The buyer of a new-build home is launching a campaign for better consumer protection after his bad experience.
The streets were lined with mourners as the funeral cortege for baby Louis Thorold passed through Waterbeach.
A rescue operation returned a Second World War aircraft stranded in Scotland after engine failure to its Duxford base.
A foundation year will offer talented students a new route to undergraduate study.
Market traders say the decision to close the market until further notice puts their livelihoods at risk.
Opposition party says the closure of the market until further notice left councillors "somewhat confused and uncomfortable".
Students in Years 8, 10 and 11 told to work from home until the end of term.
The MPs write to Sunnica to set out their opposition to a planned 2,700-acre solar farm in its current form.
Taking place on December 10, the concert will include choir performances, readings and poems.
It is now called BeeBee & Leaf, a move prompted by the launch of its new plant-based wraps.
The Wellcome Trust is set to buy Urban&Civic, the property developer behind plans for the new town in Waterbeach.
The first homes at a new development at Cromwell Road in Cambridge will be launched on October 31.
The website UK-Staycations.com has been launched as a marketing platform for hotels and guest houses across the UK.
Laragh Build is part of the company’s plan to provide a complete design, development and build service.
A medical researcher seriously injured in a cycling accident is raising funds in the Sawston Fun Run & Walk.
City firm PervasID’s technology is being used by CribMaster and is targeted at the aviation industry.
A group in Coton has created a visual record of village life during the coronavirus lockdown.
All undergraduate and postgraduate students living in college accommodation will be offered the test.
The charity delivers childcare provision across five sites in Suffolk and its first venture in Cambridgeshire is in Blinco Grove.
Residents call for action to stop dumping in Cherry Hinton Brook by bathers who swim in the nearby lakes.