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Young woman tells councillors of abuse in children’s home and how she became homeless at 13

Young woman tells councillors of abuse in children’s home and how she became homeless at 13

Young woman tells councillors of abuse in children’s home and how she became homeless at 13

23 February 2024

City councillors voted to recognise care experience as a protected characteristic.


What’s on for February half-term 2024 in the Cambridge area – including Twilight at the Museums

What’s on for February half-term 2024 in the Cambridge area – including Twilight at the Museums

What’s on for February half-term 2024 in the Cambridge area – including Twilight at the Museums

16 February 2024

Our guide to family events for the week.


Revealed: £2 visitor levy proposed for those staying overnight in Cambridge to boost investment

Revealed: £2 visitor levy proposed for those staying overnight in Cambridge to boost investment

Revealed: £2 visitor levy proposed for those staying overnight in Cambridge to boost investment

16 February 2024

The city could be one of the first in the UK to impose a ‘tourist tax’ style charge.

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Cambridge games company Jagex acquired by CVC Capital Partners and Haveli Investments

Cambridge games company Jagex acquired by CVC Capital Partners and Haveli Investments

Cambridge games company Jagex acquired by CVC Capital Partners and Haveli Investments

09 February 2024

The RuneScape creator says new owners will help it create more ‘forever games’.


Comedian Chloe Petts: ‘I love being called ‘boss man’ in the fried chicken shop’

Comedian Chloe Petts: ‘I love being called ‘boss man’ in the fried chicken shop’

Comedian Chloe Petts: ‘I love being called ‘boss man’ in the fried chicken shop’

09 February 2024

She’s heading to Cambridge Junction.


Mayoral precept to triple – and council leader fumes that devolution should not be a ‘new excuse to tax local people’

Mayoral precept to triple – and council leader fumes that devolution should not be a ‘new excuse to tax local people’

Mayoral precept to triple – and council leader fumes that devolution should not be a ‘new excuse to tax local people’

05 February 2024

Mayor Dr Nik Johnson says £11m raised will fund buses.

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Cambridge gridlocked: Frustration grows at ‘unprecedented’ levels of roadworks

Cambridge gridlocked: Frustration grows at ‘unprecedented’ levels of roadworks

Cambridge gridlocked: Frustration grows at ‘unprecedented’ levels of roadworks

02 February 2024

Miles of tailbacks affect commuters, bus users and cyclists in city.

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Alarm over damp and mould in Cambridge’s older council homes

Alarm over damp and mould in Cambridge’s older council homes

Alarm over damp and mould in Cambridge’s older council homes

31 January 2024

The Lib Dem opposition say those living in older council homes are being left behind.


Anglian Water hits back at claims newly-planted trees at proposed sewage works won’t survive

Anglian Water hits back at claims newly-planted trees at proposed sewage works won’t survive

Anglian Water hits back at claims newly-planted trees at proposed sewage works won’t survive

18 January 2024

It pledged there would be no repeat of the A14 tree deaths.


‘Colossal’ study of ancient human DNA reveals startling reason why northern Europe has highest rate of MS

‘Colossal’ study of ancient human DNA reveals startling reason why northern Europe has highest rate of MS

‘Colossal’ study of ancient human DNA reveals startling reason why northern Europe has highest rate of MS

18 January 2024

Co-led by University of Cambridge’s Prof Eske Willerslev, the findings are based on humans that lived up to 34,000 years ago.


150,000 homes for Cambridge? What is Michael Gove talking about?

150,000 homes for Cambridge? What is Michael Gove talking about?

150,000 homes for Cambridge? What is Michael Gove talking about?

07 January 2024

Opinion | James Littlewood, chief executive of Cambridge Past, Present & Future, writes for the Cambridge Independent about

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Human anti-ageing interventions ‘could appear in next decade’ says University of Cambridge researcher

Human anti-ageing interventions ‘could appear in next decade’ says University of Cambridge researcher

Human anti-ageing interventions ‘could appear in next decade’ says University of Cambridge researcher

05 January 2024

Cambridge researchers are stepping up efforts to increase human ‘healthspan’.

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The top 50 movies of 2023 – Part I, with trailers

The top 50 movies of 2023 – Part I, with trailers

The top 50 movies of 2023 – Part I, with trailers

03 January 2024

Our film critic, Mark Walsh, discusses his choice of the best films of the year.


Cambridgeshire’s top 100 companies in 2023 revealed – along with 50 most profitable and 50 fastest-growing

Cambridgeshire’s top 100 companies in 2023 revealed – along with 50 most profitable and 50 fastest-growing

Cambridgeshire’s top 100 companies in 2023 revealed – along with 50 most profitable and 50 fastest-growing

01 January 2024

Grant Thornton’s annual Cambridgeshire Limited report analyses business performance in the county.

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National Trust sounds alarm for wildlife after disrupted weather patterns of 2023

National Trust sounds alarm for wildlife after disrupted weather patterns of 2023

National Trust sounds alarm for wildlife after disrupted weather patterns of 2023

31 December 2023

It proved a good year for butterflies at Wimpole and Anglesey – but there were losers too.

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New Year Honours 2024: All of those honoured in Cambridgeshire, including Cambridge scientists, business leaders, musicians and community stalwarts

New Year Honours 2024: All of those honoured in Cambridgeshire, including Cambridge scientists, business leaders, musicians and community stalwarts

New Year Honours 2024: All of those honoured in Cambridgeshire, including Cambridge scientists, business leaders, musicians and community stalwarts

29 December 2023

There are honours for Prof Ann Prentice, Dr Stephen Brierley, Joan Winterkorn and many others.


Sharon Livermore made MBE for services to victims of domestic abuse after her own experience

Sharon Livermore made MBE for services to victims of domestic abuse after her own experience

Sharon Livermore made MBE for services to victims of domestic abuse after her own experience

29 December 2023

‘I felt completely overwhelmed’ she said on hearing of the honour.


Daughter pleads for people to join stem cell donor register and help save her dad

Daughter pleads for people to join stem cell donor register and help save her dad

Daughter pleads for people to join stem cell donor register and help save her dad

29 December 2023

The 69-year-old was fit and well until November, when he was struck down with acute myeloid leukaemia.

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National Trust hopes for more than two turtle doves in extension to Wicken Fen nature reserve

National Trust hopes for more than two turtle doves in extension to Wicken Fen nature reserve

National Trust hopes for more than two turtle doves in extension to Wicken Fen nature reserve

29 December 2023

The birds have been in sharp decline in the UK since the 1970s.


Four-day week impacting training at South Cambridgeshire District Council, peer review finds

Four-day week impacting training at South Cambridgeshire District Council, peer review finds

Four-day week impacting training at South Cambridgeshire District Council, peer review finds

22 December 2023

Council praised for positive culture – but there were concerns over working arrangements.

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