Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony is "stunned" forward Tyrone Barnett did not complete a move to Oxford United.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murdering a pub landlady who went missing in 1997.
Gymnastics is on the up in Britain thanks to the achievements of its star athletes - and reality TV.
A council and waterway authority start a £30,000 three-week scheme to shore up a riverbank that collapsed during flooding in Cambridgeshire last month.
Peterborough United sign 19-year-old Hartlepool striker Luke James on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
Striker Ryan Bird returns to Cambridge on a one-year deal after agreeing to terminate his contract with Portsmouth.
A man convicted of murder, alongside a girl thought to be Britain's youngest female double murderer, is found dead in a Cambridgeshire prison.
Midfielder Johnny Hunt rejoins Wrexham on loan until January after leaving them for Cambridge United in the summer.
Scunthorpe United extend the loan spell of Peterborough goalkeeper Bobby Olejnik until 1 January.
Britain's Lauren Steadman and Alison Patrick win gold at the Para-triathlon World Championship in Edmonton, Canada.
Millions of invading zebra mussels are playing havoc with England's drinking water - but what can be done to stop the spread of these foreign invaders which have appeared in Grafham Water?
Robbie Simpson and Jayden Stockley each scored twice as Cambridge enjoyed a comprehensive win over Carlisle.
Peterborough move to the top of League One after recording a third successive away league win at Colchester.
People are asked to take photos documenting the changes to World War Two airfields across East Anglia.
A suspended Conservative councillor and former mayor, found guilty of possessing a firearm, avoids an immediate jail term.
The East of England Ambulance Service is fined £1.2m over failures to meet emergency response times.
Conference side Dover Athletic sign Cambridge United defender Tom Bonner on loan until January.
Sixteen stowaways from Eritrea in Africa are arrested after being found in a lorry in Peterborough, the Home Office says.
Network Rail is to replant a World War One poppy garden at a Cambridgeshire railway station after a worker accidentally mowed it down.
The master of Selwyn College, which banned dogs from accommodation, is allowed to keep his bassett hound after persuading officials it is "a very large cat".