Council pushes through major transformation plan
Cathy is with Cambridge PhD student and international scientists on leadership programme
Charity provides learner sessions
Health experts are urging people to look out for others as freezing weather and snow showers are forecast
Keeping food out of landfill is the equivalent of taking one in four cars off the road
New bridge has replaced it as part of A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade
Electric car technology is advancing rapidly, and the latest figures suggest that Cambridge and the wider county are getting on board the green revolution.
Letter calls Ministry of Justice proposal to switch cases to Huntingdon and Peterborough ‘short-sighted’
The Grand Arcade car park in Cambridge has reopened after a police incident this morning (Thursday, February 22).
Guide on all you need to know about winter vomiting virus as Cambridge University Hospitals restricts visiting
A Romsey building which is described as having ‘emotional interest’ is, for a second time, planned to be turned into student flats.
Cleaner city streets and more environmental patrols in the city should be the focus for the upcoming year, according to Cambridge’s Liberal Democrat group.
A fleet of 150 ‘CitiPods’ – enclosed electric cycles – is being launched in Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes and Oxford by Cambridge Electric Transport (CET).
Mayor James Palmer and the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s vision of an underground metro is a no-brainer for businesses, says Cambridge Ahead.
The search goes on for a naked cucumber
The Prediction Machine is giving a glance into the future - for a limited time only!
The Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre has become the first UK institute to be designated a Comprehensive Cancer Center of Excellence by the European Academy of Cancer Sciences (EACS).
Ridgeons’ plans to turn its Cromwell Road site in Cambridge into homes have been given the green light by the city council.
Motorists are facing a price-hike as the cost of residents’ parking permits are set to increase by about 20 per cent this April – the first price rise since 2011.
Primary schools in the area are being offered a free computer programming workshop by technology education specialist ComputerXplorers Cambridge during British Science Week (March 9-18).
Increased costs for using library services has come under fire.
A councillor is hitting out against the decision to exclude road upgrades in the city from an upgrades scheme.
Officials have confirmed that making the major new housing development at Mill Road depot compatible with the community’s cycling needs is a key plank of the regeneration plans for the site.
A Cambridge street also came sixth in the most romantic street names vote.
Cambridge University is one of the most Instagrammed tourist spots in the country.
Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry hosts competition for young people
James Palmer met with US mayors from all over the country in the capital
Travellers say they are being forced into homelessness by the council
‘How to build and orchid’ opens today.
Fact-starved Britain responded vigorously to Cambridge Econometrics’ recent ‘Preparing for Brexit’ study, commissioned by London mayor Sadiq Khan.
Every year Cambridge commuters spend an extra week stuck in congestion compared to the second-most congested city in the country.
All the stunning light installations and events held from February 9-14, plus a map of locations
The punting company says it wants people who use wheelchairs to be able to punt too.
The iconic gallery is to open up to the public for the first time since its redevelopment
Libraries are to become the centre of communities once more as an initiative seeks to transform the services they offer.
People have saved more than £200 per household per year
Announcement comes during Children’s Mental Health Week
The 18-month-old cavapoo was ‘stolen’ during a walk - and found 100 miles away after concerted campaign
The University currently pays all directly employed University staff at or above the level of the Real Living Wage and has done so since 2014.
The new director is assembling a team of chemists, biologists, mathematicians, astronomers and VR experts
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