Murdered pensioner Una Crown's niece has appealed for help to catch her killer six months after she was found dead in her Wisbech home.
Cannabis plants with an estimated street value of a quarter of a million pounds have been seized in West Norfolk.
A Nobel prize winning scientist who was born in Cambridgeshire has returned to his home town of Wisbech to talk about his achievements.
Police are renewing their appeal for help to catch the killer of a pensioner from Wisbech.
Una Crown was stabbed to death and her body set on fire at her home in Magazine Lane six months ago.
A £10,000 reward has been offered for information that leads to the conviction of Mrs Crown's killer.
Wisbech in Cambridgeshire is celebrating 50 years of holding a Rose Fair.
Wisbech has won Anglia in Bloom gold medal every year between 2008 and 2012 and was judged best large town in the region in 2011 and 2012.
The Rose Fair began in 1963 when local rose growers sold rose buds in the church gardens to raise funds for the restoration of the church of St Peter & St Paul which dates back to Norman times.
Amanda Houston presented Anglia Weather from the town on Thursday evening.
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A man has been convicted of the manslaughter of a woman he violently raped in a Wisbech hotel. Dainotas Doblys, 48, of no fixed abode, was found guilty of manslaughter and two counts of rape following a 14-day trial at Cambridge Crown Court. He was cleared of murder.
He had met the victim, Virginija Jurkiene, 49, of Oakroyd Crescent, Wisbech, after she placed an advert in a Lithuanian magazine 'seeking a friend for a serious relationship'. The pair arranged to meet on Friday, and spent the evening drinking before they tried to check into a hotel.
They booked into the Hare and Hounds Hotel in North Brink, then left to buy alcohol and food from a local shop before returning to the hotel.
A post mortem revealed Ms Jurkiene had died from suffocation in conjunction with severe alcohol intoxication.
Doblys will be sentenced at a later date.
A burglar who broke into murdered pensioner Una Crown's home in Wisbech has been jailed. Dainius Stelmokas, 29, of De Havilland Road, Wisbech, forced his way into the 86-year-old's bungalow in Magazine Lane on April 4. Once inside he stole a television, stereo and portable DVD player.
A neighbour called police after spotting a plywood sheet which had been used to board up the back door of the property had been removed. Crime scene investigators discovered a fingerprint and Stelmokas was arrested on April 6.
He pleaded guilty to burglary and was jailed for 10 months at Cambridge Crown Court . All of the stolen property has been recovered. Mrs Crown's body was discovered in the bungalow on January 13.
She had been stabbed and then set on fire in an apparent effort to disguise her injuries and destroy evidence. A 58-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder remains on bail until July 2.
The body of a Norfolk woman has been exhumed from a cemetery in Wisbech after family members raised concerns about the way she died.
Gertrude Frankham passed away just a few months ago. She was the widow of the well known Romani rights campaigner Eli Frankham who died more than a decade ago. Emily Knight reports
A man who had nearly 22,000 indecent images of children on his computer has been jailed for 12 months.
Sam Dunn, 24, of Gote Lane, Gorefield, Wisbech, admitted three counts of distributing indecent images, four counts of making indecent images and eight counts of possessing indecent images of children at Norfolk Magistrates' Court last month.
Police carried out a warrant at Dunn's home on October 9 last year after his internet provider (IP) address was linked to an account and a file sharing site which was sharing and distributing indecent images of children.
On a computer seized from Dunn's home, officers discovered he had distributed 630 indecent images of children, made 8,707 and possessed a further 8,411.
They comprised of: 77 images at level five as well as 2,100 at level four, 959 at level three, 1,017 at level two and 13,593 at level one.
In police interview, Dunn admitted being a GigaTribe member and he had used the site for looking, downloading and sharing the images.
Today, at Cambridge Crown Court, Dunn was sentenced to a year in prison, he was also made subject of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order for five years and put on the Sex Offenders' Register for seven years.
Detective Constable Gareth Purdy said: "Dunn was a member of the community who was entrusted to babysit children, he was a tennis coach and employed as a cook at a local secondary school. His life was centred around working with children and there is no excuse for this kind of behaviour.
"While none of the children he worked with were involved, downloading images of this nature is not a victimless crime as it fuels the abuse of children worldwide. This case demonstrates those who access such images can be traced and can expect police to knock on their door."