A father has made a desperate appeal after his 16-year-old motorcycling son was critically injured by a rope tied across his path.Read the full story ›
In the latest of our constituency reports from around the Anglia region we look at Peterborough, one of our fastest growing cities.Read the full story ›
April 30th this year marks the 150th anniversary of the death of Robert Fitzroy, a man born in Suffolk who went on to found the Met Office.Read the full story ›
Parents in a Cambridgeshire village say they are angry at plans to stop the free bus service which takes their children to school.Read the full story ›
Lawyers acting for the families of the victims of a paedophile doctor say Addenbrooke's has admitted failing to protect their children.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Cambridge who survived the earthquake in Nepal has described the moment it struck.
Kate Penty was reunited with her family at Stansted Airport this morning. She was among more than 100 Britons who flew back from Nepal today.
She had to run for shelter when the quake hit but says that she didn't initially realise the scale of the tragedy unfolding around her.
Click below to hear Kate Penty's story
A motorcyclist who suffered neck injuries when he rode into a rope that had been tied across his path remains in a critical condition.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Cambridge was among more than 100 Britons left stranded in earthquake-hit Nepal who arrived at Stansted Airport today.Read the full story ›
A newly published letter written from the battlefield at Waterloo 200 years ago goes on display in Cambridge today.
Experts say the note by British soldier Captain William Turnor highlights the courage of soldiers in the face of "the most bloody" of conflicts.
It will form part of an exhibition at the university - opened this morning by the Duke of Wellington.
Parents in a Cambridgeshire village say they are angry after the free bus service which gets their children to school was stopped.
They claim the pupils from Milton now have to walk or cycle a long and unsafe route to school.
There is a parish council meeting this evening to decide the community's response to the county council.
It's a 60mph road - and there's no lighting on it. The pavement in places is half a metre wide.
And with 180 children coming from Milton every day, that road cannot sustain that safely.