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Gallery: University of Cambridge resumes in-person graduation ceremonies

Gallery: University of Cambridge resumes in-person graduation ceremonies

Gallery: University of Cambridge resumes in-person graduation ceremonies

05 July 2021

Students from 29 colleges will graduate over four days at the 18th-century Senate House.


Covid-19 patient who broke record for length of time on artificial lung at Royal Papworth can’t wait to hug his children

Covid-19 patient who broke record for length of time on artificial lung at Royal Papworth can’t wait to hug his children

Covid-19 patient who broke record for length of time on artificial lung at Royal Papworth can’t wait to hug his children

02 July 2021

Rajinder Singh, 38, spent 142 days in critical care at the Cambridge hospital.


Cambridge charity unearths signed picture of Princess Diana with hopes to raise thousands of pounds at auction

Cambridge charity unearths signed picture of Princess Diana with hopes to raise thousands of pounds at auction

Cambridge charity unearths signed picture of Princess Diana with hopes to raise thousands of pounds at auction

01 July 2021

The Princess of Wales would have turned 60 on July 1.


South Cambs Community Safety Partnership offers free toolkit to help care for the community

South Cambs Community Safety Partnership offers free toolkit to help care for the community

South Cambs Community Safety Partnership offers free toolkit to help care for the community

25 June 2021

The toolkit is to help local people keep caring for their community as the pressures of the pandemic ease.


Winged sculpture offers Solace at Ely Cathedral

Winged sculpture offers Solace at Ely Cathedral

Winged sculpture offers Solace at Ely Cathedral

25 June 2021

A glass sculpture depicting ‘angel’ wings titled Solace has been temporarily installed as a memorial to the pandemic.


Inspired by Jack Merritt: Cows about Cambridge art that shows the value of learning in prisons

Inspired by Jack Merritt: Cows about Cambridge art that shows the value of learning in prisons

Inspired by Jack Merritt: Cows about Cambridge art that shows the value of learning in prisons

24 June 2021

Among the large cow sculptures on the trail is one inspired by Jack Merritt, who was killed in the Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack.


Cambridge doctor leads trial on whether a tapeworm drug can protect kidney patients from Covid-19

Cambridge doctor leads trial on whether a tapeworm drug can protect kidney patients from Covid-19

Cambridge doctor leads trial on whether a tapeworm drug can protect kidney patients from Covid-19

24 June 2021

The clinical trial is rolling out to more than 40 hospitals across the UK.


Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, becomes a Big Issue vendor in Cambridge for a day

Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, becomes a Big Issue vendor in Cambridge for a day

Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, becomes a Big Issue vendor in Cambridge for a day

21 June 2021

He tried to persuade the public to purchase a magazine from him, alongside local vendor Lee Welham at his pitch outside the Round Church.


‘This won’t be a country park, it’s a concrete park’

‘This won’t be a country park, it’s a concrete park’

‘This won’t be a country park, it’s a concrete park’

18 June 2021

Residents living close to where an urban country park and commercial complex are planned say they feel “blindsided’’ by developers.

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Long Covid patient in Cambridge tells how simple treatment took her from being almost paralysed to riding a bike in days

Long Covid patient in Cambridge tells how simple treatment took her from being almost paralysed to riding a bike in days

Long Covid patient in Cambridge tells how simple treatment took her from being almost paralysed to riding a bike in days

17 June 2021

Adelina Chalmers thought she was dying - and then examined her blood test results.

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Jeremy Corbyn addresses the Cambridge Union

Jeremy Corbyn addresses the Cambridge Union

Jeremy Corbyn addresses the Cambridge Union

11 June 2021

The former leader of the opposition was interviewed by Union president, Joel Rosen, and also fielded questions from students on Thursday, June 10.

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First of five new hospital wards opens to patients at Addenbrooke’s in Cambridge

First of five new hospital wards opens to patients at Addenbrooke’s in Cambridge

First of five new hospital wards opens to patients at Addenbrooke’s in Cambridge

07 June 2021

Ward T2 is one of five wards being built in the coming year which will add an extra 116 beds to the site.


Hear how North Cambridge has been represented through song and verse

Hear how North Cambridge has been represented through song and verse

Hear how North Cambridge has been represented through song and verse

05 June 2021

Led by composer and artist Emily Peasgood, the project tells stories from the many communities in and around the area.


Kevin Clements named director of fundraising at Each

Kevin Clements named director of fundraising at Each

Kevin Clements named director of fundraising at Each

04 June 2021

The University of East Anglia graduate joins Each from a similar position at national youth homelessness charity Depaul UK.


Deer rescued from the River Cam in Cambridge

Deer rescued from the River Cam in Cambridge

Deer rescued from the River Cam in Cambridge

02 June 2021

Omar Terywall, known for his work with the Stolen Bikes in Cambridge Facebook group, was one of those who helped get the animal to safety.


Interview: Ann Widdecombe takes part in Cambridge Union abortion debate

Interview: Ann Widdecombe takes part in Cambridge Union abortion debate

Interview: Ann Widdecombe takes part in Cambridge Union abortion debate

28 May 2021

The former MP spoke to the Cambridge Independent following the debate ‘This House believes nothing should impede a woman’s right to choose’.

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World-first Covid-19 vaccine booster study launches in Eastern region

World-first Covid-19 vaccine booster study launches in Eastern region

World-first Covid-19 vaccine booster study launches in Eastern region

21 May 2021

The Cov-Boost study will be run at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH).

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Lida Kindersley: a life engraved in stone

Lida Kindersley: a life engraved in stone

Lida Kindersley: a life engraved in stone

21 May 2021

After falling in love at first sight with an artist who would be a mentor and her husband, Lida Kindersley has dedicated her life to letter cutting.


Young designer scoops prize for Cambridge Children’s Network logo

Young designer scoops prize for Cambridge Children’s Network logo

Young designer scoops prize for Cambridge Children’s Network logo

19 May 2021

Gemma Cannizzo, 11, beat almost 250 other entrants.


East Anglian Air Ambulance launches urgent appeal to carry blood

East Anglian Air Ambulance launches urgent appeal to carry blood

East Anglian Air Ambulance launches urgent appeal to carry blood

17 May 2021

The appeal is to enable the life-saving service to permanently carry blood on board its helicopters and rapid response vehicles.

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