A Sawston resident has warned cyclists to beware after barbed wire was placed across a cycle path.
Have you tried one of the ‘iconic’ yellow bikes? Let us know what you think.
Around 250 students were evactuated while fire crews dealt with the blaze
Officers and members of the public commended for their bravery
World leading conservationists, including Sir David Attenborough, Jane Goodall and Steven Pinker, are gathering in Cambridge to celebrate #EarthOptimism on April 22
Body discovered after search by specialist teams
Cambridge MP wants bus forum
Be careful with household items, warn Cambridge F&R
The Beijing-based business have announced intentions to bring their yellow bikes to the city.
The Green’s Stuart Tuckwood says the Greens hope to work with Labour and the Liberal Democrats against the Torys.
Join-up with the BikeSafe scheme
Cambridge city council and Stagecoach East say report is flawed
Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call an early General Election is “proof she cannot be trusted to keep her word,” Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has said.
“When I’m having an off day and feeling a bit sorry for myself, I only have to think of some of the families I’ve met, who are supported by Each, and what they’re having to deal with.”
The number of pupils excluded from academy secondary schools in Cambridgeshire is coming under scrutiny.
A huge fire has caused massive damage to a children’s play barn in Cambridge.
Liquid air engine could solve pollution problems in the future
Don’t miss out on a chance to boost your business
Schools, nurseries and churches are among the organisations to have secured a piano from a Cambridge music store.
A shocking number of people are putting their lives on the line
Sea to Shore exhibition runs until August 27
City to resubmit planning application
Brave neighbour who saved the life of woman is awarded £1000
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Haul included a ladies Rolex watch worth around £15,000
Government powers could enable fines for certain vehicles in the city at peak times.
Cambridgeshire bus operator Stagecoach’s manager says a franchise would hit residents’ pockets.
MPs have been flooded with letters following the terror attack in Westminster as people up and down the country thanked them for their work.
Participating in the lively debate were Cllr Paul Bullen (UKIP), Cllr Rod Cantrill (Liberal Democrats), Peter Dawe (Independent), Cllr James Palmer (Conservative) and Cllr Kevin Price (Labour).
At Addenbrooke’s, it’s not just the patients, staff and visitors that get fed – there is also a specialist kitchen for babies and children.
It will be funded by charity the Health Foundation’s largest ever grant of £40 million.
More than 5.2million pieces of linen from Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust are laundered each year as well as 24,000 uniforms adjusted.
We discuss ideas to give our hospitals a shot in the arm, with Prof Stefan Scholtes, an expert in health management.
Without them, the hospital would come grinding to a halt. In the first of a new occasional series behind the scenes at Addenbrooke’s, GEMMA GARDNER talks to Ken Grant about the role of porters and discovers the myriad of jobs they perform.
The final part of Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg’s Band of Brothers trilogy will take place in the East, and possibly Cambridge.
Reopening train stations in Cambridgeshire could solve the Greater Cambridge congestion crisis, say lobby group.
Camnbridge will today remember the 75th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942
The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival amazes and delights, with the buildings of the historic city providing the perfect backdrop for a host of top events.
Letters written by the late Princess Diana have fetched £15,100 at Cheffins’ Auctioneers Connoisseur’s Sale in Cambridge.
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