A cat owner has spoken of his shock after his pet returned home with severe burns thought to have been caused by having boiling water thrown over him.
David Cameron is launching the Conservatives’ first English manifesto, with a promise of changes to ensure that English MPs have the final say on income tax rates in England.
The 18th Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards were officially launched today (April 23) and entries are now open.
Labour is accusing the Conservatives of planning the biggest spending cuts in any of the world’s advanced economies as the parties again prepare to trade blows on the economy.
A man died in an accident at a Huntingdon firm this week.
A housing developer has apologised after the side of one of its homes collapsed into the street this week.
The headteacher of a St Neots secondary school is no longer in post; it has been announced this morning.
A St Neots woman who is receiving treatment for breast cancer is encouraging people to support her Dare to Bare charity campaign.
A rugby club’s annual festival will this year be held in aid of Beating Bowel Cancer in support of one of its long-standing members who is recovering from the disease.
A 34-year-old man from St Neots is taking part in this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon to raise money for the British Lung Foundation (BLF).
Three St Neots riders finished in the top 10 at the penultimate road of the Northants Cycle Racing Association Handicap Spring Series.
St Neots racer Andy Sawford endured differing fortunes in the second round of the HEL Performance Motostar British 125cc Championship at Brands Hatch.
St Neots Town will go into the final day of the Southern League Premier Division season in possession of a play-off spot.
Unbeaten Priory Parkside Under 14s swept to the top of the Cambridgeshire Womens & Girls League North Division.
A St Ives man has described international selection as being ‘one of the greatest moments of my life’.
Even though the frosting is delicious, this show is all icing and no cake.
It’s time to shake your groove thing with a live music production of hit 70s musical Boogie Nights. The show will be performed by the St Ives Theatre Players at One Leisure’s Burgess Hall from May 20-23.
A Led Zeppelin tribute band is embarking on its “biggest and most ambitious” tour to date and will be stopping off at the Key Theatre in Peterborough next month.
Charismatic saxophonist Lee Thompson will create his own brand of madness when he takes to the stage at the Cambridge Junction next month.
A St Neots teenager who has overcome huge physical obstacles to fulfil her dream to dance is appearing in a show being staged this weekend.