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Spitfire lost for almost 50 years will be back flying at IWM Duxford

Spitfire lost for almost 50 years will be back flying at IWM Duxford

Spitfire lost for almost 50 years will be back flying at IWM Duxford

19 May 2022

Built at Southampton in 1939, this Supermarine Spitfire Mark 1a was issued to No 19 Squadron at RAF Duxford in April 1940.


Only remaining Victor aircraft of its kind to go on display at IWM Duxford

Only remaining Victor aircraft of its kind to go on display at IWM Duxford

Only remaining Victor aircraft of its kind to go on display at IWM Duxford

19 April 2022

The Handley Page Victor XH648, an historic jet-powered strategic bomber, has undergone a five-year restoration.

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Cambridge4Ukraine co-founder: ‘I phone my parents every day... each time I wonder whether it will be the last time’

Cambridge4Ukraine co-founder: ‘I phone my parents every day... each time I wonder whether it will be the last time’

Cambridge4Ukraine co-founder: ‘I phone my parents every day... each time I wonder whether it will be the last time’

15 April 2022

We’re pouring our energy into resisting the war, says Anatolii Pavloskyi.


Marshall Aerospace installs cockpit protection for NATO Super Hercules fleet

Marshall Aerospace installs cockpit protection for NATO Super Hercules fleet

Marshall Aerospace installs cockpit protection for NATO Super Hercules fleet

24 March 2022

Tool-free insulation design protects against small arms fire


Revealed: The extraordinary reason why a bomb squad was called to Cambridge and a 100m cordon thrown up

Revealed: The extraordinary reason why a bomb squad was called to Cambridge and a 100m cordon thrown up

Revealed: The extraordinary reason why a bomb squad was called to Cambridge and a 100m cordon thrown up

24 March 2022

An EOD team was called to Chesterton Road on March 23..


Chef Steven Saunders and The Willow Tree owner work on campaign to help Ukrainian refugees

Chef Steven Saunders and The Willow Tree owner work on campaign to help Ukrainian refugees

Chef Steven Saunders and The Willow Tree owner work on campaign to help Ukrainian refugees

13 March 2022

They will help them find new homes and jobs within the UK’s hospitality industry.


Guinevere Glasfurd: ‘Why I booked an Airbnb room in Ukraine’

Guinevere Glasfurd: ‘Why I booked an Airbnb room in Ukraine’

Guinevere Glasfurd: ‘Why I booked an Airbnb room in Ukraine’

11 March 2022

The author discusses another way to help people in the country.


‘Is Putin insane – or ill?’ Cambridge emergency debate on Ukraine asks

‘Is Putin insane – or ill?’ Cambridge emergency debate on Ukraine asks

‘Is Putin insane – or ill?’ Cambridge emergency debate on Ukraine asks

01 March 2022

Panel at Centre for Geopolitics suggest dangers loom as Russian invasion ‘driven by emotional triggers’

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‘Keeping peace in Europe is gone’ says Ukrainian finance professor at Cambridge University as protesters get raucous

‘Keeping peace in Europe is gone’ says Ukrainian finance professor at Cambridge University as protesters get raucous

‘Keeping peace in Europe is gone’ says Ukrainian finance professor at Cambridge University as protesters get raucous

26 February 2022

Prof Andrei Kirilenko adds: ‘Transparency is now the best plan of action’ following unprovoked Russian invasion

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RAF Mildenhall planes support Ukraine operations as PM warns Putin’s ambitions may go further

RAF Mildenhall planes support Ukraine operations as PM warns Putin’s ambitions may go further

RAF Mildenhall planes support Ukraine operations as PM warns Putin’s ambitions may go further

25 February 2022

A gathering in Cambridge shows support for those affected by the invasion.

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Invasion of Ukraine: ‘Friends are deciding whether to flee or take shelter’

Invasion of Ukraine: ‘Friends are deciding whether to flee or take shelter’

Invasion of Ukraine: ‘Friends are deciding whether to flee or take shelter’

24 February 2022

Cambridge academic Dr Rory Finnin has been trying to contact friends and loved ones in Ukraine following the horrific bombardment of the country


Remembrance Sunday in pictures: Cambridge mayor welcomes return of in-person services as fallen are remembered

Remembrance Sunday in pictures: Cambridge mayor welcomes return of in-person services as fallen are remembered

Remembrance Sunday in pictures: Cambridge mayor welcomes return of in-person services as fallen are remembered

14 November 2021

Cllr Russ McPherson played the bagpipes on the parade to the war memorial.


Remembrance Sunday: Our guide to events in Cambridge, Ely and across South Cambridgeshire

Remembrance Sunday: Our guide to events in Cambridge, Ely and across South Cambridgeshire

Remembrance Sunday: Our guide to events in Cambridge, Ely and across South Cambridgeshire

12 November 2021

The county will fall silent to remember the fallen.


Knitted poppies to adorn two Cambridgeshire war memorials

Knitted poppies to adorn two Cambridgeshire war memorials

Knitted poppies to adorn two Cambridgeshire war memorials

12 November 2021

Residents of Waterbeach and Landbeach spent the lockdowns knitting and crocheting 5,000 Remembrance poppies.


Tribute paid to army veteran with ‘heart of a lion’ who died after collision on A505 at Whittlesford

Tribute paid to army veteran with ‘heart of a lion’ who died after collision on A505 at Whittlesford

Tribute paid to army veteran with ‘heart of a lion’ who died after collision on A505 at Whittlesford

03 November 2021

A motorcyclist who died after a collision on the A505 at Whittlesford has been named by police as army veteran Pete Tunstall.


Cambridgeshire Regiment prisoners of war remembered at plaque unveiling

Cambridgeshire Regiment prisoners of war remembered at plaque unveiling

Cambridgeshire Regiment prisoners of war remembered at plaque unveiling

05 October 2021

Tribute was paid to the regiment’s WW II Far East Prisoners of War (FEPOWs) last Sunday (October 3) with a plaque dedicated to their Yasume Club.


Homes found in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire for refugees from Afghanistan

Homes found in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire for refugees from Afghanistan

Homes found in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire for refugees from Afghanistan

08 September 2021

Councils are working together to offer homes and support to refugees from Afghanistan.

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The West’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been shameful but we must not give up

The West’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been shameful but we must not give up

The West’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been shameful but we must not give up

26 August 2021

Opinion | South Cambridgeshire MP Anthony Browne writes for the Cambridge Independent


Where and when to see RAF Puma helicopters’ anniversary flypast on July 7 - with flightmaps

Where and when to see RAF Puma helicopters’ anniversary flypast on July 7 - with flightmaps

Where and when to see RAF Puma helicopters’ anniversary flypast on July 7 - with flightmaps

07 July 2021

They will be heading over Cambridgeshire on Wednesday.


Thermoteknix secures £3.2m contract with Ministry of Defence to supply infrared thermal imaging technology to Army

Thermoteknix secures £3.2m contract with Ministry of Defence to supply infrared thermal imaging technology to Army

Thermoteknix secures £3.2m contract with Ministry of Defence to supply infrared thermal imaging technology to Army

17 June 2021

Its clip-on system fuses thermal and night vision technology.


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