The Conservatives still have an overall majority on South Cambridgeshire District Council despite slight losses in yesterday's poll.
The Tories and independent candidates lost out in favour of the Liberal Democrats.
But the Conservatives still have a majority of 15 over the other parties.
An armed forces flag will fly above South Cambridgeshire District Council’s offices this week in honour of Armed Forces Day.
A special ceremony has taken place at the council's offices in Cambourne to honour men and women of the armed forces, both past and present.
Endangered water voles have been given a helping hand by volunteers who have carried out a tidy up at Bar Hill nature reserve in Cambridgeshire.
The team has been cutting back hawthorn and brambles ahead of work planned for later in the year which will see ditches dug and banks formed to make the area a haven for the animals.
A report has named three areas in the East as the most peaceful places in the UK.
The survey by the Institute for Economics and Peace looked at rates of murders and violent crimes to come up with the list.
The Norfolk district of Broadland came out top with South Cambridgeshire and Maldon in Essex also getting a mention as Luke Farrington reports.
12 villages in South Cambridgeshire are to get a share of £130,000 from the District Council to improve local facilities.
Cottenham Parish Council will receive £40,000 while Harston Village Hall Trust and Steeple Morden Village Hall Committee have been awarded £25,000 and £18,093.
Linton Parish Council and Granta FC will put £18,094 towards extensions and alterations to their pavilion and Willingham Parish Council will use its £13,000 grant to create a new venue for young people.
Seven £2,500 grants have also awarded to Comberton Parish Council, Cottenham Parish Council, Hinxton Parish Council, Histon and Impington Parish Council, Little Shelford Sports and Recreation Trust, Longstowe Village Hall and Sports Ground Management Committee and Melbourn Parish Council.
Almost two tonnes of clothing, shoes and sheets have been saved from landfill on the first day of a new textiles recycling trial in South Cambridgeshire.
The trial which covers 5,000 homes began on Wednesday with hundreds of blue bags full of textiles being loaded up for recycling in one day.
If the trial is successful waste bosses aim to roll it out to all homes in the district.
Villagers in South Cambridgeshire are fighting plans to re-open a controversial travellers' site.
The District Council's planning to buy the pitches at Mettle Hill, which closed over 15 years ago. But, in the nearby village of Meldreth, people fear they'll be plagued by crime and vandalism.