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Trial will ‘explore’ ending herbicide use in Cambridge wards

Trial will ‘explore’ ending herbicide use in Cambridge wards

Trial will ‘explore’ ending herbicide use in Cambridge wards

Councillors have stopped short of committing to a firm timeframe to end the use of herbicides for weed control in Cambridge.


10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

From delight to disappointment, we explore some of the reactions.

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Man charged following Fulbourn Health Centre fire

Man charged following Fulbourn Health Centre fire

Man charged following Fulbourn Health Centre fire

A man has been charged following the fire yesterday (Tuesday, July 27).


We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

An opinion piece by Cllr Lewis Herbert, Labour leader of Cambridge City Council.


Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Now the bridge will be reopened while a “full review” of options available is considered by the county council.

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Local authorities need to get the basics right for better bus services

Local authorities need to get the basics right for better bus services

Local authorities need to get the basics right for better bus services

The more people use public transport, the better the service gets, writes Edward Leigh of Smarter Cambridge Transport.

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The six guiding principles that Cambridge needs to achieve sustainable growth

The six guiding principles that Cambridge needs to achieve sustainable growth

The six guiding principles that Cambridge needs to achieve sustainable growth

Jane Paterson-Todd, CEO of Cambridge Ahead, writes for the Cambridge Independent,

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New Peterdown novel inspired by Cambridge United’s ‘golden era’

New Peterdown novel inspired by Cambridge United’s ‘golden era’

New Peterdown novel inspired by Cambridge United’s ‘golden era’

Described as “an epic social satire, full of comedy, character and anarchic radicalism,” the book is by Cambridge-born writer David Annand.


Towpath closes for Chisholm Trail works

Towpath closes for Chisholm Trail works

Towpath closes for Chisholm Trail works

A series of closures to allow work to upgrade the towpath by the new Abbey-Chesterton Bridge start today (Monday, July 26).

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‘Miracle’ Longstanton student Tadgh McEntee comes home after doctors feared he wouldn’t wake up

‘Miracle’ Longstanton student Tadgh McEntee comes home after doctors feared he wouldn’t wake up

‘Miracle’ Longstanton student Tadgh McEntee comes home after doctors feared he wouldn’t wake up

Following a coma and 10 months in hospital, the former Swavesey Village College student has finally been allowed back home.


Mill Road bridge closure protest reveals divisions that will take time to heal

Mill Road bridge closure protest reveals divisions that will take time to heal

Mill Road bridge closure protest reveals divisions that will take time to heal

Campaigners look to Tuesday’s Cambridgeshire County Council meeting to resolve conflicting views


‘Part toy swap, part repair cafe’: From Chile to Cambridge, a heartwarming story

‘Part toy swap, part repair cafe’: From Chile to Cambridge, a heartwarming story

‘Part toy swap, part repair cafe’: From Chile to Cambridge, a heartwarming story

How Antoinette Nestor developed a charity model for children now and in the future


Covid-19 cases by area of Cambridgeshire: More than 2,200 infections in a week - with under-30s most affected

Covid-19 cases by area of Cambridgeshire: More than 2,200 infections in a week - with under-30s most affected

Covid-19 cases by area of Cambridgeshire: More than 2,200 infections in a week - with under-30s most affected

Data down to a neighbourhood level for every area of the county, as cases continue to rise.


London to Cambridge bike ride: still time to sign up

London to Cambridge bike ride: still time to sign up

London to Cambridge bike ride: still time to sign up

The route covers 60 miles from the White Water Centre in Waltham Cross, north London to Jesus Green in Cambridge on Sunday (July 25).


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