One of the nearly 500 workers who voted to go on strike has spoken out
The last planning committee meeting saw a councillor walk out and a controversial development get approval.
Here is the round up of proceedings at two magistrates courts.
A contractor has had to borrow money to replace stolen tools.
The Roman Catholic Church is leading a bid to end human trafficking after pinpointing the Fens as a hot spot for modern day slavery
Local councils will be considering the following plans.
Concerns were expressed about urination at a cricket pitch and sinking roads.
A village that lost its railway station around 60 years ago is hoping to have one opened in the future.
Politics, transport, charity and religion are the topics under discussion this week.
Nearly 200 prospective 6th formers and their parents attended an open evening to see what a school has to offer.
Pupils made pancakes and sausages, learned about healthy breakfasts and sat on a tractor during special workshops.
A boy of 10 was left nursing a bruise when raiders hit the family store but they were driven off by his brave dad.
Local councils will be considering the latest plans.
A family celebrates 60 years of owning a store: "It was like Are You Being Served without Mrs Slocombe"
A family shares their story to help raise awareness of premature birth as their son nears his third birthday.
The following are the findings of the local magistrates' courts
A decision not to make a village's main road a 30mph zone has been slammed.
Parking charges, politics, road safety and flower displays are all topics in this week's letters.
There was something for all year groups when a school held a careers fair recently.
A council won't risk spending public money on a derelict hotel because it failed to get back all of the money spent on a pub site.