9:54 am, Sat 23 Nov 2013
Horses grazing on flood banks at the Ouse Washes in Cambridgeshire have been removed to ensure public safety.
Sixteen horses were on the banks near Earith. Fifteen were taken away by their owners, one has been removed by the Environment Agency, RSPCA and World Horse Welfare.
The horses had been illegally left on the tidal flood banks without the permission of the Environment Agency which owns the land.
5:30 am, Wed 31 Jul 2013
Environment Agency staff have recorded as many as 16,000 eels and elvers per day this year.
Credit: PA Images
The Environment Agency says its been recording up to 16,000 eels every day on the River Great Ouse at Earith in Cambridgeshire.
Eels are currently on the list of critically endangered species and the Agency is working to increase their numbers.
Young eels travel from Bermuda to freshwater rivers in Europe before returning to breed in the western Atlantic.
1:58 pm, Tue 12 Feb 2013
Emergency services on the scene of the A1123
A woman was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital after her car left the road and into a ditch on the A1123 near Earith in Cambridgeshire.
The woman, believed to be in her 30's, was suffering from neck and back pain, but her injuries are not thought to be serious.
The accident happened at around 8.30 this morning.
6:53 am, Wed 30 Jan 2013
The A1123 Earith in Cambridgeshire is closed in both directions due to flooding between the B1050 Shelford's Road and Bridge End.
6:41 am, Tue 27 Nov 2012
High Street, Earith closed due to flooding between Chapel Lane and Earith Bridge.
11:57 am, Sun 25 Nov 2012
A man has died after his car plunged into a river at Earith in Cambridgeshire yesterday evening. The police say a passer-by pulled the man, who was in his seventies, from the Nissan Note and started CPR, helped by the emergency services when they arrived.
But the man's life could not be saved. It happened close to the A1123 in Earith but the police say it was not connected to any flooding that is affecting the region.