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Bristol’s first mayor George Ferguson on how a bit more ‘wacky’ might be what Cambridge needs

Bristol’s first mayor George Ferguson on how a bit more ‘wacky’ might be what Cambridge needs

Bristol’s first mayor George Ferguson on how a bit more ‘wacky’ might be what Cambridge needs

19 April 2018

What can Cambridge learn from Bristol?


Two new resident parking schemes will be established in cental Cambridge

Two new resident parking schemes will be established in cental Cambridge

Two new resident parking schemes will be established in cental Cambridge

18 April 2018

They will be set up despite less than a third of residents responding to consultation.


Green Party will contest all seats in city elections

Green Party will contest all seats in city elections

Green Party will contest all seats in city elections

12 April 2018

Labour, Liberal Democrats, Conservatives and The Greens will be fielding a full slate of candidates in this May's Cambridge City Council elections.


Brexit minister Suella Fernandes meets with metro mayors in Cambridge

Brexit minister Suella Fernandes meets with metro mayors in Cambridge

Brexit minister Suella Fernandes meets with metro mayors in Cambridge

11 April 2018

Selling a story full of post-Brexit optimism


Long term plan will tackle Addenbrooke's workforce challenges says Prime Minister

Long term plan will tackle Addenbrooke's workforce challenges says Prime Minister

Long term plan will tackle Addenbrooke's workforce challenges says Prime Minister

10 April 2018

Theresa May thanked the hospital's staff for their dedication over the past months.


PM Theresa May in Cambridgeshire to boost men's cancer health

PM Theresa May in Cambridgeshire to boost men's cancer health

PM Theresa May in Cambridgeshire to boost men's cancer health

09 April 2018

The Prime Minister will today (Tuesday) visit a Cambridgeshire hospital to set out ambitious new plans to help thousands of men with prostate cancer get treated earlier and faster.


Planning towards 100,000 new homes and 90,000 new jobs by 2036

Planning towards 100,000 new homes and 90,000 new jobs by 2036

Planning towards 100,000 new homes and 90,000 new jobs by 2036

03 April 2018

The Labour leader of Cambridge City Council writes for the Cambridge Independent


Mayor James Palmer wants powers to get more electric vehicle charge points in the region

Mayor James Palmer wants powers to get more electric vehicle charge points in the region

Mayor James Palmer wants powers to get more electric vehicle charge points in the region

29 March 2018

Cambridgeshire's mayor James Palmer is backing a call by London mayor Sadiq Khan to give metro mayors powers to deliver additional charging points for electric vehicles.


Refugee medic shares epic Syrian odyssey

Refugee medic shares epic Syrian odyssey

Refugee medic shares epic Syrian odyssey

25 March 2018

One day he was studying to be a doctor, the next he was fleeing a war zone, Tirej Brimo tells Robinson College audience


Initial government support for up to 7,600 homes near Cambridge North station

Initial government support for up to 7,600 homes near Cambridge North station

Initial government support for up to 7,600 homes near Cambridge North station

22 March 2018

The development would be far larger than any of the city's exisiting wards.


Mayor James Palmer criticises Network Rail over £200m Cambridge South station price tag

Mayor James Palmer criticises Network Rail over £200m Cambridge South station price tag

Mayor James Palmer criticises Network Rail over £200m Cambridge South station price tag

10 March 2018

The slow progress and hefty price tag that Network Rail is putting on a new Cambridge South railway station near Addenbrooke’s has prompted the region’s mayor, James Palmer, to label the organisation a “failure”.


University of Cambridge legal experts condemn Cambridge Magistrates' Court closure plan

University of Cambridge legal experts condemn Cambridge Magistrates' Court closure plan

University of Cambridge legal experts condemn Cambridge Magistrates' Court closure plan

22 February 2018

Letter calls Ministry of Justice proposal to switch cases to Huntingdon and Peterborough 'short-sighted'


Cambridge academic continues to document the life of Sir Winston Churchill

Cambridge academic continues to document the life of Sir Winston Churchill

Cambridge academic continues to document the life of Sir Winston Churchill

22 February 2018

Dr Christopher Catherwood is the author of various books on the former PM, including Churchill: The Greatest Briton in Words, Pictures and Rare Documents – a new edition of which was published in December.


Liberal Democrats push for extra funds to keep city spaces clean

Liberal Democrats push for extra funds to keep city spaces clean

Liberal Democrats push for extra funds to keep city spaces clean

20 February 2018

Cleaner city streets and more environmental patrols in the city should be the focus for the upcoming year, according to Cambridge's Liberal Democrat group.


Euro MPs raising animal welfare concerns in post-Brexit UK

Euro MPs raising animal welfare concerns in post-Brexit UK

Euro MPs raising animal welfare concerns in post-Brexit UK

16 February 2018

With still no certainty about a final Brexit deal, Green Euro MP Keith Taylor visited Emmanuel College, Cambridge, to raise the party's concerns about animal welfare once the country leaves the European Union.


£1.6m boost for Cambridgeshire “highlights the funding flaws”

£1.6m boost for Cambridgeshire “highlights the funding flaws”

£1.6m boost for Cambridgeshire “highlights the funding flaws”

15 February 2018

An additional £1.6million from the government for Cambridgeshire County Council has been welcomed by leader Cllr Steve Count, but it’s not enough.


Library Extra is a 'double charge' for residents

Library Extra is a 'double charge' for residents

Library Extra is a 'double charge' for residents

15 February 2018

Increased costs for using library services has come under fire.


Putting £1million into upgrading county roads 'is patently unfair' to Cambridge

Putting £1million into upgrading county roads 'is patently unfair' to Cambridge

Putting £1million into upgrading county roads 'is patently unfair' to Cambridge

14 February 2018

A councillor is hitting out against the decision to exclude road upgrades in the city from an upgrades scheme.


Cambridgeshire mayor's Washington visit could help forge new links with Boston

Cambridgeshire mayor's Washington visit could help forge new links with Boston

Cambridgeshire mayor's Washington visit could help forge new links with Boston

11 February 2018

James Palmer met with US mayors from all over the country in the capital


Maximum council tax rise needed in fast-growing county, say Tories

Maximum council tax rise needed in fast-growing county, say Tories

Maximum council tax rise needed in fast-growing county, say Tories

08 February 2018

Cambridgeshire County Council tax bills are going up 4.99 per cent from April


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