Fire contained to one room thanks to quick action by staff
Update: Milton Country Park to close due to Storm Doris.
An online survey into recent cycling improvements aims to help Cambridgeshire County Council get even more people on their bikes.
Campaigners in Coton are committing to visit every house in the village to inform residents of City Deal plans to forge ahead with an off-road busway between Cambourne and Cambridge.
Police treating the death as an isolated incident
Cambridge United’s Jez George is the main speaker
Better bus services to the south will aim to serve new science centre jobs.
Residents can now tell the city council what they want community facilities to provide.
The college has agreed a partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry.
A councillor has said the tree planting budget does not allow Cambridge to replant at the rate trees are being lost.
A new initiative to upgrade and widen the debate on global warming will begin with a series of talks in Cambridge which will be streamed live.
Cambridgeshire and the wider region tops ‘miscellaneous’ expenditure, but what does that include?
The CB1 Masterplan is a finalist in the ‘Excellence in planning to create economically successful places’ category for the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) Awards.
Ambitious cycle projects were given a boost from a £14,000 council fund to get more people on their bikes.
A motorcyclist who died following a collision in Fowlmere yesterday (Wednesday, February 15) has been named.
Representative is one of the world’s leading planning theorists and a professor of land economy.
Scheme aims to increase the number of trees in the city.
Club says it is still committed to Sawston.
Camnbridge will today remember the 75th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942
All-weather basketball and tennis courts, a football pitch, equipped play area and an open grass area open to the general public.
County councillors gathered in Shire Hall yesterday (Tuesday) to finally agree on the county’s budget for the new financial year.
Today we launch our £87,500 appeal to help establish a new volunteer service that will make a huge difference to the families of children with life-limiting conditions.
Cambridge technology firm Speechmatics’ has unveiled a breakthrough that could change how we interact with our mobile phones and home entertainment systems.
The closure is westbound, due to an accident.
Traders and restaurateurs in the north of Cambridge city centre have expressed concerns at council plans to redevelop Park Street car park.
A fire broke out early this morning (February 13) at a circuit factory in Milton.
The Cambridgeshire zoo is giving a chance to meet the lemurs for £25 on Valentine’s Day.
Cambridge’s MP and all three voting members of the City Deal executive board have called for the £1 parking charge at Park & Ride sites to be removed.
Plans for a new busway plough forward but residents won’t take part in workshops to help shape it until their idea is considered.
So who should be the next Doctor? The best life form for the job, that’s who.
A father and son team have unlocked the secrets of the strength in plants.
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.
The man, who pleaded guilty to a racially and religiously aggravated public order offence, has been given a community and restraining order.
The scheme is being championed by a Lib Dem councillor and mother of a former Cambridge rough sleeper.
Residents and visitors applauded for raising thousands for charity causes in spite of incident.
As the county council looks to decide on a budget next week, Labour leaders react to ‘sweetheart’ deal.
Senior councillors back plans to protect services by continuing to generate income to plug the gap left by cuts from Government.
Cambridge city’s Labour councillors have said the Government’s housing strategy is ‘a huge disappointment’.
The Beatles-inspired montage of the celebrities who passed away in 2016 will support Cambridge Convoy Refugee Action Group.
Lib Dems are calling for Cambridge City Council to invest some of its own money to provide more homes in the city at attractive rents.
Find the perfect role for you – or advertise a vacancy
Find out more
Search for your next home – and read our sparkling content
Share your news, pictures and videos with us