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37-year-old man who died in A14 collision named by police

37-year-old man who died in A14 collision named by police

37-year-old man who died in A14 collision named by police

A 22-year-old remains critical.


Alarm at state of Cambridgeshire’s rivers with rainfall at a record low and rising demand on water supply

Alarm at state of Cambridgeshire’s rivers with rainfall at a record low and rising demand on water supply

Alarm at state of Cambridgeshire’s rivers with rainfall at a record low and rising demand on water supply

Major concerns over abstraction and development remain.

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That’s bonkers! Spoof newsreader takes the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s busway to task

That’s bonkers! Spoof newsreader takes the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s busway to task

That’s bonkers! Spoof newsreader takes the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s busway to task

Bonkers Busway Cambs News was launched less than two weeks ago and has already gained an audience of more than 2,000 people.

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Eilish Midlane appointed Royal Papworth’s chief executive

Eilish Midlane appointed Royal Papworth’s chief executive

Eilish Midlane appointed Royal Papworth’s chief executive

Head hospital role starts September for current COO


Summer holiday reading: 19 books recommended by well-read Cambridge people

Summer holiday reading: 19 books recommended by well-read Cambridge people

Summer holiday reading: 19 books recommended by well-read Cambridge people

Top titles to enjoy on the beach, from mysteries to mind-benders.


‘No one could do experiments quite like Prof Ian Glynn’ - Trinity College pays tribute following physiologist’s death at 94

‘No one could do experiments quite like Prof Ian Glynn’ - Trinity College pays tribute following physiologist’s death at 94

‘No one could do experiments quite like Prof Ian Glynn’ - Trinity College pays tribute following physiologist’s death at 94

A fellow of the Royal Society, he worked on a sodium pump.


University of Cambridge scientists say bacteria could be used to remove plastic pollution from lakes

University of Cambridge scientists say bacteria could be used to remove plastic pollution from lakes

University of Cambridge scientists say bacteria could be used to remove plastic pollution from lakes

They found some naturally-occurring lake bacteria grow faster on the remains of plastic bags.


Jim Kerr of Simple Minds: ‘Why we’re still Alive and Kicking after 40-plus years of music’

Jim Kerr of Simple Minds: ‘Why we’re still Alive and Kicking after 40-plus years of music’

Jim Kerr of Simple Minds: ‘Why we’re still Alive and Kicking after 40-plus years of music’

The million-selling band – still led by founding members singer Jim and guitarist Charlie Burchill – will soon be coming to Audley End.


Cambridge United unveils SiFive as first team kit sponsor

Cambridge United unveils SiFive as first team kit sponsor

Cambridge United unveils SiFive as first team kit sponsor

Two-season deal for California-based chip company which has opened new R&D centre on Station Road

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Section of M11 closed as another huge field fire breaks out

Section of M11 closed as another huge field fire breaks out

Section of M11 closed as another huge field fire breaks out

Three miles of congestion have built up and a diversion is in place.

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King’s wins permission for Alan Turing sculpture in its grounds - but should it be in full public view?

King’s wins permission for Alan Turing sculpture in its grounds - but should it be in full public view?

King’s wins permission for Alan Turing sculpture in its grounds - but should it be in full public view?

City councillors granted permission, but queried how easy it would be to access.

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Man attacked by moped riders in vicious late-night robbery in Mill Road, Cambridge

Man attacked by moped riders in vicious late-night robbery in Mill Road, Cambridge

Man attacked by moped riders in vicious late-night robbery in Mill Road, Cambridge

They stole his wallet and punched him in the face.


The Grain & Hop Store pub in Cambridge hosts Love Island finale party

The Grain & Hop Store pub in Cambridge hosts Love Island finale party

The Grain & Hop Store pub in Cambridge hosts Love Island finale party

Former Islander Arabella Chi made a special guest appearance at the event earlier this week.

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More4 series Cleaning Britain’s Greatest Treasures to explore restoration of Anglesey Abbey’s huge Constable painting

More4 series Cleaning Britain’s Greatest Treasures to explore restoration of Anglesey Abbey’s huge Constable painting

More4 series Cleaning Britain’s Greatest Treasures to explore restoration of Anglesey Abbey’s huge Constable painting

Constable Six Footer narrated by Sheridan Smith explores mystery of painting that features on new tours at National Trust site.


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