focus collided with a Scania lorry on the A605 on Friday 18 August.
The 52-year-old who was based at Thorpe Wood Police Station joined the force in 2003.
The sudden and tragic circumstances in which he has died are so very sad.
Our condolences go to his wife, his immediate family and all the other people who will feel his loss.
More than eighty knives have been handed in during a weapons amnesty in Cambridgeshire.
They were recovered by police from special bins placed in the county during a week long campaign. It was the force's third knife amnesty within the last year.
The line that has been closed between Bury St Edmunds and Peterborough is due to re-open today.
Network Rail have been repairing the track and removing the carriages after a freight train de-railed near Ely last week.
The line has now reopened between #Ely and Peterborough. Trains are now able to run from the start of service.
Some rail experts say the cost of the derailment could top one million pounds.
An investigation into the cause is underway.
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Largely dry over the weekend, although a few showers Saturday.Read the full story ›
A bright and breezy day with sunny spells and the chance of a few showers later.Read the full story ›
Rail experts say the cost of Monday's freight train derailment near Ely in Cambridgeshire could top £1 million.
It comes as repair work on the track begins at the site after the train's containers and wagons were successfully removed.
The line between Ely and Peterborough is still not due to re-open until Monday disrupting train services between East Anglia and the Midlands and the North.
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