Home   Categories   Grid

Subscribe Now

Covid-19 infection rate in Cambridgeshire around highest it has ever been as cases spread rapidly among children

Covid-19 infection rate in Cambridgeshire around highest it has ever been as cases spread rapidly among children

Covid-19 infection rate in Cambridgeshire around highest it has ever been as cases spread rapidly among children

23 October 2021

The county recorded 3,401 cases in seven days.


Cambridge City Council’s next leader Anna Smith: ‘Why I was drawn to life in politics’

Cambridge City Council’s next leader Anna Smith: ‘Why I was drawn to life in politics’

Cambridge City Council’s next leader Anna Smith: ‘Why I was drawn to life in politics’

22 October 2021

Next month, Cllr Anna Smith is due to succeed Lewis Herbert as leader of Cambridge City Council.


Record Covid-19 weekly case numbers seen in multiple areas of Cambridgeshire - in-depth analysis

Record Covid-19 weekly case numbers seen in multiple areas of Cambridgeshire - in-depth analysis

Record Covid-19 weekly case numbers seen in multiple areas of Cambridgeshire - in-depth analysis

16 October 2021

We explore the data by age and location, and look at vaccinations, deaths and hospitalisations.


Chris Packham: ‘My ideal holiday would be a trip to Chernobyl’

Chris Packham: ‘My ideal holiday would be a trip to Chernobyl’

Chris Packham: ‘My ideal holiday would be a trip to Chernobyl’

14 October 2021

The naturalist and BBC Springwatch presenter talks about his photography, mental health and more.

2

Covid-19 cases by age and area of Cambridgeshire, as another 2,500 infections recorded in a week

Covid-19 cases by age and area of Cambridgeshire, as another 2,500 infections recorded in a week

Covid-19 cases by age and area of Cambridgeshire, as another 2,500 infections recorded in a week

09 October 2021

Cases are spreading fast among school-age children.


Interactive exhibition: See how students fused art and science for stunning 2021 PDB Art project

Interactive exhibition: See how students fused art and science for stunning 2021 PDB Art project

Interactive exhibition: See how students fused art and science for stunning 2021 PDB Art project

08 October 2021

Students at The Perse School and The Leys were among those working with the Protein Data Base in Europe, based at EMBL-EBI.


Cambridge ‘will be destroyed by supersizing plans’, says University of Oxford professor

Cambridge ‘will be destroyed by supersizing plans’, says University of Oxford professor

Cambridge ‘will be destroyed by supersizing plans’, says University of Oxford professor

06 October 2021

David Rogers, professor of ecology at Oxford University, is speaking on the subject this week.

8

Meet the four candidates vying to be the next Labour leader of Cambridge City Council

Meet the four candidates vying to be the next Labour leader of Cambridge City Council

Meet the four candidates vying to be the next Labour leader of Cambridge City Council

05 October 2021

Cllr Lewis Herbert will stand down at the end of November.

1

Respiratory viruses pile the pressure on Cambridgeshire’s schools and hospitals

Respiratory viruses pile the pressure on Cambridgeshire’s schools and hospitals

Respiratory viruses pile the pressure on Cambridgeshire’s schools and hospitals

04 October 2021

An increase in respiratory illnesses in children is placing increased pressure on health services and schools in Cambridgeshire.


Cambridgeshire records highest Covid-19 numbers since January, driven by infections in children and 40-somethings

Cambridgeshire records highest Covid-19 numbers since January, driven by infections in children and 40-somethings

Cambridgeshire records highest Covid-19 numbers since January, driven by infections in children and 40-somethings

02 October 2021

But the impact of vaccinations is clear from data on hospitalisations and deaths.


Fuel supply issue expected to ease ‘in days’ amid concern for Cambridgeshire key workers

Fuel supply issue expected to ease ‘in days’ amid concern for Cambridgeshire key workers

Fuel supply issue expected to ease ‘in days’ amid concern for Cambridgeshire key workers

27 September 2021

Lengthy queues have greeted drivers trying to fill up amid a shortage of HGV lorry drivers.


Addenbrooke’s Hospital warns it faces huge demand

Addenbrooke’s Hospital warns it faces huge demand

Addenbrooke’s Hospital warns it faces huge demand

26 September 2021

In this exclusive Q&A, Addenbrooke’s Hospital bosses reveal they are seeing 360 people daily at A&E while Covid wards treat unvaccinated patients.

4

Covid-19 infections in Cambridgeshire by area and age group: Cases rise by a fifth with highest numbers among schoolchildren

Covid-19 infections in Cambridgeshire by area and age group: Cases rise by a fifth with highest numbers among schoolchildren

Covid-19 infections in Cambridgeshire by area and age group: Cases rise by a fifth with highest numbers among schoolchildren

25 September 2021

Find out how your neighbourhood, and different ages, have been affected with our latest detailed look at the coronavirus data.


Several Cambridge petrol stations out of fuel amid HGV driver crisis and warnings over panic buying

Several Cambridge petrol stations out of fuel amid HGV driver crisis and warnings over panic buying

Several Cambridge petrol stations out of fuel amid HGV driver crisis and warnings over panic buying

24 September 2021

Government denies the problems have anything to do with Brexit.

22

20 more views from Cambridge business and community figures on what the workplace means to them

20 more views from Cambridge business and community figures on what the workplace means to them

20 more views from Cambridge business and community figures on what the workplace means to them

22 September 2021

Design and fit-out specialist COEL and business psychologist Kelly Drewery, from Talent Glue, are researching the subject.


Rethink OxCam Arc or you’ll damage nature and climate, say RSPB, Wildlife Trust, CPRE and Woodland Trust

Rethink OxCam Arc or you’ll damage nature and climate, say RSPB, Wildlife Trust, CPRE and Woodland Trust

Rethink OxCam Arc or you’ll damage nature and climate, say RSPB, Wildlife Trust, CPRE and Woodland Trust

19 September 2021

Conservation charities deliver a clear message to the government.


Would £1 bus fares or free travel for young people ease the Greater Cambridge transport challenge?

Would £1 bus fares or free travel for young people ease the Greater Cambridge transport challenge?

Would £1 bus fares or free travel for young people ease the Greater Cambridge transport challenge?

19 September 2021

They were among ideas discussed by the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s joint assembly.

10

Welcome news on Covid-19 cases for each area of Cambridgeshire - but county hits another unwanted pandemic milestone

Welcome news on Covid-19 cases for each area of Cambridgeshire - but county hits another unwanted pandemic milestone

Welcome news on Covid-19 cases for each area of Cambridgeshire - but county hits another unwanted pandemic milestone

18 September 2021

Our detailed weekly look at infection rates in Cambridge and each district, down to a neighbourhood level.


Cambridge road charging ‘needed to tackle deadly pollution curse and congestion’

Cambridge road charging ‘needed to tackle deadly pollution curse and congestion’

Cambridge road charging ‘needed to tackle deadly pollution curse and congestion’

18 September 2021

The Greater Cambridge Partnership joint assembly discussed how a clean air zone and pollution charge could fund better public transport.

38

Top Cambridge vet says Dave the blind wonder dog is a ‘medical mystery’

Top Cambridge vet says Dave the blind wonder dog is a ‘medical mystery’

Top Cambridge vet says Dave the blind wonder dog is a ‘medical mystery’

14 September 2021

University ophthalmologist David Williams bamboozled as border collie with zero vision struts around obstacles – even puddles


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More