There's a promise of faster and more reliable train journeys on the East Coast mainline.
The Department for Transport has announced Abellio will continue to run the Greater Anglia rail franchise until the summer of 2016.
At the time it was one of the region's worst fires - sweeping through homes and ripping the heart out of an historic village.
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The Countryside Restoration Trust at Barton in Cambridgeshire have been running a volunteer day this weekend.
People had a chance to try their hand at a variety of environmentally friendly pursuits including building nesting boxes. Matthew Hudson reports.
Cambridgeshire County Council says it could consider taking further legal action against the company it hired to build its guided busway.
Last year, BAM Nuttall agreed to pay the council £33m in an out-of-court settlement after the scheme went millions of pounds over budget and two years over its schedule.
In a new report, the authority said it could look to recover further costs after some defects in the track were discovered.
A man from Cambridgeshire's hoping to bring a smile to people's faces, and raise money for Alzheimer's Research UK.
Simon Gibson from Burwell has published a book containing 365 jokes - one for every day of the year.
It started with funny comments on Facebook, and now he's hoping to turn his humour into cash.
"It was never going to be a book when it first started," Mr Gibson told ITV News Anglia.
"I'm on Facebook, and a few friends and family often put funny comments on there, and at the end of 2012 I'd put a few jokes on myself.
"On the first of January I put a joke on and someone said to me "see if you can do it for the whole year", and I thought about it overnight and by the morning of the 2nd January I'd taken on the challenge."
The first of a new fleet of fire engines to be introduced at 'on call' fire stations in Cambridgeshire are ready for action.
The nine new rescue pumps have been designed to hold more equipment and to improve fire fighting in rural areas.
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Police are hoping to trace a white van after a lorry driver was stabbed in a lay-by in Haddenham on Tuesday.
Witnesses say they saw a Transit-style van indicating to pull into Sutton Road between 7.15am and 7.30am.
A 45-year-old man needed hospital treatment after suffering from slash wounds in an incident in the lay-by at around the same time.
He's since been discharged.
"Witnesses have described seeing three people inside the van and I am very keen to speak to them. I would like to stress they are not being treated as suspects, but may have been key witnesses to what happened," Detective Sergeant Phill Richardson said.