It follows the decision by county councillors to allow private vehicles to use the bridge again.
A man has been jailed for 11 years for carrying out a “savage” attack which left the victim without a spleen.
Councillors have stopped short of committing to a firm timeframe to end the use of herbicides for weed control in Cambridge.
A man has been charged following the fire yesterday (Tuesday, July 27).
A series of closures to allow work to upgrade the towpath by the new Abbey-Chesterton Bridge start today (Monday, July 26).
The council agreed a motion to “express strong concerns” about provisions in the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
The waste service has issued an update to residents.
A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms has been issued by the Met Office for Cambridgeshire.
The screenings will include a number of family movies.
The bid which, if successful, will enable a full business and feasibility study to be produced.
For the latest feature in our campaign with Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, Dr Michael Powar talks about improving care for bowel cancer patients.
A man who was caught drink driving less than two months after he lost his licence for the same offence has been jailed.
A collective plea for caution has come from the leaders of public sector organisations across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Funding of £100m for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has been unlocked after the Combined Authority passed the first of its government reviews.
Results were well above the global average.
Cambridgeshire residents most vulnerable to coronavirus are being advised to shop at “quieter times of the day” now Covid restrictions have eased.
Jyoti Atri has warned that “we need to proceed with caution” with national restrictions easing today (Monday, July 19).
More than 300 passengers travelled just over 1,000 kilometres in ground-breaking autonomous vehicle trials held in Cambridge.
Dr Nik Johnson is asking for people to “continue to wear a mask on our buses and trains, and in public spaces” after restrictions ease on July 19.
The principal of Bassingbourn Village College is appealing to anyone with information to contact police.