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River manager says magnet fishing putting a strain on Cam Conservancy activities

River manager says magnet fishing putting a strain on Cam Conservancy activities

River manager says magnet fishing putting a strain on Cam Conservancy activities

‘Call us’: Police safety advice for hobbyists as finds soar.

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Cambridge market: public asked for views on the future of the square

Cambridge market: public asked for views on the future of the square

Cambridge market: public asked for views on the future of the square

A six week public consultation has been launched on plans for Cambridge market square.

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Professor Mary Beard’s ‘retirement present’ will fund Cambridge Classics students from under-represented backgrounds

Professor Mary Beard’s ‘retirement present’ will fund Cambridge Classics students from under-represented backgrounds

Professor Mary Beard’s ‘retirement present’ will fund Cambridge Classics students from under-represented backgrounds

The Cambridge historian will help fund two Classics students from under-represented groups as part of efforts to encourage more diversity.

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New jetty opening on Chisholm Trail will help people walk and cycle across Cambridge

New jetty opening on Chisholm Trail will help people walk and cycle across Cambridge

New jetty opening on Chisholm Trail will help people walk and cycle across Cambridge

It is part of the ongoing trail project.


Mill Road temple carvings sold for £1 ‘worth half a million’

Mill Road temple carvings sold for £1 ‘worth half a million’

Mill Road temple carvings sold for £1 ‘worth half a million’

Beautiful carvings from a former temple that were sold to a Cambridge hairdresser by the county council for £1 could be worth as much as £500,000.


IWM Duxford features in Guy Martin’s Battle of Britain on Channel 4

IWM Duxford features in Guy Martin’s Battle of Britain on Channel 4

IWM Duxford features in Guy Martin’s Battle of Britain on Channel 4

The sportsman and TV presenter undertook part of his Battle of Britain pilot training at the famous airfield.


Moss & Rose ready for start of a vintage pop-up summer

Moss & Rose ready for start of a vintage pop-up summer

Moss & Rose ready for start of a vintage pop-up summer

Clothing and accessories range is taken by caravan to festivals and events


University to hold service in commemoration of Prince Philip at Great St Mary’s

University to hold service in commemoration of Prince Philip at Great St Mary’s

University to hold service in commemoration of Prince Philip at Great St Mary’s

The Duke of Edinburgh was chancellor of the university for nearly 35 years.


Death of Prince Philip: From devotion to the Queen to Naval service - how the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered

Death of Prince Philip: From devotion to the Queen to Naval service - how the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered

Death of Prince Philip: From devotion to the Queen to Naval service - how the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered

The duke’s devotion to the Queen was one of his many qualities, but he will be remembered for so much more.


Long Covid struck me down even though I was at peak fitness

Long Covid struck me down even though I was at peak fitness

Long Covid struck me down even though I was at peak fitness

From breathing problems to neurological issues, Rachael Clubb has faced a host of challenges since catching Covid-19 a year ago.

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Spy agency GCHQ releases its hardest puzzle ever to celebrate new £50 Alan Turing banknote

Spy agency GCHQ releases its hardest puzzle ever to celebrate new £50 Alan Turing banknote

Spy agency GCHQ releases its hardest puzzle ever to celebrate new £50 Alan Turing banknote

The Cambridge mathematician went on to crack the Enigma Code.

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Bomb squad called after landmine found by metal detectorist, 17, close to IWM Duxford

Bomb squad called after landmine found by metal detectorist, 17, close to IWM Duxford

Bomb squad called after landmine found by metal detectorist, 17, close to IWM Duxford

A 250m cordon was thrown up and the A505 closed after Harry Williams’ find.


Shahida Rahman interview: 'My mother may have been the first Bengali woman in Cambridge'

Shahida Rahman interview: 'My mother may have been the first Bengali woman in Cambridge'

Shahida Rahman interview: 'My mother may have been the first Bengali woman in Cambridge'

Writer Shahida Rahman discusses the Bangladeshi community in Cambridge, in a year that marks the 50th anniversary of the country’s independence.


‘Absolute twaddle!’ Horningsea villagers reject claim new sewage works will be a popular day out

‘Absolute twaddle!’ Horningsea villagers reject claim new sewage works will be a popular day out

‘Absolute twaddle!’ Horningsea villagers reject claim new sewage works will be a popular day out

Cambridgeshire villagers reacted with scorn to claims from Anglian Water that a walk around 26 metre high sewage digesters could attract visitors.

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