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Second victim of London Bridge terror attack was a former Cambridge University student

01 December 2019
Second victim of London Bridge terror attack was a former Cambridge University student

Second victim of London Bridge terror attack was a former Cambridge University student

01 December 2019

A female graduate was fatally stabbed along with Jack Merritt


Gallery: Cambridge's Christmas lights switch-on

21 November 2019
Gallery: Cambridge's Christmas lights switch-on

Gallery: Cambridge's Christmas lights switch-on

21 November 2019

Thousands of people filled market square on Sunday (November 17) at the city’s Christmas lights big switch-on event.


Cambridge car park warning as council reports bank cards scam

21 November 2019
Cambridge car park warning as council reports bank cards scam

Cambridge car park warning as council reports bank cards scam

21 November 2019

Drivers are warned about a scam operating at a Cambridge car park


Saved: Cambridge pub The Flying Pig will not be moved or demolished, it has been revealed

20 November 2019
Saved: Cambridge pub The Flying Pig will not be moved or demolished, it has been revealed

Saved: Cambridge pub The Flying Pig will not be moved or demolished, it has been revealed

20 November 2019

The Flying Pig in Cambridge will stay in its current building, developers have revealed.


Opening date set for part of A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon

05 November 2019
Opening date set for part of A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon

Opening date set for part of A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon

05 November 2019

Drivers using the A14 in Cambridgeshire will get an early Christmas present as a date is set for the opening of a 12-mile stretch of the new road.


A meeting of media as Chinese delegation visits Indy

02 November 2019
A meeting of media as Chinese delegation visits Indy

A meeting of media as Chinese delegation visits Indy

02 November 2019

British media met Chinese media as a delegation from Jiangxi travelled to the UK to find out more about the country’s newspaper industry.


Hallowe'en events - family fun and frights at Warwick Castle

25 October 2019
Hallowe'en events - family fun and frights at Warwick Castle

Hallowe'en events - family fun and frights at Warwick Castle

25 October 2019

If you're looking for some family fun and frights this Hallowe'en, then take a look at the Haunted Castle event at Warwick Castle.


Part of new Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 to open a year early

10 October 2019
Part of new Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 to open a year early

Part of new Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 to open a year early

10 October 2019

Cambridgeshire drivers will get to use part of the A14 a year early

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Closure orders for two village homes

09 October 2019
Closure orders for two village homes

Closure orders for two village homes

09 October 2019

Police said the action was a result of reports of anti-social behaviour, drug use, criminal damage, verbal abuse, noise and intimidation


Hallowe'en at Warwick Castle - win a family ticket

03 October 2019
Hallowe'en at Warwick Castle - win a family ticket

Hallowe'en at Warwick Castle - win a family ticket

03 October 2019

We're giving away a family ticket to visit Warwick Castle's special Hallowe'en event. Enter our competition... if you dare!


Plans for a permanent Cambridge Repair Cafe

18 September 2019
Plans for a permanent Cambridge Repair Cafe

Plans for a permanent Cambridge Repair Cafe

18 September 2019

Cambridge could become one of just a few cities in the country to have a permanent base for a Repair Cafe.


Beef-free menus help Cambridge University cut food impact

11 September 2019
Beef-free menus help Cambridge University cut food impact

Beef-free menus help Cambridge University cut food impact

11 September 2019

The University of Cambridge has reduced its food-related carbon emissions by more than 10 per cent by removing certain meats and fish from its menus.


School heads and MP tackle minister over funding crisis

26 July 2019
School heads and MP tackle minister over funding crisis

School heads and MP tackle minister over funding crisis

26 July 2019

Cambridgeshire’s campaign for better funding for its schools continued as headteachers met the education minister.


Construction of Cambridge's new cycling bridge to start

23 July 2019
Construction of Cambridge's new cycling bridge to start

Construction of Cambridge's new cycling bridge to start

23 July 2019

Work on an key part of the Chisholm Trail cycling route, a new bridge over the River Cam, is to start in August.


Jailed Cambridge dealer kept drugs in a pillowcase

16 July 2019
Jailed Cambridge dealer kept drugs in a pillowcase

Jailed Cambridge dealer kept drugs in a pillowcase

16 July 2019

Isaac Opara, 35, is jailed after admitting possession of heroin and crack cocaine with intent to supply.


Proceeds of Crime Act-funded Kids Matter project to make impact

12 July 2019
Proceeds of Crime Act-funded Kids Matter project to make impact

Proceeds of Crime Act-funded Kids Matter project to make impact

12 July 2019

Money recovered from criminals is being used to support disadvantaged families and other vulnerable people across Cambridgeshire.


Tough green rules for South Cambridgeshire’s taxis

12 July 2019
Tough green rules for South Cambridgeshire’s taxis

Tough green rules for South Cambridgeshire’s taxis

12 July 2019

South Cambridgeshire’s taxis could become some of the greenest around with the introduction of new rules.


From vintage vehicles to supercars, Sunday's family-friendly Motor Show EAST has it all

29 June 2019
From vintage vehicles to supercars, Sunday's family-friendly Motor Show EAST has it all

From vintage vehicles to supercars, Sunday's family-friendly Motor Show EAST has it all

29 June 2019

The show takes place at the Rowley Mil Racecourse at Newmarket on Sunday June 30


Cambridge Food Hub offers city a green coffee

14 June 2019
Cambridge Food Hub offers city a green coffee

Cambridge Food Hub offers city a green coffee

14 June 2019

A scheme that aims to reduce the environmental impact of coffee shops has been launched in Cambridge.


Firm fined £25,000 after Cambridge woman crushed to death

11 June 2019
Firm fined £25,000 after Cambridge woman crushed to death

Firm fined £25,000 after Cambridge woman crushed to death

11 June 2019

A company has been fined £25,000 after a Cambridge woman was fatally crushed by a garage door.


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