Author Andrew Kersham, reveals some of the strange stories behind the city's most unusual landmarks in his new book, Walking Cambridge
The hospital has three scenarios for this winter’s Covid-19 peak and claims they are well prepared even if their worst predictions are realised.
Residents were horrified to discover Greater Cambridge Partnership’s new busway could plough straight through their homes and allotments.
If working from the pub has always been a secret dream, now you have the prefect excuse with the new trend for pub desks with free wifi.
Ahead of her conversation with Helen Lederer at the Cambridge Literary Festival, the author of Reasons to be Cheerful talks to Alex Spencer
New shows at the ADC include a New York-based musical and, below, a comedy about stealing the crown jewels
Cambridgeshire police's next online advice session for victims of domestic abuse is going live this week.
As Robert, 30, recovered from a coma at the Cambridge hospital, thieves stole his card details.
With trick or treating looking a bit unwise, we've come up with some seriously spooky ideas to party with your little monsters at home.
There are plenty of things to do with the kids this half term - here is our pick of the highlights.
The U’s fan has died five years after he was brutally attacked by football hooligans during an away match.
Author Matt Haig is coming to the Winter Cambridge Literary Festival to talk about his most personal novel yet, The Midnight Library.
The hospital is making plans for a 'regional surge centre' with 120 temporary beds as data shows cases are spiking in Cambridgeshire.
Police and council issue plea after groups meet at weekend on Parker’s Piece, Midsummer Common and Jesus Green.
A man in a red hatchback repeatedly tried to make her get in his car on a deserted street in the city after dark.
The work of self-taught British artist and mariner Alfred Wallis entranced Jim Ede, creator of Kettle's Yard. Now his collection is going on display.
A picture book is an unexpected place to find a discussion of death, but Cambridgeshire author Isabel Thomas enjoys talking about big ideas with kids.
A Cambridge theatre company collaboration with university experts is taking on the taboo subject of dying with three new audio plays.
Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.
Many of the University of Cambridge’s museums are welcoming visitors back through their doors with new Covid-19 safety measures in place.