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Cath Kidston set to call in administrators

Cath Kidston set to call in administrators

Cath Kidston set to call in administrators

A designer retailer with a store in Cambridge is set to file for administration.


Addenbrooke’s Hospital chief predicts 460 beds needed for outbreak

Addenbrooke’s Hospital chief predicts 460 beds needed for outbreak

Addenbrooke’s Hospital chief predicts 460 beds needed for outbreak

Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust chief Roland Sinker said this would be in the “reasonable worst case scenario” modelled by its own experts.


Retailer B&M to temporarily close 49 stores

Retailer B&M to temporarily close 49 stores

Retailer B&M to temporarily close 49 stores

The discount retailer, which has a store at the Beehive Centre in Cambridge, has not disclosed which stores are to shut.


Addenbrooke’s Hospital ‘considers emergency expansion plan’ for coronavirus peak

Addenbrooke’s Hospital ‘considers emergency expansion plan’ for coronavirus peak

Addenbrooke’s Hospital ‘considers emergency expansion plan’ for coronavirus peak

A 120-bed temporary facility could be built near to the hospital, Liberal Democrat councillors say.


Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for tests after suffering from Covid-19

Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for tests after suffering from Covid-19

Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for tests after suffering from Covid-19

PM suffering from symptoms for past 10 days


Coronavirus: The Queen thanks NHS workers and promises ‘better days will return’ in rare televised address

Coronavirus: The Queen thanks NHS workers and promises ‘better days will return’ in rare televised address

Coronavirus: The Queen thanks NHS workers and promises ‘better days will return’ in rare televised address

Her Majesty also thanked those staying at home for helping to reduce the spread of Covid-19.


Cambridge City Council finds accommodation for more than 60 rough sleepers during coronavirus outbreak

Cambridge City Council finds accommodation for more than 60 rough sleepers during coronavirus outbreak

Cambridge City Council finds accommodation for more than 60 rough sleepers during coronavirus outbreak

Cambridge Street Aid hits £100,000


Local artist Rufus Fox, Mill Road friend, loses battle with coronavirus

Local artist Rufus Fox, Mill Road friend, loses battle with coronavirus

Local artist Rufus Fox, Mill Road friend, loses battle with coronavirus

Celebration of his life postponed until later in the year, say family


Coronavirus: Seven Covid-19 deaths now recorded at Addenbrooke’s but no sharp increase in new patients yet

Coronavirus: Seven Covid-19 deaths now recorded at Addenbrooke’s but no sharp increase in new patients yet

Coronavirus: Seven Covid-19 deaths now recorded at Addenbrooke’s but no sharp increase in new patients yet

Roland Sinker, chief executive of Cambridge University Hospitals, confirms there are now 100 ventilators on site.


World’s largest trial of potential coronavirus treatments to be carried out in UK hospitals

World’s largest trial of potential coronavirus treatments to be carried out in UK hospitals

World’s largest trial of potential coronavirus treatments to be carried out in UK hospitals

Drugs usually used to treat HIV, inflammation and malaria being tested - and more patient volunteers are needed.


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