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Social care workers ‘leaving in droves’, Cambridgeshire County Council hears

Social care workers ‘leaving in droves’, Cambridgeshire County Council hears

Social care workers ‘leaving in droves’, Cambridgeshire County Council hears

10 November 2021

Social care workers are leaving their jobs in “droves” to take up better paid work elsewhere such as delivering for Amazon, councillors have heard.

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Would this get you to give up a car?

Would this get you to give up a car?

Would this get you to give up a car?

09 November 2021

Edward Leigh, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, discusses a scheme from Austriaand compares it to Cambridgeshire’s offering.

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Have your say on plans for improved Greater Cambridge bus service paid for by congestion charge

Have your say on plans for improved Greater Cambridge bus service paid for by congestion charge

Have your say on plans for improved Greater Cambridge bus service paid for by congestion charge

08 November 2021

Residents will also be asked to consider road charging measure options to fund the improved public transport network in the future.

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Diana Ross and Lionel Richie to headline The Cambridge Club Festival 2022

Diana Ross and Lionel Richie to headline The Cambridge Club Festival 2022

Diana Ross and Lionel Richie to headline The Cambridge Club Festival 2022

08 November 2021

They will be joined by Nile Rodgers and Chic.

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Abbeygate House in Cambridge - home to BHF shop - to be demolished and replaced with six-storey building

Abbeygate House in Cambridge - home to BHF shop - to be demolished and replaced with six-storey building

Abbeygate House in Cambridge - home to BHF shop - to be demolished and replaced with six-storey building

08 November 2021

Residents opposite the building in East Road have expressed concerns.

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Cambridge shows solidarity for UK-wide climate justice ‘day of action’

Cambridge shows solidarity for UK-wide climate justice ‘day of action’

Cambridge shows solidarity for UK-wide climate justice ‘day of action’

07 November 2021

COP26 is focus for 1,000 marchers – and in Glasgow, local hero Push describes what he encountered in the Blue Zone

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Global Day of Action for Climate Justice: Environmental groups march in Cambridge with 1km long ‘umbilical cord’

Global Day of Action for Climate Justice: Environmental groups march in Cambridge with 1km long ‘umbilical cord’

Global Day of Action for Climate Justice: Environmental groups march in Cambridge with 1km long ‘umbilical cord’

06 November 2021

The events have been organised by the Cambs COP26 Coalition.

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Collision on A10 at Waterbeach leaves debris strewn across road

Collision on A10 at Waterbeach leaves debris strewn across road

Collision on A10 at Waterbeach leaves debris strewn across road

06 November 2021

This was the scene of the collision - the road has now reopened.


Covid-19 in Cambridgeshire analysed: Overall fall in cases during half-term masks rise among adult and senior age groups

Covid-19 in Cambridgeshire analysed: Overall fall in cases during half-term masks rise among adult and senior age groups

Covid-19 in Cambridgeshire analysed: Overall fall in cases during half-term masks rise among adult and senior age groups

06 November 2021

The figures come after Cambridgeshire was declared an Enhanced Response Area and as hospital chiefs warn of extreme pressure.


Bird keepers in Cambridgeshire required to take action to reduce avian flu risk as prevention zone comes into force in UK

Bird keepers in Cambridgeshire required to take action to reduce avian flu risk as prevention zone comes into force in UK

Bird keepers in Cambridgeshire required to take action to reduce avian flu risk as prevention zone comes into force in UK

05 November 2021

Members of the public are also being asked to report any sightings of dead wild birds.


Prof Jean Abraham discusses progress on personalised breast cancer medicine ahead of CBC on Virtual Tour talk

Prof Jean Abraham discusses progress on personalised breast cancer medicine ahead of CBC on Virtual Tour talk

Prof Jean Abraham discusses progress on personalised breast cancer medicine ahead of CBC on Virtual Tour talk

05 November 2021

‘Seeing patients on a daily basis, you never forget the reason for the research,’ she says.


Feargal Sharkey: ‘Water companies must pay to fix sewage crisis’

Feargal Sharkey: ‘Water companies must pay to fix sewage crisis’

Feargal Sharkey: ‘Water companies must pay to fix sewage crisis’

05 November 2021

Private water companies should pay for upgrades to sewage networks from their profits to solve the problem of their dumping raw human waste in rivers

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10,000 UK volunteers sought for Addenbrooke’s-led personalised breast cancer screening trial

10,000 UK volunteers sought for Addenbrooke’s-led personalised breast cancer screening trial

10,000 UK volunteers sought for Addenbrooke’s-led personalised breast cancer screening trial

05 November 2021

MyPeBs aims to aid detection and involves a saliva sample and a questionnaire.


Addenbrooke’s ‘ceasing to function as a hospital’ and may send patients to Birmingham or London, warns chief executive

Addenbrooke’s ‘ceasing to function as a hospital’ and may send patients to Birmingham or London, warns chief executive

Addenbrooke’s ‘ceasing to function as a hospital’ and may send patients to Birmingham or London, warns chief executive

04 November 2021

Roland Sinker warned: ‘You’d have to be asleep to not realise the profound nature of the crisis we’re in.’

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Cambridge bike thief gets suspended jail sentence and put on ‘accredited thinking skills’ programme

Cambridge bike thief gets suspended jail sentence and put on ‘accredited thinking skills’ programme

Cambridge bike thief gets suspended jail sentence and put on ‘accredited thinking skills’ programme

04 November 2021

James Peyton, 28, of Victoria Road, Cambridge, was caught on CCTV stealing the bikes from Peas Hill, St Andrews Street and Trumpington Street .


ARU’s Creating our Future events tackle three major issues facing society today

ARU’s Creating our Future events tackle three major issues facing society today

ARU’s Creating our Future events tackle three major issues facing society today

04 November 2021

Anglia Ruskin University is hosting a series of free public workshops this month called Creating our Future.


Extinction Rebellion Cambridge blocks Schlumberger site with pink boat

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge blocks Schlumberger site with pink boat

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge blocks Schlumberger site with pink boat

04 November 2021

Climate activists call COP26 a ‘betrayal’ for hosting fossil fuel organisations

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Tributes to Cambridgeshire mother and daughter killed in A421 collision

Tributes to Cambridgeshire mother and daughter killed in A421 collision

Tributes to Cambridgeshire mother and daughter killed in A421 collision

04 November 2021

The family of a mother and daughter who died in a collision on the A421 earlier this week say they are "overcome with sadness and grief".


Fatal crash on guided busway: Independent review into southern section in Cambridge planned

Fatal crash on guided busway: Independent review into southern section in Cambridge planned

Fatal crash on guided busway: Independent review into southern section in Cambridge planned

04 November 2021

It follows the death of a pedestrian three years after a cyclist died on the stretch.

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Addenbrooke’s in crisis: Cambridge hospital forced to cancel operations and ‘may have to restrict access to care’

Addenbrooke’s in crisis: Cambridge hospital forced to cancel operations and ‘may have to restrict access to care’

Addenbrooke’s in crisis: Cambridge hospital forced to cancel operations and ‘may have to restrict access to care’

04 November 2021

A lack of beds means it is calling off ‘the sort of cases we would never imagine cancelling’.

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