The city council has formally responded to the county’s proposed closure of four children’s centres in the city.
The county council is joining with others across the country to ask Government for a rethink.
More urgency to improve a key transport bottleneck between Cambridge and Ely is being called for by politicians.
Two council houses being built on Uphall Road will be the first in more than 20 years to be provided using Cambridge City Council’s own workforce.
Zeichner defied party orders to abstain and backed a motion for the UK to remain in the EU single market, along with 50 other Labour MPs.
Labour candidate expands majority after beating Lib Dem Julian Huppert in 2017 General Election
Voters across Cambridgeshire have been heading to the polls to choose their MPs and decide who forms the next government.
Academics are leaving the UK’s top educational institutions because of Brexit, it has been suggested.
We asked candidates 12 contentious questions to help you make your choice on June 8.
Dr Hayward said he will urge police to start reviewing CCTV footage of bike thefts in the city.
PM Theresa May was absent from the debate while Jeremy Corbyn made an 11th hour appearance.
Milton Road upgrades, city cycle paths, the Cambourne to Cambridge busway and city congestion-busting measures will move forward.
Senior figures from the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP, Plaid Cymru, Green Party and UKIP are expected to take part.
The Tory candidate beat Liberal Democrat Rod Cantrill into second place
Tomorrow, Thursday May 4, voters will go to the polls to determine who will become the first mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
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The Green’s Stuart Tuckwood says the Greens hope to work with Labour and the Liberal Democrats against the Torys.
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).
He says a new ‘cult of the anti-expert’ has come to Cambridge.
Potential county and district councillors are being offered advice on how to be nominated to stand for election in South Cambridgeshire on May 4.
Three policy priorites to press in the mayor’s first term have been identified, including a congestion charge and expanding Cambridge city centre.
MPs were locked in the House of Commons chamber amid the commotion - all Cambridgeshire MPs and their staff are thought to be safe.
The changes that boaters objected to were not for discussion in the consultation that informed the mooring fees changes.
It would enable people on lower incomes to rent a new affordable home and have an opportunity to purchase in the long term.
The MP for Cambridge mentioned ‘Catholic Church junction’ in a parliamentary debate about offences by drivers of moving traffic.
Cllr Kevin Price says the authority must better reflect the community it serves.
The Conservative candidate to be mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough says he wants the A10 to become a dual carriageway – and believes the region cannot afford to pass the opportunity of a light rail network.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn MP helped launch his party’s campaign for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor with candidate Cllr Kevin Price.
Candidates for the May 4th mayoral election tell the Cambridge Independent why people should vote for them.
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