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Cambridge City Council chief executive Antoinette Jackson to step down

Cambridge City Council chief executive Antoinette Jackson to step down

Cambridge City Council chief executive Antoinette Jackson to step down

She was the first woman to be appointed chief executive of the council when she took up the post in June 2009.


Norovirus and flu warning: Addenbrooke’s Hospital reminds visitors to stay away if at all possible

Norovirus and flu warning: Addenbrooke’s Hospital reminds visitors to stay away if at all possible

Norovirus and flu warning: Addenbrooke’s Hospital reminds visitors to stay away if at all possible

The winter vomiting bug has led to a number of bays being closed at the Cambridge hospital.


Could air pollution in Cambridge be solved with these high-tech artificial trees?

Could air pollution in Cambridge be solved with these high-tech artificial trees?

Could air pollution in Cambridge be solved with these high-tech artificial trees?

Cambridgeshire County Council explores the idea of air filters or green walls to soak up emissions.

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Three locations for Cambridge South station unveiled

Three locations for Cambridge South station unveiled

Three locations for Cambridge South station unveiled

The options are located between the guided busway bridge on Cambridge Biomedical Campus to the north and the Addenbrooke’s Road bridge to the south.

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Vigil to be held for University of Cambridge student Giulio Regeni fours years after his murder in Egpyt

Vigil to be held for University of Cambridge student Giulio Regeni fours years after his murder in Egpyt

Vigil to be held for University of Cambridge student Giulio Regeni fours years after his murder in Egpyt

No-one has been charged and Italy has accused the Egyptian authorities of misleading the investigation.


Skye walk: 9-year-old’s fundraiser for Jimmy’s

Skye walk: 9-year-old’s fundraiser for Jimmy’s

Skye walk: 9-year-old’s fundraiser for Jimmy’s

St Matthew’s Primary School pupil Skye Sutcliffe is hoping to raise £1,000 to support the work of the charity.


Why early diagnosis will hold the key to tackling Alzheimer’s disease

Why early diagnosis will hold the key to tackling Alzheimer’s disease

Why early diagnosis will hold the key to tackling Alzheimer’s disease

74% of people would want to know if they had the condition before symptoms develop, survey shows.


A Cambridge programme is building a future for women in construction

A Cambridge programme is building a future for women in construction

A Cambridge programme is building a future for women in construction

Women into Construction is supported by housebuilder Hill and will hold an information event at Cambridge Regional College on January 30.

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David Baddiel interview: Twitter trolls and death threats from a ‘Poundland Dickens’

David Baddiel interview: Twitter trolls and death threats from a ‘Poundland Dickens’

David Baddiel interview: Twitter trolls and death threats from a ‘Poundland Dickens’

Comedian David Baddiel's new stand up show reveals how he's facing down online trolls with witty retorts - but wonders what drives their aggression


Mayor James Palmer weighs in over off-road Cambourne to Cambridge busway

Mayor James Palmer weighs in over off-road Cambourne to Cambridge busway

Mayor James Palmer weighs in over off-road Cambourne to Cambridge busway

Mayor James Palmer responds to the signatories of an open letter calling for the Cambourne to Cambridge busway off-road option to be scrapped.


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