We take a look at what’s going on behind the scenes at Cambridge’s Centre for Computing History.
Urgent action is needed south of Cambridge before the area is crippled by gridlock, according to a group of transport campaigners.
The new Cancer Research UK Centre of Excellence in Cambridge and London aims to improve treatment and survival rates
Campaigners say service is a lifeline for disabled people - but council says it has to impose fees to keep it going
15 of city’s 42 seats up for grabs
Seven major issues for party outlined
During last year’s county council elections I was talking to a voter and, as you might imagine, I asked him whether he would be voting Green.
Labour councillors have worked hard for the past four years to transform Cambridge for the better, since we were elected to run our great city in 2014.
The housing shortage, congestion and the standard of basic council services – these are the critical issues for Cambridge in this election.
Experience has taught us that the government which governs best, governs accountably.
Cambridge City Council unanimously approves plans for permanent public tribute
Women assaulted in Mill Road in Cambridge
Two men and a teenager have been remanded in custody
Residents from across the city are rallying together to prevent a house in Queen Edith’s from being torn down.
Free water fountains, ban on plastic coffee cups and new restaurant ratings proposed under eco-friendly policy
What can Cambridge learn from Bristol?
Iliffe Media paper is only title to win 100 per cent perfect score in any category at NewsAwards 2018
Employees at Marshall Motor Group raised thousands for charity after spending a night sleeping rough.
Charity supporters with a head for heights will soon have the chance to abseil down Cambridge Guildhall.
Nick Knights is the winner of this month’s Cambridge Independent Employee Awards.
They will be set up despite less than a third of residents responding to consultation.
A team of Cambridge filmmakers have been working with drama students at The Pauline Quirke Academy to create a short film focussed on the stresses faced by teenagers at school.
Police were called when a member of the public stepped in.
Both victims were taken to hospital for treatment.
60-year-old Colin Campbell-Leitch last seen in Brooklands Avenue
£1.7m raised in nine months to bring off-grid solar power to 16,000 households
An independent panel chaired by the chief executive of brewers Adnams will be tasked with looking at public sector reform in Cambridgeshire.
A dramatic curtain-raiser and some copper-plated classics entertain the faithful
The Maypole pub may have to close if construction at Park Street car park goes forward.
Cutting through the heart of Cambridge, the River Cam is as integral to the city’s character as any of its most renowned buildings or quirky traditions.
Plans for a new railway station near Addenbrooke’s could also feature housing and retail, the region’s mayor has revealed.
Cambridge could have its first fully-fledged PRIDE event next year.
Monsters and Me, one of Homerton College’s events to mark its 250th annivesary, with Prof Geoff Ward and Dr Beth Singler, will mark 200 years of Frankenstein.
Obesity-related hospital admissions in Cambridgeshire have more than doubled over the past three years, latest figures show.
Labour, Liberal Democrats, Conservatives and The Greens will be fielding a full slate of candidates in this May’s Cambridge City Council elections.
He was captured on a neighbour’s CCTV footage
Selling a story full of post-Brexit optimism
Theresa May thanked the hospital’s staff for their dedication over the past months.
Cold weather leaves toads in their holes
A resident has labelled a ram raid attack on a Co-op store in Fulbourn as “mindless”.
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