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Cambridgeshire parents warned to ‘think carefully’ before sending children into school

Cambridgeshire parents warned to ‘think carefully’ before sending children into school

Cambridgeshire parents warned to ‘think carefully’ before sending children into school

08 January 2021

One Cambridge primary school has seen ten times as many pupils turn up for classroom learning compared with the first lockdown.


‘Why doesn’t Marshall press pause on radar tower testing?’

‘Why doesn’t Marshall press pause on radar tower testing?’

‘Why doesn’t Marshall press pause on radar tower testing?’

08 January 2021

Cllr Nicky Smith reveals disputed mast is not live and advocates outcome based on ‘community values’

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‘Body blow’ as businesses pin lockdown hopes on vaccination success

‘Body blow’ as businesses pin lockdown hopes on vaccination success

‘Body blow’ as businesses pin lockdown hopes on vaccination success

06 January 2021

Government’s hopes pinned on ‘fair wind’ rollout in time for summer


Cambridge leaders decode how new UK/EU trade deal will work in practice

Cambridge leaders decode how new UK/EU trade deal will work in practice

Cambridge leaders decode how new UK/EU trade deal will work in practice

31 December 2020

New year, new era as businesses scramble to be ready for new protocols

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‘No time to plan’: Cambridge business leader’s exasperation at tier 4 announcement

‘No time to plan’: Cambridge business leader’s exasperation at tier 4 announcement

‘No time to plan’: Cambridge business leader’s exasperation at tier 4 announcement

23 December 2020

‘Huge blow’ to post-Christmas trade, says county’s Chamber of Commerce head, John Bridge OBE


Former civil servant Robert Pollock appointed as Cambridge City Council's new chief

Former civil servant Robert Pollock appointed as Cambridge City Council's new chief

Former civil servant Robert Pollock appointed as Cambridge City Council's new chief

19 December 2020

Robert Pollock will join the council in April 2021


South Cambridgeshire District Council commits to £10 per hour minimum wage

South Cambridgeshire District Council commits to £10 per hour minimum wage

South Cambridgeshire District Council commits to £10 per hour minimum wage

11 December 2020

A commitment to pay all directly employed staff, as well as agency workers, at least £10 an hour has been made.

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400 students join rent strike at Cambridge University

400 students join rent strike at Cambridge University

400 students join rent strike at Cambridge University

11 December 2020

Plea for 30 per cent reduction has been successful in Manchester

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Government’s Ten Point Plan ‘doesn’t go far enough to reach 2050 net zero target’, say Cambridge experts

Government’s Ten Point Plan ‘doesn’t go far enough to reach 2050 net zero target’, say Cambridge experts

Government’s Ten Point Plan ‘doesn’t go far enough to reach 2050 net zero target’, say Cambridge experts

09 December 2020

Read the letter business leaders have sent to the Prime Minister in response


How Cambridge is fuelling electric vehicles in run-in to 2030

How Cambridge is fuelling electric vehicles in run-in to 2030

How Cambridge is fuelling electric vehicles in run-in to 2030

05 December 2020

City will help shape response to EV era, say front-seat commentators

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CO2 captured in tiles: Cambridge Carbon Capture pilot under way

CO2 captured in tiles: Cambridge Carbon Capture pilot under way

CO2 captured in tiles: Cambridge Carbon Capture pilot under way

04 December 2020

Trial of revolutionary coversion technology under way


Cambridge MP backs relocation as Marshall radar row escalates

Cambridge MP backs relocation as Marshall radar row escalates

Cambridge MP backs relocation as Marshall radar row escalates

27 November 2020

Two independent enquiries set up as Daniel Zeichner ‘disappointed’ on lack of prior consultation

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Black Friday is target for Extinction Rebellion Cambridge ire

Black Friday is target for Extinction Rebellion Cambridge ire

Black Friday is target for Extinction Rebellion Cambridge ire

26 November 2020

Climate protest group decries reluctance to repair and reuse


The Cambridge independent retailers who are avatars of a sustainable new economy

The Cambridge independent retailers who are avatars of a sustainable new economy

The Cambridge independent retailers who are avatars of a sustainable new economy

22 November 2020

Keeping it local is more fun anyway - and it creates real jobs for people you know and love


Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 welcomed - but Cambridgeshire firm warns of infrastructure challenge

Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 welcomed - but Cambridgeshire firm warns of infrastructure challenge

Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 welcomed - but Cambridgeshire firm warns of infrastructure challenge

18 November 2020

Energy grids are close to capacity, says Ingleton Wood.

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Final call for entries to Cambridge Independent SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2020

Final call for entries to Cambridge Independent SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2020

Final call for entries to Cambridge Independent SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2020

09 November 2020

Entry closes at 3pm on Tuesday November 10.


Furlough scheme extended to end of March 2021

Furlough scheme extended to end of March 2021

Furlough scheme extended to end of March 2021

05 November 2020

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce says businesses “reassured”, but need “12-month plan to end week-to-week reactions”

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Sunak pledges billions to enhance Job Support Scheme grants

Sunak pledges billions to enhance Job Support Scheme grants

Sunak pledges billions to enhance Job Support Scheme grants

22 October 2020

Boost applies to anyone working one day a week or more, with employer paying just 5% of wages


100th cohort of Marshall apprentices given virtual induction

100th cohort of Marshall apprentices given virtual induction

100th cohort of Marshall apprentices given virtual induction

21 October 2020

Cambridge company continues to deliver world-class training


Cambridge People’s Assembly protest ‘Covid outrages’

Cambridge People’s Assembly protest ‘Covid outrages’

Cambridge People’s Assembly protest ‘Covid outrages’

18 October 2020

Campaigners highlight ‘empty promises’ and ‘money for chums’ as part of national campaign

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