A special ceremony's been held in Cambridgeshire honouring the work of a very special wartime dog who helped the morale of spies.Read the full story ›
Farm Hall in Godmanchester was used to spy on German nuclear scientists, who were prisoners there during the Second World War.Read the full story ›
Cambridgeshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted in the early hours of Christmas Day.
The victim - in his 20s - was kicked and had his car windows smashed outside a pub on London Road in Godmanchester at 12.30am. He received minor injuries.
Police would like to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time and may have witnesses the incident, including the driver of a silver Audi A4 who may have seen the damage being caused.
The Conservatives won the Huntingdon constituency in Cambridgeshire at the 2010 General Election with a majority of nearly 11,000 votes.Read the full story ›
Puppy farms are cruel and irresponsible - that's the message from an animal shelter based in our region petitioning parliament to ban the sale of mass-bred puppies and kittens.
Wood Green say the young animals are separated too early from their mothers and suffer from serious health problems later in life.
The charity say they have also seen older dogs thrown out onto the streets when they are no longer able to breed.
Detectives in Cambridgeshire are searching for a woman who exposed herself to children at a park in Godmanchester.
The woman approached the group of children in a play park off London Road on June 20th.
She is described as white, about 18 years old, and was wearing a pink zip-up hooded top with black trousers.
Staff at a nature reserve in Cambridgeshire have started a petition against plans to build a road through ecologically important wildlife sites.
Cambridgeshire County Council is consulting with local residents on a new road which would link Hartford Road, near Huntingdon, to the A14 at Godmanchester.
New flood defences in Godmanchester near Huntingdon have officially opened today (Friday 28 February).
The scheme along the River Great Ouse which took three years to complete will protect 500 homes and reduce the risk of flooding in the area.
Matthew Hudson reports.
New flood defences in Cambridgeshire will officially be opened today.
The defences alongside the River Great Ouse in Godmanchester. The Environment Agency says the scheme will protect five hundred homes and reduce the risk of flooding from five per cent to one per cent in the area.
An animal shelter in Cambridgeshire is restricting the number of people allowed into its dog kennels.Read the full story ›