Paraplegic athlete Sean Rose from Cambridgeshire talks about his experience snow-kiting across Europe's biggest ice-cap.
A man's in hospital after suffered serious injuries after being run over as he tried to stop a thief stealing his car.
People living in new homes in Bedford, St Neots and Peterborough are complaining that 'eco friendly' heating is forcing them into debt.
British Transport Police officers are asking the public to help identify a man following a case of indecent exposure. It happened onboard the 10.10pm service from Kings Cross to Peterborough on Wednesday, 25 June.
PC Claire Prouse said: “During the journey, a 21-year-old woman became aware of a man staring at her.
“As the train passed through St Neots, he exposed himself and began touching himself inappropriately before leaving the train at Huntingdon.
“The victim was frightened and upset by this behaviour and rightly reported it to rail staff.”
Police are investigating after a man was knocked unconscious in an unprovoked attack in St Neots.
The 31 year old was punched to the ground in the High Street after being approached by a man at about 2am on Sunday (June 8).
The attacker then ran off.
The victim required hospital treatment for head injuries following the assault.
The offender is described as white, 40 to 45, with short cropped hair. He was wearing a long-sleeved grey top, blue jeans and white trainers.
– Detective Constable Kevin Hills
"This was a nasty, unprovoked attack.
"It is lucky that the victim was not more seriously injured and I would urge anyone who saw what happened, or knows who is responsible, to call police."
Anyone with any information should call DC Hills on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
Cambridgeshire Police have confirmed that they've found a 3-year-old boy who was missing in St Neots. He's been found "alive and well".
Update to last tweet - missing child in St Neots has been found alive and well. Thank you for your help.
Cambridgeshire Police are looking for a 3-year-old boy who's gone missing in St Neots.
The boy, named locally as Jaden Gumm, is described as white, with blonde hair and was wearing blue pyjamas with black stars.
Anyone who sees him should ring 999.
Police are appealing for witnesses after bottles were thrown at two cars in St Neots.
The cars were travelling along the southbound carriageway of the A428 towards Barford Road roundabout on Tuesday when bottles were thrown at their windscreens.
The first incident happened at about 8.30pm and involved a Volkswagen Polo, being driven by a 67-year-old woman who was travelling with her 16-year-old grand-daughter. A bottle struck her windscreen causing half of it to shatter.
The second incident happened at about 8.45pm when the driver of a Ford Fiesta, a 22-year-old woman, heard a smashing sound. When she stopped she noticed the damage to her windscreen had also been caused by a bottle.
PC Craig Wheeler said: "Throwing objects at vehicles is very dangerous and puts lives at risk.
"The drivers were left extremely shaken and not seriously hurt but it could have been a lot worse.
"I would appeal to anyone who knows who is responsible to contact police."
Anyone with any information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
A man's been seriously injured after being trampled by a herd of cows in Cambridgeshire.
Paramedics were called to the incident in a field in St Neots. The man believed to be in his 60s was taken to the specialist trauma centre at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
Cambridgeshire Olympic bronze medallist Robbie Grabarz will be going for glory later in the final of the men's high jump at the Athletics World Championships in Moscow.
The athlete from St Neots produced the joint highest jump in qualification earlier this week, clearing 2.29 metres.
A pedestrian is in hospital after being struck by a car in St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
Magpas, the air ambulance charity, were called out on Thursday night to treat the man in his 30s.
He was taken by ambulance to Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge where on arrival he was in a stable condition.
Eleven people have been injured after a rollercoaster partly collapsed in Cambridgeshire.
The accident happened in St Neots at around 9.30 last night, Friday 31st May.
Twenty-five people were on the ride at the time - ten were treated for minor injuries at the scene, while one was taken to hospital with a suspected broken ankle.
The Health and Safety Executive have been informed and are investigating.