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Cambridge remembers local soldiers captured in Singapore during World War II

Cambridge remembers local soldiers captured in Singapore during World War II

Cambridge remembers local soldiers captured in Singapore during World War II

15 February 2017

Camnbridge will today remember the 75th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942


Trumpington Meadows games area officially opens

Trumpington Meadows games area officially opens

Trumpington Meadows games area officially opens

15 February 2017

All-weather basketball and tennis courts, a football pitch, equipped play area and an open grass area open to the general public.


Single vote breaks stalemate over Cambridgeshire council tax increase

Single vote breaks stalemate over Cambridgeshire council tax increase

Single vote breaks stalemate over Cambridgeshire council tax increase

15 February 2017

County councillors gathered in Shire Hall yesterday (Tuesday) to finally agree on the county's budget for the new financial year.


Our hospice appeal will give families gift of time

Our hospice appeal will give families gift of time

Our hospice appeal will give families gift of time

15 February 2017

Today we launch our £87,500 appeal to help establish a new volunteer service that will make a huge difference to the families of children with life-limiting conditions.


A428 dual carriageway to Cambourne closed for the rest of the day

A428 dual carriageway to Cambourne closed for the rest of the day

A428 dual carriageway to Cambourne closed for the rest of the day

13 February 2017

The closure is westbound, due to an accident.


Concern over closure of Cambridge city centre car park

Concern over closure of Cambridge city centre car park

Concern over closure of Cambridge city centre car park

13 February 2017

Traders and restaurateurs in the north of Cambridge city centre have expressed concerns at council plans to redevelop Park Street car park.


Volunteer experts fighting threat to Cambridge's Green Belt

Volunteer experts fighting threat to Cambridge's Green Belt

Volunteer experts fighting threat to Cambridge's Green Belt

13 February 2017

Behind closed doors, a small platoon of volunteers are dedicating their free time to help retain the heritage of historic Cambridge and to protect the surrounding environment.


Smarter Cambridge Transport - We can do better than free P&Rs

Smarter Cambridge Transport - We can do better than free P&Rs

Smarter Cambridge Transport - We can do better than free P&Rs

12 February 2017

Cambridge's MP and all three voting members of the City Deal executive board have called for the £1 parking charge at Park & Ride sites to be removed.


Plans for better commuting from the west of Cambridge are like cracking a nut with a £200m sledgehammer

Plans for better commuting from the west of Cambridge are like cracking a nut with a £200m sledgehammer

Plans for better commuting from the west of Cambridge are like cracking a nut with a £200m sledgehammer

12 February 2017

There is general agreement that bus journeys between Cambourne and Cambridge need to be improved.


Residents' meeting reveals no-one present supports Cambridge City Deal busway

Residents' meeting reveals no-one present supports Cambridge City Deal busway

Residents' meeting reveals no-one present supports Cambridge City Deal busway

11 February 2017

Plans for a new busway plough forward but residents won't take part in workshops to help shape it until their idea is considered.


Cambridgeshire writer of Doctor Who books discusses who should be the next Time Lord

Cambridgeshire writer of Doctor Who books discusses who should be the next Time Lord

Cambridgeshire writer of Doctor Who books discusses who should be the next Time Lord

11 February 2017

So who should be the next Doctor? The best life form for the job, that's who.


Cambridgeshire Tories must show their love for social care on Valentine's Day'

Cambridgeshire Tories must show their love for social care on Valentine's Day'

Cambridgeshire Tories must show their love for social care on Valentine's Day'

11 February 2017

Leader of the Liberal Democrats on Cambridgeshire County Council, writes for the Cambridge Independent on why council tax must rise to ease the NHS crisis.


Cambridge scientists land two of the biggest funding grants ever awarded by Cancer Research UK

Cambridge scientists land two of the biggest funding grants ever awarded by Cancer Research UK

Cambridge scientists land two of the biggest funding grants ever awarded by Cancer Research UK

10 February 2017

Two projects will help fill in the gaps about causes of cancer and advance virtual reality cell study.


Racist sticker man' sentenced for putting anti-semitic stickers on Cambridge synagogue

Racist sticker man' sentenced for putting anti-semitic stickers on Cambridge synagogue

Racist sticker man' sentenced for putting anti-semitic stickers on Cambridge synagogue

10 February 2017

The man, who pleaded guilty to a racially and religiously aggravated public order offence, has been given a community and restraining order.


Lib Dems propose homeless mentor scheme in city budget

Lib Dems propose homeless mentor scheme in city budget

Lib Dems propose homeless mentor scheme in city budget

10 February 2017

The scheme is being championed by a Lib Dem councillor and mother of a former Cambridge rough sleeper.


Actions of disgraced student prompt support for Cambridge homeless services

Actions of disgraced student prompt support for Cambridge homeless services

Actions of disgraced student prompt support for Cambridge homeless services

10 February 2017

Residents and visitors applauded for raising thousands for charity causes in spite of incident.


Labour leaders demand the same social care deal as Surrey after Tory leaked texts

Labour leaders demand the same social care deal as Surrey after Tory leaked texts

Labour leaders demand the same social care deal as Surrey after Tory leaked texts

10 February 2017

As the county council looks to decide on a budget next week, Labour leaders react to ‘sweetheart’ deal.


Government Housing White Paper will not fix broken market say Cambridge councillors

Government Housing White Paper will not fix broken market say Cambridge councillors

Government Housing White Paper will not fix broken market say Cambridge councillors

09 February 2017

Cambridge city's Labour councillors have said the Government's housing strategy is 'a huge disappointment'.


Internet’s ‘Most shared image of 2016’ signed by artist and on sale for Cambridge charity

Internet’s ‘Most shared image of 2016’ signed by artist and on sale for Cambridge charity

Internet’s ‘Most shared image of 2016’ signed by artist and on sale for Cambridge charity

09 February 2017

The Beatles-inspired montage of the celebrities who passed away in 2016 will support Cambridge Convoy Refugee Action Group.


The city needs homes not retail parks say Cambridge Liberal Democrats

The city needs homes not retail parks say Cambridge Liberal Democrats

The city needs homes not retail parks say Cambridge Liberal Democrats

09 February 2017

Lib Dems are calling for Cambridge City Council to invest some of its own money to provide more homes in the city at attractive rents.


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