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Pupils to go on school strike in Cambridge as climate protest hots up

Pupils to go on school strike in Cambridge as climate protest hots up

Pupils to go on school strike in Cambridge as climate protest hots up

14 February 2019

YouthStrike4Climate march will take place in the city on Friday

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The alternative city budget: Tim Bick reveals what the Lib Dems would do in Cambridge

The alternative city budget: Tim Bick reveals what the Lib Dems would do in Cambridge

The alternative city budget: Tim Bick reveals what the Lib Dems would do in Cambridge

07 February 2019

Opinion: He sets out the plans for tackling housing, pollution and waste - and delivers his verdict on Labour's budget


Cambridgeshire County Council agrees 4.99% rise to council tax

Cambridgeshire County Council agrees 4.99% rise to council tax

Cambridgeshire County Council agrees 4.99% rise to council tax

06 February 2019

Councillors needed to plug a £13m hole in the authority's finances


Have a say on routes for new Cambridge to Cambourne busway

Have a say on routes for new Cambridge to Cambourne busway

Have a say on routes for new Cambridge to Cambourne busway

05 February 2019

One option for stretch between Cambourne and Madingley Mulch would be off-road


The five routes East West Rail could take through countryside from Cambourne to Cambridge

The five routes East West Rail could take through countryside from Cambourne to Cambridge

The five routes East West Rail could take through countryside from Cambourne to Cambridge

05 February 2019

New stations could be built in Cambourne, Bassingbourn, Bedford, St Neots and Tempsford but there are concerns over environmental impact

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How can Cambridge City Council reconcile social equity with sustainability?

How can Cambridge City Council reconcile social equity with sustainability?

How can Cambridge City Council reconcile social equity with sustainability?

01 February 2019

Smarter Cambridge Transport's Edward Leigh discusses new developments


Matt Forde: finding the humour in Brexit

Matt Forde: finding the humour in Brexit

Matt Forde: finding the humour in Brexit

01 February 2019

Following a sold-out and run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, star of Unspun Matt Forde is embarking on a nationwide tour


12 per cent increase in policing precept

12 per cent increase in policing precept

12 per cent increase in policing precept

31 January 2019

People will soon be paying 12 per cent more for policing in Cambridgeshire.


Vigil remembers murdered student Giulio Regeni three years on

Vigil remembers murdered student Giulio Regeni three years on

Vigil remembers murdered student Giulio Regeni three years on

30 January 2019

Campaign for clarity on how university student was killed continues


No-deal Brexit looms closer, says MEP after vote drama

No-deal Brexit looms closer, says MEP after vote drama

No-deal Brexit looms closer, says MEP after vote drama

30 January 2019

A Cambridge-based MEP says the country is on the verge of “crashing out of the European Union” after last night’s crucial votes.

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Police could be ‘dragged away’ to help with Brexit unrest

Police could be ‘dragged away’ to help with Brexit unrest

Police could be ‘dragged away’ to help with Brexit unrest

27 January 2019

A special taskforce has been set up in Cambridgeshire to help with Brexit.


Montreal Square campaign backed by Cambridge Labour

Montreal Square campaign backed by Cambridge Labour

Montreal Square campaign backed by Cambridge Labour

26 January 2019

"Desperate shortage of housing in Cambridge shouldn't be at our expense," says resident as protests against evictions plan continue on Mill Road

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'Focus on creative industries' in Cambridge Northern Fringe East, says councillor

'Focus on creative industries' in Cambridge Northern Fringe East, says councillor

'Focus on creative industries' in Cambridge Northern Fringe East, says councillor

20 January 2019

Cllr Dave Baigent suggests city economy has 'all its eggs in one basket' currently


Cambridge mayor Nigel Gawthrope died of suspected cardiac arrest after scuba dive in South Africa

Cambridge mayor Nigel Gawthrope died of suspected cardiac arrest after scuba dive in South Africa

Cambridge mayor Nigel Gawthrope died of suspected cardiac arrest after scuba dive in South Africa

14 January 2019

Dive boat crew and paramedics performed CPR but were unable to revive him


Shock and sadness as mayor of Cambridge Nigel Gawthrope dies suddenly after scuba dive in South Africa

Shock and sadness as mayor of Cambridge Nigel Gawthrope dies suddenly after scuba dive in South Africa

Shock and sadness as mayor of Cambridge Nigel Gawthrope dies suddenly after scuba dive in South Africa

12 January 2019

A committed ward councillor in King's Hedges, the mayor was known as a fun and personable character


£40m spent on transport schemes: Where has it all gone?

£40m spent on transport schemes: Where has it all gone?

£40m spent on transport schemes: Where has it all gone?

12 January 2019

Edward Leigh of Smarter Cambridge Transport looks at the spending of the GCP and Combined Authority

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Shopmobility set to be free again in Cambridge from April

Shopmobility set to be free again in Cambridge from April

Shopmobility set to be free again in Cambridge from April

04 January 2019

Falling usage levels force council into a rethink on Shopmobility charges


IWC stands by as Japan set to restart whaling

IWC stands by as Japan set to restart whaling

IWC stands by as Japan set to restart whaling

03 January 2019

Impington-based International Whaling Commission powerless to stop "pirating whale nation" resume hunting


Extinction Rebellion marches through central Cambridge

Extinction Rebellion marches through central Cambridge

Extinction Rebellion marches through central Cambridge

15 December 2018

“The dreams of the fossil fuel world are fast becoming our nightmare": Survival fightback begins as direct-action group takes to city's streets


Council agrees three days mandatory leave for staff

Council agrees three days mandatory leave for staff

Council agrees three days mandatory leave for staff

13 December 2018

Cambridgeshire County Council has been accused of punishing staff by enforcing three days mandatory leave over Christmas.


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