Police are investigating after a motorist crashed through safety barriers at a level crossing in Whittlesey near Peterborough.
People in Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire want urgent action to improve safety on a nearby road, after a number of serious and fatal accidents
Police are appealing for the public's help in tracing a missing mother and her child from Cambridgeshire.
A former teacher and priest has been jailed for 17 years for the sexual abuse of three young girls over a decade.
45-year-old David Goodstadt of Broad Street in Whittlesey was convicted of rape, attempted rape, indecency with a child and five counts of indecent assault following a trial at Peterborough Crown Court.
He was cleared of three other charges and the jury failed to reach a verdict on two other offences.
Detective Constable Amanda Sylvester of Cambridgeshire Police said: "Goodstadt is a dangerous man and we're pleased he is now behind bars. The victims showed great bravery in coming forward and ultimately giving evidence at court in order to bring him to justice."
An inquest has been told an 18 year old girl could be heard shouting for help as her car sank into a river near Peterborough, after she accidentally drove off the road.
Hannah Yates from Whittlesey drowned in November last year in the River Nene, next to a notorious stretch of road known as North Bank.
A safety barrier has since been installed on the bend where it happened.
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Residents living close to a £26m flood defence scheme have been invited to find out more about the project.
A drop in session has been arranged for residents in Whittlesey and Stanground in Cambridgeshire about the Whittlesey Washes scheme. The event runs today at the Ivy Leaf Club in Whittlsey between 11am and 7pm.
Work has started on the first stage of a £26 million flood defence scheme at Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire.
The project will strengthen the Whittlesey Washes reservoir which protects hundreds of homes near Peterborough.
The reservoir is used to store flood waters when tides are high. Work on improving the defences is expected to take four years.
A605 Syers Lane in both directions partially blocked, queueing traffic due to accident at B1093 Cemetery Road / Cemetery Road.
It was a growing tide of public opinion which even the flood defences on the Whittlesey Washes would have struggled to contain.
Angry that their community may be left without adequate protection campaigners say they've pursuaded the Environment Agency to do a u-turn on it's plans for the future maintenance of the banks that protect the Washes from flooding.
The Government will now fund the £21m pound cost of repairing the banks - more than four times the amount which had previously been proposed.
Two men have been arrested following a break-in at Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire. Police were called to reports of suspicious activity outside a home in Coates Road on Wednesday 11th July.
The police helicopter was called in and two men were arrested on suspicion of burglary. They are currently being held at Thorpe Wood Police Station in Peterborough.