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Yesterday, 17:44

Unlicensed commercial punt touts ‘created a major antisocial behaviour problem in the historic heart of our city’ says leader Cllr Lewis Herbert.

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Yesterday, 17:25

Specialist Dementia nurse Jacqueline Young is aiming for more dementia awareness

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Yesterday, 16:59

Cambridge taxi firm Camcab has launched an ice cream service for its customers, says owner and managing director Rowhi Nemer.

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Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite was given responsibility over the fire service in March.

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Yesterday, 05:36

Police are to increase patrols around Fen Road following residents’ declaration of an anti-social behaviour “crisis”.

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Sport

Yesterday, 07:00

Nominations open in 12 categories for county honours

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Yesterday, 13:22

Hill Marshall LLP, a joint venture between two of Cambridge’s leading family-owned businesses, Marshall Group Properties – part of the Marshall Group – and Hill, the award-winning UK housebuilder, have secured a funding deal with Homes England to accelerate the delivery of 1,300 homes in Cambridge

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Yesterday, 13:33

Charity runs all part of the service

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Thu, 15:27

Formerly Tenison Towers, and now known as ‘The Tenison’, this charming guest house on Tenison Road has already completely overhauled one of its bedrooms. A full refurbishment is to follow later in the year

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Thu, 12:30

Links between Cambridge and China are being strengthened by a new organisation based on Cambridge Innovation Park in Waterbeach.

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Yesterday, 16:51

I had the privilege to be in the audience at the Corn Exchange to see the Shires – recently returned from Nashville – on their current tour on Wednesday, May 23

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Thu, 18:32

From May 26 to June 3, Chocolat Chocolat is holding sessions for children aged four to 11 where they will spend 30 minutes making chocolate treats to take away

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Wed, 12:40

Ghost Writers on the Cam is a two-hour walking tour of Cambridge – the brainchild of passionate performance storyteller, art historian, writer, researcher and former employee of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Robert Lloyd Parry

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Mon, 11:58

North Cambridge Academy teacher Neil Matthews and Year 11 pupil Chloe Langford talk FXP and computer gaming

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Mon, 10:36

Last night (Sunday, May 20), the penultimate concert in this season’s Classical Concert Series from Cambridge Live at the Corn Exchange saw the Dresden Philharmonic , conducted by Michael Sanderling, perform a mixed and drama-packed programme of 19th century works.

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