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Open Garden scheme offering a bumper weekend around Cambridgeshire

Open Garden scheme offering a bumper weekend around Cambridgeshire

Open Garden scheme offering a bumper weekend around Cambridgeshire

Next weekend is set to be one of the busiest weekends of the year for garden visiting under the National Garden Scheme.


Claims of ‘truly dreadful things’ at ‘broken’ Combined Authority made at meeting to discuss mayor’s future

Claims of ‘truly dreadful things’ at ‘broken’ Combined Authority made at meeting to discuss mayor’s future

Claims of ‘truly dreadful things’ at ‘broken’ Combined Authority made at meeting to discuss mayor’s future

But claims that a motion calling for the mayor to resign was for the “protection of staff” have been rejected and branded political motivated by some.


Former Cambridge City Council leader Lewis Herbert to replace ousted Combined Authority deputy mayor Wayne Fitzgerald

Former Cambridge City Council leader Lewis Herbert to replace ousted Combined Authority deputy mayor Wayne Fitzgerald

Former Cambridge City Council leader Lewis Herbert to replace ousted Combined Authority deputy mayor Wayne Fitzgerald

The Labour former city council leader has taken over from Conservative deputy mayor ahead of an extraordinary meeting of the Combined Authority today.


Cambridge burglar tried his luck by buying scratch cards with stolen bank card

Cambridge burglar tried his luck by buying scratch cards with stolen bank card

Cambridge burglar tried his luck by buying scratch cards with stolen bank card

Symon Charlton, 49, stole the bank card, along with a bicycle, jewellery and electrical items from a house in Arbury Road, Cambridge.


Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Rare cases could be linked to chemotherapy treatment, researchers say.


Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

It will aid research into vaccines and anti-cancer treatments.


Temple archway wins planning permission for park installation

Temple archway wins planning permission for park installation

Temple archway wins planning permission for park installation

The beautiful stone archway from the former Bharat Bhavan Hindu temple on Mill Road was going to be smashed to pieces by Cambridgeshire County Council


More talking on Cambridge transport – but it’s ‘time for solutions’

More talking on Cambridge transport – but it’s ‘time for solutions’

More talking on Cambridge transport – but it’s ‘time for solutions’

Cambridge is heading into a perfect storm, with its burgeoning growth heaping pressure on the region’s under-powered public transport system.


High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

University of Cambridge researchers used the 7T scanners to study a tiny region of the brain.

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Cambridge researcher voices fears over online radicalisation after mass shooting

Cambridge researcher voices fears over online radicalisation after mass shooting

Cambridge researcher voices fears over online radicalisation after mass shooting

Dr Bethan Johnson, an extremism researcher, fears a surge in post-pandemic far right attacks amid a “scramble” on the dark web over Buffalo shooting


Noisy neighbour has music equipment confiscated by Cambridge City Council

Noisy neighbour has music equipment confiscated by Cambridge City Council

Noisy neighbour has music equipment confiscated by Cambridge City Council

Two stereos, a guitar and speakers have been seized from a resident who continued to disturb their neighbours by playing extremely loud music.


Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

The University of Cambridge teamed up with the company to test the device.


Marshall Motor Holdings to cease trading on London’s AIM following Constellation takeover

Marshall Motor Holdings to cease trading on London’s AIM following Constellation takeover

Marshall Motor Holdings to cease trading on London’s AIM following Constellation takeover

And it has opened a new three-storey Audi Centre.


St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Cambridge, gets new set of bells

St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Cambridge, gets new set of bells

St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Cambridge, gets new set of bells

Before arriving in Cambridge, the bells were cast in Italy and travelled to Somerset to be tuned and have all the fittings made.


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