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Cambridge shops, pub and traders prepare for April 12 reopening

Cambridge shops, pub and traders prepare for April 12 reopening

Cambridge shops, pub and traders prepare for April 12 reopening

Beer gardens, hairdressers, nail salons and more will reopen from Monday.


The Flying Pig in Cambridge awarded £50,000 grant to help it reopen

The Flying Pig in Cambridge awarded £50,000 grant to help it reopen

The Flying Pig in Cambridge awarded £50,000 grant to help it reopen

The popular venue has received the grant from the government’s Culture Recovery Fund (CRF).


Culture Recovery Fund offers £1m to Cambridge museums and venues

Culture Recovery Fund offers £1m to Cambridge museums and venues

Culture Recovery Fund offers £1m to Cambridge museums and venues

Two thousand arts organisations across the country are benefitting from round two of the government’s £1.57billion fund.


Pubs and shops can open on April 12, PM confirms, but debate over Covid status certification steps up

Pubs and shops can open on April 12, PM confirms, but debate over Covid status certification steps up

Pubs and shops can open on April 12, PM confirms, but debate over Covid status certification steps up

The roadmap out of lockdown in England is on track, but Boris Johnson warned against complacency.


Covid-19 case numbers in Cambridgeshire fall but localised mini spikes highlight need for vigilance

Covid-19 case numbers in Cambridgeshire fall but localised mini spikes highlight need for vigilance

Covid-19 case numbers in Cambridgeshire fall but localised mini spikes highlight need for vigilance

Find out how your areas is affected in our latest weekly analysis.


Cambridge transparent mask design approved for NHS use

Cambridge transparent mask design approved for NHS use

Cambridge transparent mask design approved for NHS use

Clinical engineering department at Addenbrooke’s Hospital develops lip-reading friendly option with CE approval


Cambridge market campaigners demand a plan B for square's future

Cambridge market campaigners demand a plan B for square's future

Cambridge market campaigners demand a plan B for square's future

Fears have been raised that there are no alternatives to counter proposals for removable stalls and making the market a flexible entertainment space.

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Why obesity makes Covid-19 more dangerous - and what you can do to survive

Why obesity makes Covid-19 more dangerous - and what you can do to survive

Why obesity makes Covid-19 more dangerous - and what you can do to survive

Obesity makes Covid-19 symptoms dramatically worse but small weight losses and a new anti-obesity drug could help.


Cambridge leads trial to cut deaths and complications after Covid-19 hospital stay

Cambridge leads trial to cut deaths and complications after Covid-19 hospital stay

Cambridge leads trial to cut deaths and complications after Covid-19 hospital stay

Addenbrooke’s Hospital and University of Cambridge will lead study of whether existing drugs can tackle long Covid.


Trader forced to close Cambridge market stall donates £5,000 of plants to good causes

Trader forced to close Cambridge market stall donates £5,000 of plants to good causes

Trader forced to close Cambridge market stall donates £5,000 of plants to good causes

Phil Graves was told his pitch was no longer considered essential under Covid rules.

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Covid-19 case numbers for Cambridgeshire analysed: What is happening in each area as we head towards Easter?

Covid-19 case numbers for Cambridgeshire analysed: What is happening in each area as we head towards Easter?

Covid-19 case numbers for Cambridgeshire analysed: What is happening in each area as we head towards Easter?

Find out the figures in your neighbourhood and the trends across the county.


Holiday in the UK to beat Covid-19, urges Cambridge virologist

Holiday in the UK to beat Covid-19, urges Cambridge virologist

Holiday in the UK to beat Covid-19, urges Cambridge virologist

University of Cambridge’s Dr Jane Greatorex discusses the path out of lockdown, as well as the impact on trips abroad, festivals and night clubs.

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Sir David Spiegelhalter: How we’re manipulated by numbers in the news

Sir David Spiegelhalter: How we’re manipulated by numbers in the news

Sir David Spiegelhalter: How we’re manipulated by numbers in the news

He will be in conversation with journalist Tim Harford at the Cambridge Festival.

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Cambridge leads trial of treatments to reduce spread of Covid-19 among immunocompromised groups

Cambridge leads trial of treatments to reduce spread of Covid-19 among immunocompromised groups

Cambridge leads trial of treatments to reduce spread of Covid-19 among immunocompromised groups

The PROTECT-V trial has received £1.5m in government funding.


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