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Vegan or plant-based: What’s the difference and does it matter?

09 March 2021
Vegan or plant-based: What’s the difference and does it matter?

Vegan or plant-based: What’s the difference and does it matter?

09 March 2021

Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory restaurant in Cambridge, discusses what these terms mean.

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Cambridge Stand Up to Racism to 'take the knee' this weekend

05 March 2021
Cambridge Stand Up to Racism to 'take the knee' this weekend

Cambridge Stand Up to Racism to 'take the knee' this weekend

05 March 2021

The group will kneel in solidarity with footballers and others who are continuing to take a stand against racism.

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Budget 2021: The essential guide, from the tax team at PEM in Cambridge

05 March 2021
Budget 2021: The essential guide, from the tax team at PEM in Cambridge

Budget 2021: The essential guide, from the tax team at PEM in Cambridge

05 March 2021

Find out what the Chancellor’s announcements mean for you.


‘Farmgate report must be published’

04 March 2021
‘Farmgate report must be published’

‘Farmgate report must be published’

04 March 2021

Cambridgeshire County Council has been urged to release details of a report about the tenancy of a council-owned farm given to its deputy leader.


The 2021 Budget at a glance

03 March 2021
The 2021 Budget at a glance

The 2021 Budget at a glance

03 March 2021

The key points from Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announcement on March 3.


Design the Future Workplace competition winners and their work revealed

03 March 2021
Design the Future Workplace competition winners and their work revealed

Design the Future Workplace competition winners and their work revealed

03 March 2021

We teamed up with COEL, Allia Future Business Centre, Bidwells and Cambridge Science Centre for the contest.


Police called to report of weapon at Trumpington skate park

25 February 2021
Police called to report of weapon at Trumpington skate park

Police called to report of weapon at Trumpington skate park

25 February 2021

A call suggested a screwdriver had been wielded.


Boris Johnson sets outs four-stage plan to ease England out of lockdown

22 February 2021
Boris Johnson sets outs four-stage plan to ease England out of lockdown

Boris Johnson sets outs four-stage plan to ease England out of lockdown

22 February 2021

Pupils will return to England’s classrooms on March 8 in the first stage of a plan that will take until the summer.

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Newmarket Road in Cambridge to be closed to cars, cyclists and pedestrians for a week

22 February 2021
Newmarket Road in Cambridge to be closed to cars, cyclists and pedestrians for a week

Newmarket Road in Cambridge to be closed to cars, cyclists and pedestrians for a week

22 February 2021

It comes as construction begins on an underpass for the Chisholm Trail project.

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Covid-19 vaccines ‘cut risk of people being admitted to hospital by up to 94%’

22 February 2021
Covid-19 vaccines ‘cut risk of people being admitted to hospital by up to 94%’

Covid-19 vaccines ‘cut risk of people being admitted to hospital by up to 94%’

22 February 2021

The data is the first to examine the impact of first doses.


Cambridge Union debates whether China is 'more a threat than an opportunity'

19 February 2021
Cambridge Union debates whether China is 'more a threat than an opportunity'

Cambridge Union debates whether China is 'more a threat than an opportunity'

19 February 2021

On Thursday, February 18, the Cambridge Union hosted a virtual debate on the motion ‘This House believes China is more a threat than an opportunity’.

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Government looking at coronavirus testing for pupils to allow return to school

18 February 2021
Government looking at coronavirus testing for pupils to allow return to school

Government looking at coronavirus testing for pupils to allow return to school

18 February 2021

The Government is looking at how coronavirus testing of school pupils could help the return to the classroom, a health minister has confirmed.


Cambridge Festival asks: can robots ever truly mimic humans?

18 February 2021
Cambridge Festival asks: can robots ever truly mimic humans?

Cambridge Festival asks: can robots ever truly mimic humans?

18 February 2021

A series of fascinating events can be viewed online by anyone anywhere in the world during the inaugural Cambridge Festival (March 26 – April 4).


Public’s views sought on depot site in Devonshire Road, Cambridge

18 February 2021
Public’s views sought on depot site in Devonshire Road, Cambridge

Public’s views sought on depot site in Devonshire Road, Cambridge

18 February 2021

Developer First Base is inviting people to share their views on the future of the Travis Perkins depot site on Devonshire Road.


Joe Perry survives fightback to progress in Welsh Open

16 February 2021
Joe Perry survives fightback to progress in Welsh Open

Joe Perry survives fightback to progress in Welsh Open

16 February 2021

Cambridgeshire-based potter wins in deciding frame


Swift justice after restaurant burglary in Cambridge

16 February 2021
Swift justice after restaurant burglary in Cambridge

Swift justice after restaurant burglary in Cambridge

16 February 2021

A man has been jailed a day after targeting a Market Hill pizza outlet.


Stagecoach East’s electric buses clock up 50,000 miles around Cambridge in their first year

15 February 2021
Stagecoach East’s electric buses clock up 50,000 miles around Cambridge in their first year

Stagecoach East’s electric buses clock up 50,000 miles around Cambridge in their first year

15 February 2021

They can travel 160 miles between a full charge

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Cambridge imam says Covid-19 vaccine myths have nothing to do with Islam

11 February 2021
Cambridge imam says Covid-19 vaccine myths have nothing to do with Islam

Cambridge imam says Covid-19 vaccine myths have nothing to do with Islam

11 February 2021

Imam Muhammad Amir Karim, of the Abu Bakr Mosque on Mawson Road, urges people not to believe sensationalist stories.


Neighbour found guilty of murdering Katy Sprague in Cambridge

10 February 2021
Neighbour found guilty of murdering Katy Sprague in Cambridge

Neighbour found guilty of murdering Katy Sprague in Cambridge

10 February 2021

Zac Jackson, 38, of Coleridge Road, had warned he was going to strangle her.


Ten ways Cambridge City Council and partners are taking action to tackle the climate change emergency

10 February 2021
Ten ways Cambridge City Council and partners are taking action to tackle the climate change emergency

Ten ways Cambridge City Council and partners are taking action to tackle the climate change emergency

10 February 2021

Cllr Rosy Moore explains what

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