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Opinion: University of Cambridge fossil fuel divestment - it’s not about the money...

Opinion: University of Cambridge fossil fuel divestment - it’s not about the money...

Opinion: University of Cambridge fossil fuel divestment - it’s not about the money...

09 October 2020

The Green Party's Jeremy Caddick, who helped to campaign for it, shares his thoughts on why this is an important decision.

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Opinion: 8,000 homes at North East Cambridge will make it double the density of inner London

Opinion: 8,000 homes at North East Cambridge will make it double the density of inner London

Opinion: 8,000 homes at North East Cambridge will make it double the density of inner London

08 September 2020

Yet the new district will not solve city’s housing shortage, argues Smarter Cambridge Transport.

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Camcycle: ‘It’s clear police are not taking Cambridge bike theft seriously enough’

Camcycle: ‘It’s clear police are not taking Cambridge bike theft seriously enough’

Camcycle: ‘It’s clear police are not taking Cambridge bike theft seriously enough’

29 August 2020

Opinion | Roxanne De Beaux says conservative estimates suggest £1.5m worth of bikes are stolen in the county each year.

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The pitfalls of restricting students after GCSE results day

The pitfalls of restricting students after GCSE results day

The pitfalls of restricting students after GCSE results day

19 August 2020

Jo Sale, vice principal, Impington International College, takes a look at the advantages of the International Baccalaureate


E-scooters: transport solution or health and safety hazard?

E-scooters: transport solution or health and safety hazard?

E-scooters: transport solution or health and safety hazard?

15 August 2020

Edward Leigh, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, discusses the 12-month electric scooter trial in Cambridge.

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Could Coldhams Lane campaign kickstart a traffic-free Cambridge?

Could Coldhams Lane campaign kickstart a traffic-free Cambridge?

Could Coldhams Lane campaign kickstart a traffic-free Cambridge?

10 August 2020

Resident Seb Peters on how to protect our way of life from car-maggedon

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How our mayor can help Cambridgeshire fulfil its potential

How our mayor can help Cambridgeshire fulfil its potential

How our mayor can help Cambridgeshire fulfil its potential

10 August 2020

Aidan Van de Weyer, Liberal Democrat prospective mayor, argues we need to push in the same direction

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Mayor James Palmer: ‘We’re ready to take CAM project to the next level’

Mayor James Palmer: ‘We’re ready to take CAM project to the next level’

Mayor James Palmer: ‘We’re ready to take CAM project to the next level’

09 August 2020

An opinion piece by the mayor of the Combined Authority of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

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As students receive IB grades without taking exams, Impington International College says it’s the journey that matters

As students receive IB grades without taking exams, Impington International College says it’s the journey that matters

As students receive IB grades without taking exams, Impington International College says it’s the journey that matters

06 July 2020

An exclusive opinion piece by vice principal Jo Sale


The office in the age of Covid-19: Why we still need it and what to consider

The office in the age of Covid-19: Why we still need it and what to consider

The office in the age of Covid-19: Why we still need it and what to consider

18 June 2020

Cambridge-based office fit-out specialist COEL offers some thoughts on future working practices.


Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

29 April 2020

More planting, shadeways for cyclists and a search for ash trees. The Cambridge Canopy Project has a list of plans to make the city greener.


Coronavirus: How Wood Green is caring for pets and pet owners when they need it most

Coronavirus: How Wood Green is caring for pets and pet owners when they need it most

Coronavirus: How Wood Green is caring for pets and pet owners when they need it most

29 April 2020

The charity is aiding those struggling to afford to feed their pets during the Covid-19 crisis.


Small businesses likely to be hardest hit by the coronavirus, warns Ian Sandison of Cambridge BID

Small businesses likely to be hardest hit by the coronavirus, warns Ian Sandison of Cambridge BID

Small businesses likely to be hardest hit by the coronavirus, warns Ian Sandison of Cambridge BID

20 March 2020

Cashflow is a major challenge for many, he says.


Anthony Browne MP: Police should have upheld law over Extinction Rebellion

Anthony Browne MP: Police should have upheld law over Extinction Rebellion

Anthony Browne MP: Police should have upheld law over Extinction Rebellion

04 March 2020

The South Cambridgeshire Conservative MP writes for the Cambridge Independent.

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Nature notes: Festive flowers, and an early-bird Christmas present

Nature notes: Festive flowers, and an early-bird Christmas present

Nature notes: Festive flowers, and an early-bird Christmas present

23 December 2019

Martin Walters looks at plants which have strong associations with Christmas and spots a rare visitor to the UK - and it's not Santa.


Assessing the environmental credentials of the Combined Authority and GCP

Assessing the environmental credentials of the Combined Authority and GCP

Assessing the environmental credentials of the Combined Authority and GCP

10 September 2019

Tony Eva, of Carbon Neutral Cambridge, examines the importance of two key events taking place this year

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Why we must listen to the next generation in Cambridge on transport

Why we must listen to the next generation in Cambridge on transport

Why we must listen to the next generation in Cambridge on transport

07 September 2019

Opinion by Chris Rand, Smarter Cambridge Transport


Brexit: We must respect democracy, says Tory candidate for South Cambridgeshire

Brexit: We must respect democracy, says Tory candidate for South Cambridgeshire

Brexit: We must respect democracy, says Tory candidate for South Cambridgeshire

31 August 2019

An opinion piece by Anthony Browne

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Insisting on streets fit for purpose

Insisting on streets fit for purpose

Insisting on streets fit for purpose

06 August 2019

Chris Rand, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, visits a new development, and can't believe what he finds


How much does it cost to run a bus?

How much does it cost to run a bus?

How much does it cost to run a bus?

07 July 2019

Edward Leigh, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, considers the real cost of services


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