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Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital completes 350 robotic-arm assisted operations

Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital completes 350 robotic-arm assisted operations

Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital completes 350 robotic-arm assisted operations

13 May 2021

It uses the system for partial knee and total hip replacement procedures.


McDonald’s Free Fun Football is back in Cambridge

McDonald’s Free Fun Football is back in Cambridge

McDonald’s Free Fun Football is back in Cambridge

05 May 2021

There are still spaces available at this weekend’s session on Saturday (May 8) from 11.30am to 12.30pm.


Stretten Avenue community pulls together to create ‘smallest’ park in Cambridge

Stretten Avenue community pulls together to create ‘smallest’ park in Cambridge

Stretten Avenue community pulls together to create ‘smallest’ park in Cambridge

29 April 2021

A team of volunteers is renovating the empty space, on the corner of St Luke’s Church car park, where the recycling centre has recently been removed.


Moss & Rose ready for start of a vintage pop-up summer

Moss & Rose ready for start of a vintage pop-up summer

Moss & Rose ready for start of a vintage pop-up summer

18 April 2021

Clothing and accessories range is taken by caravan to festivals and events


Cambridge photo diarist Sir Cam: ‘We live in an amazingly beautiful city’

Cambridge photo diarist Sir Cam: ‘We live in an amazingly beautiful city’

Cambridge photo diarist Sir Cam: ‘We live in an amazingly beautiful city’

17 April 2021

Whatever is going on in the city, you can be certain that the intrepid photojournalist will be there to cover it.


In pictures: Cambridge streets busy once more as shops and pubs reopen

In pictures: Cambridge streets busy once more as shops and pubs reopen

In pictures: Cambridge streets busy once more as shops and pubs reopen

14 April 2021

Monday (April 12) saw the easing of national Covid restrictions.


Death of Prince Philip: From devotion to the Queen to Naval service - how the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered

Death of Prince Philip: From devotion to the Queen to Naval service - how the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered

Death of Prince Philip: From devotion to the Queen to Naval service - how the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered

09 April 2021

The duke’s devotion to the Queen was one of his many qualities, but he will be remembered for so much more.


Lord Simon Woolley to become first black man to head up a University of Cambridge college after appointment at Homerton

Lord Simon Woolley to become first black man to head up a University of Cambridge college after appointment at Homerton

Lord Simon Woolley to become first black man to head up a University of Cambridge college after appointment at Homerton

02 April 2021

The former equality and human rights commissioner will become principal on October 1.


What not to say to friends facing infertility

What not to say to friends facing infertility

What not to say to friends facing infertility

01 April 2021

The Full Stop podcast was set up by friends who are involuntarily childless and wanted to offer support to those facing the same experiences.

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Cambridge's C3 Church to make a cross in the sky this Good Friday

Cambridge's C3 Church to make a cross in the sky this Good Friday

Cambridge's C3 Church to make a cross in the sky this Good Friday

31 March 2021

A plane will fly over the city this Good Friday and write a sign in the sky (cross = love) to share the message of Easter.


Cambridge Union debates whether ‘silence is complicity’ in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests

Cambridge Union debates whether ‘silence is complicity’ in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests

Cambridge Union debates whether ‘silence is complicity’ in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests

05 March 2021

On Thursday, March 4, the Union hosted a virtual debate on the motion ‘This House believes silence is complicity’.

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Cambridge Stand Up to Racism to 'take the knee' this weekend

Cambridge Stand Up to Racism to 'take the knee' this weekend

Cambridge Stand Up to Racism to 'take the knee' this weekend

05 March 2021

The group will kneel in solidarity with footballers and others who are continuing to take a stand against racism.

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25 highlights from the Cambridge Festival

25 highlights from the Cambridge Festival

25 highlights from the Cambridge Festival

04 March 2021

A fantastic new programme of online events begins later this month.


Ely litter pickers unite to clean up the city

Ely litter pickers unite to clean up the city

Ely litter pickers unite to clean up the city

03 March 2021

The Ely Litter Pickers is a Facebook group consisting of concerned Ely residents.

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Interview: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Louise Hulland

Interview: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Louise Hulland

Interview: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Louise Hulland

27 February 2021

The presenter, broadcaster and author is on air two mornings a week.


Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

25 February 2021

The novelist came to the rescue of the swan last week after it had wandered into the middle of a busy road.


Catch Hannah Gordon, a Newmarket-based mechanic, on Channel 4's Mend It for Money

Catch Hannah Gordon, a Newmarket-based mechanic, on Channel 4's Mend It for Money

Catch Hannah Gordon, a Newmarket-based mechanic, on Channel 4's Mend It for Money

24 February 2021

The 34-year-old, who previously lived in Cambridge, will appear on this evening's episode (February 24) at 5pm.


Cambridgeshire man and his friend plan global 'walk from home'

Cambridgeshire man and his friend plan global 'walk from home'

Cambridgeshire man and his friend plan global 'walk from home'

20 February 2021

Oakington man Mark Woods-Nunn and adventurer James Ketchell have rebooted their charity walk.


Shahida Rahman interview: 'My mother may have been the first Bengali woman in Cambridge'

Shahida Rahman interview: 'My mother may have been the first Bengali woman in Cambridge'

Shahida Rahman interview: 'My mother may have been the first Bengali woman in Cambridge'

20 February 2021

Writer Shahida Rahman discusses the Bangladeshi community in Cambridge, in a year that marks the 50th anniversary of the country’s independence.


Public’s views sought on depot site in Devonshire Road, Cambridge

Public’s views sought on depot site in Devonshire Road, Cambridge

Public’s views sought on depot site in Devonshire Road, Cambridge

18 February 2021

Developer First Base is inviting people to share their views on the future of the Travis Perkins depot site on Devonshire Road.


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