'Balls to Homelessness' fundraising scheme will culminate in a sleep out at the Abbey stadium next year
Police seized £10,000 worth of crack cocaine, heroin, cocaine and cannabis plus £15,206 in cash.
Lee Hornibrook targeted the woman in broad daylight in the city
Neil Blake, from St Albans, jailed after admitting attempted burglary in a village.
We’d be waiting for decade for East West Rail, says Combined Authority mayor
Graduation ceremonies at the Corn Exchange from Monday, October 14, may cause access delays to Grand Arcade car park.
Move is part of drive to improve biodiversity
Anglian Water act swiftly to save homes from serious flood damage while city council do nothing
The Cambridge relay run has raised more than £1million for good causes in its history.
Extension will increase capacity from 330 to 420 places.
St John’s Community Centre on Hills Road was officially opened by the Bishop of Ely
Two men stole £2,000 worth of mobile phones from a shop in the Grafton Centre
It will be in place initially between 5pm on Saturday, October 5, and 10am on Sunday, October 6.
King’s Parade is set to be secured by a temporary barrier
At one stage, Oxford dragged partner by the hair and kicked and punched her multiple times
New bi-mode trains, which can run on diesel or electricity, have been launched by Greater Anglia.
15th year sees more than 150 people enjoy festival
It welcomed people affected by sight and hearing loss to the event.
Six businesses gearing up for the Clip n Climb challenge next month
Man threatened staff and then told them the incident was 'just a joke'