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Great Kneighton artwork has taken root in the community

Great Kneighton artwork has taken root in the community

Great Kneighton artwork has taken root in the community

12 May 2017

At the heart of the new community in Great Kneighton, a striking sculpture has literally grown from the roots of Hobson's Square.


How Arbury Court neighbourhood centre in Cambridge could look after revamp

How Arbury Court neighbourhood centre in Cambridge could look after revamp

How Arbury Court neighbourhood centre in Cambridge could look after revamp

11 May 2017

Cambridge City Council has unveiled its proposals.


Grant Thornton expert Phil Sharpe on Cambridgeshire business growth and the impact of Brexit

Grant Thornton expert Phil Sharpe on Cambridgeshire business growth and the impact of Brexit

Grant Thornton expert Phil Sharpe on Cambridgeshire business growth and the impact of Brexit

09 May 2017

We get a masterclass in business development from Phil Sharpe, a director in advisory and the growth lead for Grant Thornton in Cambridge.


How Professor Giovanna Mallucci will lead Cambridge fight against dementia

How Professor Giovanna Mallucci will lead Cambridge fight against dementia

How Professor Giovanna Mallucci will lead Cambridge fight against dementia

09 May 2017

An announcement that the University of Cambridge will help form the new £250million UK Dementia Research Institute came on a day that two promising drugs were named as potential treatments.

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BBC announces general election debate from Cambridge

BBC announces general election debate from Cambridge

BBC announces general election debate from Cambridge

08 May 2017

Senior figures from the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP, Plaid Cymru, Green Party and UKIP are expected to take part.


Cambridge students secure place in final of global construction competition

Cambridge students secure place in final of global construction competition

Cambridge students secure place in final of global construction competition

08 May 2017

Two teams of Cambridge Engineering students have achieved second and ninth place in the first phase of a global construction competition, with one team through to the final.


Conservative James Palmer elected as first mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

Conservative James Palmer elected as first mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

Conservative James Palmer elected as first mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

05 May 2017

The Tory candidate beat Liberal Democrat Rod Cantrill into second place


Cambridgeshire County Council election results: Conservatives take control and UKIP wiped out

Cambridgeshire County Council election results: Conservatives take control and UKIP wiped out

Cambridgeshire County Council election results: Conservatives take control and UKIP wiped out

05 May 2017

The county went to the polls yesterday, May 4. The results have now been announced and the Conservatives have taken a majority.


Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

05 May 2017

Custom-made 'toad ladders' have been installed in an area of Cambridge to help the amphibian population escape from potential death-traps.


9-year-old Cambourne schoolboy found in Cambridge after police search

9-year-old Cambourne schoolboy found in Cambridge after police search

9-year-old Cambourne schoolboy found in Cambridge after police search

04 May 2017

A nine-year-old boy reported missing from Cambourne today (Thursday) has been found.


Truth for Giulio campaigners press on for murdered Cambridge PhD student Giulio Regeni

Truth for Giulio campaigners press on for murdered Cambridge PhD student Giulio Regeni

Truth for Giulio campaigners press on for murdered Cambridge PhD student Giulio Regeni

04 May 2017

Giulio's murder also sparked intense campaigning to highlight the issue of forced disappearances in Egypt supported by Amnesty International.


Dying for Life: Cambridge is breaking a taboo to talk death

Dying for Life: Cambridge is breaking a taboo to talk death

Dying for Life: Cambridge is breaking a taboo to talk death

04 May 2017

First there were the Death Cafes, now plans are in place for a festival covering that most taboo of subjects.


Cambridgeshire mayor candidates reveal their plans for their first hundred days

Cambridgeshire mayor candidates reveal their plans for their first hundred days

Cambridgeshire mayor candidates reveal their plans for their first hundred days

03 May 2017

Tomorrow, Thursday May 4, voters will go to the polls to determine who will become the first mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.


Take a trip back in time with Cambridge museum app

Take a trip back in time with Cambridge museum app

Take a trip back in time with Cambridge museum app

03 May 2017

Discover the hidden treasures of the Fitzwilliam museum thanks to a new app


Plans for Great Get-Together in memory of Jo Cox

Plans for Great Get-Together in memory of Jo Cox

Plans for Great Get-Together in memory of Jo Cox

03 May 2017

Cambridge residents are being urged to organise events for The Great Get-Together, a new national initiative organised by the Jo Cox Foundation.


Foodbank use in Cambridge increases by 20% in one year

Foodbank use in Cambridge increases by 20% in one year

Foodbank use in Cambridge increases by 20% in one year

01 May 2017

A charity that runs foodbanks says there has been a 20 per cent increase in demand in Cambridge.


How would Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral candidates boost the economy and solve the region's housing crisis?

How would Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral candidates boost the economy and solve the region's housing crisis?

How would Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral candidates boost the economy and solve the region's housing crisis?

30 April 2017

Which combined authority mayor candidate will you vote for?


How would Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral candidates tackle the region's transport challenge?

How would Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral candidates tackle the region's transport challenge?

How would Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral candidates tackle the region's transport challenge?

29 April 2017

Which combined authority mayor candidate will you vote for?


Hills Road will be open to inbound traffic during City Deal upgrades

Hills Road will be open to inbound traffic during City Deal upgrades

Hills Road will be open to inbound traffic during City Deal upgrades

28 April 2017

The next phase of works is due to begin in June and will include a road closure between Long Road and the Addenbrooke's roundabout for outbound traffic only.


Meet the play specialists at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge

Meet the play specialists at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge

Meet the play specialists at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge

28 April 2017

All done,” five-year-old Jasper Mosedale proudly announces as Charlie the teddy bear has a bandage secured on his paw.


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