It’s the first half of the Chisholm Trail that will connect both Cambridge train stations with a segregated cycle route.
Students from The Centre School in Cottenham have been working at homelessness charity Wintercomfort every week providing a pop-up coffee shop.
Police searching for missing airman Corrie McKeague at the Milton landfill site have not found anything related his disappearance – and the search has been called off.
Three Tottenham Hotspurs legends will grace the Histon FC Glassworld Stadium on Sunday, July 23.
Anyone can nominate a member of staff who has gone above and beyond, achieved distinguished long service or who constantly overperforms.
Homes in Great Wilbraham have suffered decades of flooding, and residents are demanding that the council finally moves to solve the problem.
Boost as Ivy brasserie wants to grow in city
They’re doing the trek from Land’s End to John o’ Groats for charity, asking strangers for help and donations along the way.
Cambridge Hackney Carriages could all turn Cambridge blue to help people distinguish them from private hire vehicles.
Dr Jennifer Smart is conducting painstaking research using the latest technology to help save waders.
Three men get five-year maximum for violent disorder
The driverless shuttle that could be the future of the Cambridge commute is a chance to rebrand public transport says Prof John Miles.
Drivers might not know that leaving a vehicle running while stationary and out of traffic is illegal.
Guilty men to be sentenced on Monday
Four exciting companies have been shortlisted in this category.
Taking 1.2 million calls a year, the contact centre at Addenbrooke’s is one busy place - and it’s fundamental to the smooth running of the hospital.
When looking for a place to keep a nest egg, it’s important to know that the money is protected and will work hard for you.
It would generate enough electricity to recharge electric vehicles and light the park and ride, and then some.
Bus service in place between Audley End and Cambridge
Three companies have beeen selected by the judging panel in this category.
Seven brilliant businesses have been shortlisted in this category.
Tiny machines are at work inside us, carrying important cargo, as Simon Bullock of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology explains
Stage one of Cambridge North would seek to provide for a shortfall in office space in Cambridge.
The search for the man continues.
Wild swimming is a very popular sport – and one that has a long history in Cambridge.
Brilliant biotech start-ups will compete for the prize.
Meet the businesses shortlisted in the AI section of the Cambridge Independent awards
A driver veered off the busway to avoid cyclists, as it was reported at the time.
The A14 closures around Cambridge have now been lifted.
Hundreds of Cambridgeshire school pupils attended the launch of a programme designed to improve the safety of young learner drivers.
The ball will raise money for the Oncology Day Unit at Addenbrooke’s.
Firms in Cambridge region could be missing out on sources of funding for their R&D activities
Primary students Michaela, Phoebe, Aylin and Cathy explain their school’s £8,000 appeal to revamp its reading bus.
It’s a phenomenal Cambridgeshire success story – but what can Mick George Ltd do next? Jon Stump, finance director at the construction services firm, talks about its new e-commerce platform, telecoms service – and on-site drones.
A survey has highlighted residents’ demands for better cyclist provision in the Milton Road upgrade.
The historical link of the railways to Romsey is being marked with the creation of the Romsey ‘R’.
The dairy nutrition experts of Orwell have set high standards for nearly half a century. The pay-off? Healthier customers and a desire to improve standards in the industry.
Some 33 blue badge parking spaces will be temporarily relocated to level minus one with 12 parent and child parking spaces moving to level four.
Cambridge University lecturer Jennifer Sidey has been selected by the Canadian Space Agency and will now begin a two-year training programme at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
Marshall of Cambridge recorded a pre-tax loss last year of £9.8million despite a huge rise in revenues.
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