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Plastic fantastic – Cambridge University Varsity football match kit is made from recycled bottles

Plastic fantastic – Cambridge University Varsity football match kit is made from recycled bottles

Plastic fantastic – Cambridge University Varsity football match kit is made from recycled bottles

15 March 2024

The kit to mark the 150th anniversary of the Varsity match is a modern marvel of recycling innovation.


Marshall Aerospace signs up for development of hydrogen-based aircraft

Marshall Aerospace signs up for development of hydrogen-based aircraft

Marshall Aerospace signs up for development of hydrogen-based aircraft

14 March 2024

Consortium includes GKN Aerospace, Parker Meggitt, and three UK universities.


Labour’s green investment climbdown brings Cambridge parents out to protest

Labour’s green investment climbdown brings Cambridge parents out to protest

Labour’s green investment climbdown brings Cambridge parents out to protest

13 March 2024

Mothers CAN and Parents for Future voice concern at Christ’s Pieces.


Anglian Water to invest £50m on tackling sewage spills

Anglian Water to invest £50m on tackling sewage spills

Anglian Water to invest £50m on tackling sewage spills

12 March 2024

It will help create capacity and enable the use of natural solutions like wetlands.


Politicians warn government that Cambridge does not need ‘another layer of bureaucracy’

Politicians warn government that Cambridge does not need ‘another layer of bureaucracy’

Politicians warn government that Cambridge does not need ‘another layer of bureaucracy’

08 March 2024

They say the government should not establish a development corporation to deliver its aims in the city.

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Pavement parking ban set to be trialled in Cambridge

Pavement parking ban set to be trialled in Cambridge

Pavement parking ban set to be trialled in Cambridge

08 March 2024

Any restrictions would be subject to traffic regulation orders (TROs).

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Cambridge MP tells House of Commons bee-killing pesticide is ‘threat to our survival’

Cambridge MP tells House of Commons bee-killing pesticide is ‘threat to our survival’

Cambridge MP tells House of Commons bee-killing pesticide is ‘threat to our survival’

06 March 2024

Government says approval for Cruiser B ‘not taken lightly’.

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Knocking down Cambridge’s Ekin Road estate and redeveloping it ‘is best option’ say independent advisers

Knocking down Cambridge’s Ekin Road estate and redeveloping it ‘is best option’ say independent advisers

Knocking down Cambridge’s Ekin Road estate and redeveloping it ‘is best option’ say independent advisers

01 March 2024

But campaigners are ‘appalled’ by report.


Drivers warn of A14 flooding causing hours of delays

Drivers warn of A14 flooding causing hours of delays

Drivers warn of A14 flooding causing hours of delays

29 February 2024

National Highways admits there is “no estimate” for when flooding will be cleared

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Insight: The websites and data tools we can use to help cut carbon footprints

Insight: The websites and data tools we can use to help cut carbon footprints

Insight: The websites and data tools we can use to help cut carbon footprints

27 February 2024

Cambridge Carbon Footprint:has ideas to help you decarbonise using data.


Ministry of Defence plans solar farm to meet 35% of energy demands from Bassingbourn Barracks

Ministry of Defence plans solar farm to meet 35% of energy demands from Bassingbourn Barracks

Ministry of Defence plans solar farm to meet 35% of energy demands from Bassingbourn Barracks

27 February 2024

It will be the equivalent of taking 652 cars off the road, it says.

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Stretch of River Cam set to receive designated bathing status, government announces

Stretch of River Cam set to receive designated bathing status, government announces

Stretch of River Cam set to receive designated bathing status, government announces

26 February 2024

All residents, bathers, businesses, and organisations are invited to have their say before the consultation closes on 10 March.

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Watch as demolition works resume at Darwin Green development in Cambridge

Watch as demolition works resume at Darwin Green development in Cambridge

Watch as demolition works resume at Darwin Green development in Cambridge

23 February 2024

Diggers have demolished a number of buildings and structures at the site.

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Councillors welcome proposed Airbnb controls as short-term lets ‘eat away at Cambridge’s housing stock’

Councillors welcome proposed Airbnb controls as short-term lets ‘eat away at Cambridge’s housing stock’

Councillors welcome proposed Airbnb controls as short-term lets ‘eat away at Cambridge’s housing stock’

22 February 2024

Concerns have grown over the growth of the short-term letting market in Cambridge.


Demolition works to begin at former Travis Perkins site in Cambridge

Demolition works to begin at former Travis Perkins site in Cambridge

Demolition works to begin at former Travis Perkins site in Cambridge

21 February 2024

Work to get the site ready has already begun.

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In pictures: Anglesey Abbey’s carpet of snowdrops

In pictures: Anglesey Abbey’s carpet of snowdrops

In pictures: Anglesey Abbey’s carpet of snowdrops

21 February 2024

The site has its very own ‘Anglesey Abbey’ snowdrop, but also a number of others with weird and wonderful names.


Seedheart, a ‘moving’ puppet show about the environment, on at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Seedheart, a ‘moving’ puppet show about the environment, on at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Seedheart, a ‘moving’ puppet show about the environment, on at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

21 February 2024

There will be three showings at the site tonight (Wednesday, 21 February).


Garden and woodland birds – winners, losers and invaders

Garden and woodland birds – winners, losers and invaders

Garden and woodland birds – winners, losers and invaders

20 February 2024

Bob Jarman discusses feeding our garden birds and Cambridge sightings.

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Slicing Cambourne to Cambridge busway through Coton Orchard is ‘environmental tragedy’

Slicing Cambourne to Cambridge busway through Coton Orchard is ‘environmental tragedy’

Slicing Cambourne to Cambridge busway through Coton Orchard is ‘environmental tragedy’

18 February 2024

Professor Sir David King visited the orchard.

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Protest against 40C heat by Cambridge activist delayed 4,000 Heathrow passengers, court heard

Protest against 40C heat by Cambridge activist delayed 4,000 Heathrow passengers, court heard

Protest against 40C heat by Cambridge activist delayed 4,000 Heathrow passengers, court heard

17 February 2024

Just Stop Oil’s Cressida Gethin scaled gantry above M25 near airport.


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