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Government withholds more than a million in funding from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

Government withholds more than a million in funding from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

Government withholds more than a million in funding from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

01 July 2022

Decision puts more pressure on mayor Dr Nik Johnson.

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Interactive: Cambridge’s booming population - and 8 things we learned from the new Census data

Interactive: Cambridge’s booming population - and 8 things we learned from the new Census data

Interactive: Cambridge’s booming population - and 8 things we learned from the new Census data

29 June 2022

Find out how your area has grown in a decade.

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Cambridgeshire’s Derek Skipper sits maths GCSE exam at age of 92

Cambridgeshire’s Derek Skipper sits maths GCSE exam at age of 92

Cambridgeshire’s Derek Skipper sits maths GCSE exam at age of 92

22 June 2022

The sprightly pensioner took his final maths GCSE paper this week after signing up for a free adult education course run by The Cam Academy Trust.


Chesterton Festival showcase for community values is quite the triumph

Chesterton Festival showcase for community values is quite the triumph

Chesterton Festival showcase for community values is quite the triumph

18 June 2022

Rain didn’t stop play on Pye’s Rec for an afternoon that was fun, instructive and heartwarming


Cambridge residents alarmed over threat to demolish homes

Cambridge residents alarmed over threat to demolish homes

Cambridge residents alarmed over threat to demolish homes

17 June 2022

Cambridge City Council considers estate redevelopment and compulsory purchases.


Female-led start-ups smashing the glass ceiling at Accelerate Cambridge

Female-led start-ups smashing the glass ceiling at Accelerate Cambridge

Female-led start-ups smashing the glass ceiling at Accelerate Cambridge

16 June 2022

A unique series of perspectives on being a woman entrepreneur in 2022

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‘I had no confidence of success’ says Wellcome Sanger Institute director and cancer genetics pioneer Prof Sir Mike Stratton

‘I had no confidence of success’ says Wellcome Sanger Institute director and cancer genetics pioneer Prof Sir Mike Stratton

‘I had no confidence of success’ says Wellcome Sanger Institute director and cancer genetics pioneer Prof Sir Mike Stratton

03 June 2022

An exclusive in-depth interview with the winner of our inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award.


Facebook founder ‘running away to metaverse’, says whistleblower Frances Haugen at Minderoo event

Facebook founder ‘running away to metaverse’, says whistleblower Frances Haugen at Minderoo event

Facebook founder ‘running away to metaverse’, says whistleblower Frances Haugen at Minderoo event

26 May 2022

‘A libertarian internet or an authoritarian internet?’ Cambridge audience hears how Mark Zuckerberg’s mindset matters


Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

18 May 2022

‘Fascism seeks to destroy our capacity to think’ says philosopher ahead of all-day event at Department of Education on May 24


Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

13 May 2022

Author found fame and fortune with technology for social good – and has gone on to discover family values


Lack of housing for Cambridge hospital staff ‘never been more acute’

Lack of housing for Cambridge hospital staff ‘never been more acute’

Lack of housing for Cambridge hospital staff ‘never been more acute’

11 May 2022

Despite renting whole housing blocks, some 20 potential staff are being turned away every month as the trust is unable to find them somewhere to live.


Cambridge has highest Covid-19 infection rate in England - but it is falling

Cambridge has highest Covid-19 infection rate in England - but it is falling

Cambridge has highest Covid-19 infection rate in England - but it is falling

30 April 2022

Use our interactive tools to find details for your area.

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Michelle Paver due at Heffers Cambridge as ‘Wolfbane’ concludes Stone Age odyssey

Michelle Paver due at Heffers Cambridge as ‘Wolfbane’ concludes Stone Age odyssey

Michelle Paver due at Heffers Cambridge as ‘Wolfbane’ concludes Stone Age odyssey

25 April 2022

Finale of epic historical fantasy by author whose research shames many method actors


Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire record some of the highest Covid-19 infection rates in country

Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire record some of the highest Covid-19 infection rates in country

Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire record some of the highest Covid-19 infection rates in country

23 April 2022

Find out how your area compares with our searchable databases.


‘My mum has trouble remembering me’ - Covid-19 pandemic takes its toll in Cambridgeshire care homes

‘My mum has trouble remembering me’ - Covid-19 pandemic takes its toll in Cambridgeshire care homes

‘My mum has trouble remembering me’ - Covid-19 pandemic takes its toll in Cambridgeshire care homes

18 April 2022

The isolation and loneliness of people living in care homes in Cambridgeshire during the Covid-19 pandemic has been laid bare in a new report.


Griff Rhys Jones calls for rethink over Cambridge South East Transport busway

Griff Rhys Jones calls for rethink over Cambridge South East Transport busway

Griff Rhys Jones calls for rethink over Cambridge South East Transport busway

15 April 2022

The actor and comedian has been discussing the £132m busway through the Green Belt with the charity Cambridge Past, Present & Future.

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How Adrestia Therapeutics is pioneering synthetic rescue

How Adrestia Therapeutics is pioneering synthetic rescue

How Adrestia Therapeutics is pioneering synthetic rescue

14 April 2022

An interview with Prof Steve Jackson and CEO Robert Johnson


Number of Covid patients at Addenbrooke’s hits 14-month high but cases in county plummet as free universal testing ends

Number of Covid patients at Addenbrooke’s hits 14-month high but cases in county plummet as free universal testing ends

Number of Covid patients at Addenbrooke’s hits 14-month high but cases in county plummet as free universal testing ends

09 April 2022

The number of tests being carried out has fallen notably.


Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library in pink gift bag

Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library in pink gift bag

Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned to Cambridge University Library in pink gift bag

05 April 2022

The small leather-bound books, one of which contains his iconic 1837 ‘Tree of Life’ sketch, were returned anonymously to the library.


Number of Covid-19 cases in Cambridgeshire since pandemic began approaches 200,000 - with 7,500 in latest weekly data

Number of Covid-19 cases in Cambridgeshire since pandemic began approaches 200,000 - with 7,500 in latest weekly data

Number of Covid-19 cases in Cambridgeshire since pandemic began approaches 200,000 - with 7,500 in latest weekly data

02 April 2022

All the latest Covid data as free universal testing comes to an end.


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