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Public to be asked for its views on congestion charging for Cambridge

Public to be asked for its views on congestion charging for Cambridge

Public to be asked for its views on congestion charging for Cambridge

Variable charges of up to £10 or workplace parking levies of £1,000 a year could help fund better public transport


REAP Conference: Farming is at a crossroads

REAP Conference: Farming is at a crossroads

REAP Conference: Farming is at a crossroads

How will agriculture use tech for fourth industrial revolution?


From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

Dr Waheed Arian had to hide in a cellar as a child to evade the bombing. He's now a medic and a UNESCO Global Hero


East of England Euro MP Alex Mayer insists Brexit deal is not in the national interest

East of England Euro MP Alex Mayer insists Brexit deal is not in the national interest

East of England Euro MP Alex Mayer insists Brexit deal is not in the national interest

MP calls for general election or a public vote on the draft agreement


Social Media Day to become annual

Social Media Day to become annual

Social Media Day to become annual

Inaugural event success at Eddington’s Storey’s Field Centre


Local author seeks to unpick Israel/Palestine dilemma

Local author seeks to unpick Israel/Palestine dilemma

Local author seeks to unpick Israel/Palestine dilemma

Ben White in conversation with Dr Priyamvada Gopal at Heffers


Fears Brexit ‘could cripple UK science’ resonate at Wellcome Genome Campus

Fears Brexit ‘could cripple UK science’ resonate at Wellcome Genome Campus

Fears Brexit ‘could cripple UK science’ resonate at Wellcome Genome Campus

With the Francis Crick Institute warning that a hard or no-deal Brexit “could cripple UK science”, a senior scientist based at Hinxton’s Wellcome Genome Campus has told of the sense of anger, concern and even despair around the issue as the prospects of a collapse in the negotations appears ever more likely.


Fears of winter 'homelessness crisis' looming in Cambridge after five deaths in a year

Fears of winter 'homelessness crisis' looming in Cambridge after five deaths in a year

Fears of winter 'homelessness crisis' looming in Cambridge after five deaths in a year

Emergency arrangements mean city council will provide free emergency accommodation in periods of very cold weather


£145million off-road 'mass transit route' agreed to alleviate congestion on A1307 Haverhill to Cambridge route

£145million off-road 'mass transit route' agreed to alleviate congestion on A1307 Haverhill to Cambridge route

£145million off-road 'mass transit route' agreed to alleviate congestion on A1307 Haverhill to Cambridge route

Route expected to feature buses or tram-like vehicles and could eventually be extended to Haverhill


1,800 Cambridgeshire County Council staff will be forced to take three days unpaid leave at Christmas

1,800 Cambridgeshire County Council staff will be forced to take three days unpaid leave at Christmas

1,800 Cambridgeshire County Council staff will be forced to take three days unpaid leave at Christmas

Authority needs to save money as it faces £14.6million shortfall in its budget


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