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Cambridge University Help for Ukraine is launched for students and academics displaced by the war

27 June 2022
Cambridge University Help for Ukraine is launched for students and academics displaced by the war

Cambridge University Help for Ukraine is launched for students and academics displaced by the war

27 June 2022

A comprehensive package will support students and academics displaced by the war on Ukraine.


Thumbs up for new hand surgery from Addenbrooke’s at Ely Hand Clinic

30 May 2022
Thumbs up for new hand surgery from Addenbrooke’s at Ely Hand Clinic

Thumbs up for new hand surgery from Addenbrooke’s at Ely Hand Clinic

30 May 2022

A procedure for arthritis sufferers replaces the joint at the base of thumb with a ball and socket implant.


Car-free streets need to accommodate business need

26 May 2022
Car-free streets need to accommodate business need

Car-free streets need to accommodate business need

26 May 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID


Step back in time as charity shop goes vintage for Platinum Jubilee celebrations

23 May 2022
Step back in time as charity shop goes vintage for Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Step back in time as charity shop goes vintage for Platinum Jubilee celebrations

23 May 2022

The East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each) store in Cherry Hinton will be running a vintage stall on Saturday, June 4.


Apple set for new Cambridge offices in CB1

22 May 2022
Apple set for new Cambridge offices in CB1

Apple set for new Cambridge offices in CB1

22 May 2022

The new 30 Station Road building has 80,000 sq ft of space and capacity for up to 900 employees.


Ventriloquist’s dummy used by Ronnie Barker in TV advert to be auctioned by Cheffins

18 May 2022
Ventriloquist’s dummy used by Ronnie Barker in TV advert to be auctioned by Cheffins

Ventriloquist’s dummy used by Ronnie Barker in TV advert to be auctioned by Cheffins

18 May 2022

The blonde-haired dummy in a glitzy dress appeared in a 1970s advert for Sekonda watches.


Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

13 May 2022
Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

13 May 2022

Fourth doses are currently offered in the UK to the most vulnerable

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The Cambridge relaunches unique 2% deposit mortgage

07 May 2022
The Cambridge relaunches unique 2% deposit mortgage

The Cambridge relaunches unique 2% deposit mortgage

07 May 2022

The First Step Mortgage range aims to help first-time buyers get on the property ladder.


This Land reveals plans for 80 new homes at Eddeva Park

07 May 2022
This Land reveals plans for 80 new homes at Eddeva Park

This Land reveals plans for 80 new homes at Eddeva Park

07 May 2022

The house builder showcased plans for 80 homes at residential development in the south-east of Cambridge.


More repair cafés in Cambridgeshire as campaign exceeds target

05 May 2022
More repair cafés in Cambridgeshire as campaign exceeds target

More repair cafés in Cambridgeshire as campaign exceeds target

05 May 2022

Cambridgeshire Repair Café Network exceeds £10,000 target to help expand local repair cafés.


Tributes paid to Cambridge researcher Jonathan Gilmour, 35: ‘A shining light who will be dearly missed’

01 May 2022
Tributes paid to Cambridge researcher Jonathan Gilmour, 35: ‘A shining light who will be dearly missed’

Tributes paid to Cambridge researcher Jonathan Gilmour, 35: ‘A shining light who will be dearly missed’

01 May 2022

The St John’s College graduate died at the age of 35.


Lord’s Prayer board’s fall from grace forces closure of church

25 April 2022
Lord’s Prayer board’s fall from grace forces closure of church

Lord’s Prayer board’s fall from grace forces closure of church

25 April 2022

The ancient St John’s Church has had to close temporarily after a 200-year-old prayer board fell from its lofty position.


University of Cambridge’s first co-working hub set to open its doors to students, staff and public

22 April 2022
University of Cambridge’s first co-working hub set to open its doors to students, staff and public

University of Cambridge’s first co-working hub set to open its doors to students, staff and public

22 April 2022

The £40million West Hub will offer new spaces to connect and socialise and sit at the heart of the West Cambridge Innovation District.


March through centre of Cambridge to show solidarity with Ukraine

25 March 2022
March through centre of Cambridge to show solidarity with Ukraine

March through centre of Cambridge to show solidarity with Ukraine

25 March 2022

The Cambridge University Ukrainian Society is holding a peace march in the city tomorrow (March 26).


Four-generation Ukrainian family of 10 move into Cambridgeshire home donated by businessman

23 March 2022
Four-generation Ukrainian family of 10 move into Cambridgeshire home donated by businessman

Four-generation Ukrainian family of 10 move into Cambridgeshire home donated by businessman

23 March 2022

Mick Swinhoe gives the use of a house in Caldecote to a family aged from 10 to 90 who fled the war-torn city of Kharkiv.


Several incentives from Hill Group at Rubicon help to buy event

24 February 2022
Several incentives from Hill Group at Rubicon help to buy event

Several incentives from Hill Group at Rubicon help to buy event

24 February 2022

Prospective purchasers can book their place at a Help to Buy event on February 26.


Code champions quality new homes and better outcomes for buyers

16 February 2022
Code champions quality new homes and better outcomes for buyers

Code champions quality new homes and better outcomes for buyers

16 February 2022

Sponsored feature | Woodfines Solicitors


Failings in care contributed to baby Charlotte’s death at Hinchingbrooke Hospital

06 February 2022
Failings in care contributed to baby Charlotte’s death at Hinchingbrooke Hospital

Failings in care contributed to baby Charlotte’s death at Hinchingbrooke Hospital

06 February 2022

A mother whose newborn daughter died following failings in care is campaigning to improve maternity safety.


Sir David Cox: ‘A giant of statistics with a large place in the hearts of many’

03 February 2022
Sir David Cox: ‘A giant of statistics with a large place in the hearts of many’

Sir David Cox: ‘A giant of statistics with a large place in the hearts of many’

03 February 2022

His contributions to science were recognised by the Royal Society’s highest award, the Copley Medal.


Cheffins expands planning expertise with PlanSurv acquisition

15 December 2021
Cheffins expands planning expertise with PlanSurv acquisition

Cheffins expands planning expertise with PlanSurv acquisition

15 December 2021

Deal will increase the planning expertise for existing and potential clients at Cheffins.


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