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Caroline Flack's former dance teacher to launch Cambridge scholarship in her memory

Caroline Flack's former dance teacher to launch Cambridge scholarship in her memory

Caroline Flack's former dance teacher to launch Cambridge scholarship in her memory

21 February 2020

The late TV star's friend and performing arts teacher Theresa Kerr pays tribute to former pupil


Extinction Rebellion plans 24/7 roadblock in Cambridge city centre for half-term

Extinction Rebellion plans 24/7 roadblock in Cambridge city centre for half-term

Extinction Rebellion plans 24/7 roadblock in Cambridge city centre for half-term

13 February 2020

The climate activities will bring a major route into Cambridge to a standstill with a full seven days of blockades

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Dad of toddler who needed lifesaving surgery raises funds for hospital

Dad of toddler who needed lifesaving surgery raises funds for hospital

Dad of toddler who needed lifesaving surgery raises funds for hospital

13 February 2020

Local businessman Joe Hemsley-Rudd is getting on his bike to raise funds for the hospital where his son was treated.


Parents of terminally ill baby left devastated by cruel thieves

Parents of terminally ill baby left devastated by cruel thieves

Parents of terminally ill baby left devastated by cruel thieves

11 February 2020

A Cambridgeshire couple caring for their terminally ill baby son have been devastated by callous thieves who burgled their new home.


‘End procreation to save Earth’, says ARU author in ‘The Ahuman Manifesto’

‘End procreation to save Earth’, says ARU author in ‘The Ahuman Manifesto’

‘End procreation to save Earth’, says ARU author in ‘The Ahuman Manifesto’

05 February 2020

Dr Patricia MacCormack advocates “reduction and eventual absence of humans” in new book

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Dad tells of anguish after anorexia claims daughter

Dad tells of anguish after anorexia claims daughter

Dad tells of anguish after anorexia claims daughter

02 February 2020

He hopes legacy of aspiring Olympic runner, Emma Brown, will be better treatment after five anorexia patients died in the East of England


First Cambridge operation for homelessness patrol

First Cambridge operation for homelessness patrol

First Cambridge operation for homelessness patrol

01 February 2020

Under One Sky Cambridge group meets some of the city’s street characters to hand out clothing, food and gift vouchers


Entrepreneur Peter Dawe creates ‘sleeping bin’ for the homeless

Entrepreneur Peter Dawe creates ‘sleeping bin’ for the homeless

Entrepreneur Peter Dawe creates ‘sleeping bin’ for the homeless

29 January 2020

'A Marmite idea' - millionaire businessman says people are divided on his £100 bin shelters for rough sleepers

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Neighbourhoods across Cambridgeshire to get 60 new police officers

Neighbourhoods across Cambridgeshire to get 60 new police officers

Neighbourhoods across Cambridgeshire to get 60 new police officers

22 January 2020

Thirty new neighbourhood police officers are now settling into their posts following a week of specialist training.

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A Cambridge programme is building a future for women in construction

A Cambridge programme is building a future for women in construction

A Cambridge programme is building a future for women in construction

17 January 2020

Women into Construction is supported by housebuilder Hill and will hold an information event at Cambridge Regional College on January 30.

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Cambridge homes for homeless team composed of unsung heroes

Cambridge homes for homeless team composed of unsung heroes

Cambridge homes for homeless team composed of unsung heroes

16 January 2020

Former Royal Engineer loves being part of modular homes crew


Cambridge stalker given five-year restraining order

Cambridge stalker given five-year restraining order

Cambridge stalker given five-year restraining order

13 January 2020

David Seddon also handed suspended jail term for harassment


Cambridge internet watchdog says it removed 250,000 child sex abuse images on the internet last year

Cambridge internet watchdog says it removed 250,000 child sex abuse images on the internet last year

Cambridge internet watchdog says it removed 250,000 child sex abuse images on the internet last year

11 January 2020

Government needs a 'reality check' says Cambridge based Internet Watch Foundation


Cambridge Shopmobility celebrates extended opening hours

Cambridge Shopmobility celebrates extended opening hours

Cambridge Shopmobility celebrates extended opening hours

10 January 2020

More hours available for users of manual and electric wheelchairs plus mobility scooters


Christmas wedding the bride never thought she would live to enjoy

Christmas wedding the bride never thought she would live to enjoy

Christmas wedding the bride never thought she would live to enjoy

28 December 2019

Double lung transplant patient Pippa Kent feared several times that she would not survive long enough to walk down the aisle

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Homeless woman who gave birth to twins on Cambridge street ‘was offered accommodation’

Homeless woman who gave birth to twins on Cambridge street ‘was offered accommodation’

Homeless woman who gave birth to twins on Cambridge street ‘was offered accommodation’

27 December 2019

A charity page that has so far raised more than £22,000 has paused donations to take advice from authorities

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Mum launches Christmas Tree of Hope in memory of lost children

Mum launches Christmas Tree of Hope in memory of lost children

Mum launches Christmas Tree of Hope in memory of lost children

23 December 2019

A mum has set up a memorial Christmas tree for bereaved families place a special decoration in their child’s memory


Police cordon off part of Cambridge road after reports of a serious sexual assault

Police cordon off part of Cambridge road after reports of a serious sexual assault

Police cordon off part of Cambridge road after reports of a serious sexual assault

16 December 2019

Part of Chesterton Road was sectioned off until 10.30pm while police carried out their investigations


Tiger that killed Rosa King at Hamerton Zoo Park could have wandered free and mauled families, says coroner

Tiger that killed Rosa King at Hamerton Zoo Park could have wandered free and mauled families, says coroner

Tiger that killed Rosa King at Hamerton Zoo Park could have wandered free and mauled families, says coroner

12 December 2019

It was luck that Cicip did not roam outside - and zoo had no firearms to deal with an escaped animal.


Cambridge foundation strike landmark deal in global fight against child sex abuse images

Cambridge foundation strike landmark deal in global fight against child sex abuse images

Cambridge foundation strike landmark deal in global fight against child sex abuse images

12 December 2019

Cambridge's Internet Watch Foundation is to share digital fingerprints of sex abuse images with US internet companies


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