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Hospital doctor guilty of sex offences against children

Paediatric haematologist Dr Myles Bradbury, 41, from Suffolk, arrives at Cambridge Crown Court. Credit: Chris Radburn/ PA Wire

A children's doctor who used to work at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge has pleaded guilty to a string of sexual offences against boys. some as young as 11.

Paediatric haematologist Dr Myles Bradbury, 41, from Suffolk, pleaded guilty to 25 of 27 counts.

The judge at Cambridge Crown Court has asked for pre-sentencing reports, including a request for a psychiatric report

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Cambridge singer-songwriter makes Mercury shortlist

Nick Mulvey Credit: Nick Mulvey

Nick Mulvey's debut album ‘First Mind’ has made it onto the Mercury Prize 2014 shortlist.

Recorded in London and produced by Dan Carey, it was released on Fiction Records in May 2014 and includes the single ‘Cucurucu’. Nick studied music in Havana, Cuba and is a former member of the previously shortlisted Portico Quartet.

Cambridge band Alt-J won in 2012.

Next step towards thousands of new homes in Cambridgeshire

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A meeting is being held to set out how a government inspector will look at plans to provide 44,000 new jobs and 33,000 homes across South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge up to 2031.

Around half the jobs and homes will be provided by a new town north of Waterbeach, a new village at Bourn airfield and a major extension to Cambourne.

Other developments are planned around the edge of Cambridge. The meeting will set out a series of hearings in the coming months.

Memorial for Suffolk WWII codebreaker

The memorial will be unveiled today Credit: ITV Anglia

A memorial to the Second World War codebreaker Bill Tutte will be unveiled in Newmarket this morning.

The former Cambridge University student, who was born in Suffolk, is credited with shortening the war by two years through his code-breaking work. The project cost £150,000.

It has six 7ft tall brushed stainless steel panels pierced to represent the punched paper tape used in the transmission of the code.

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Police investigate after shots fired at a house in Cambridge

An investigation has been opened by Cambridgeshire Police after shots were fired at a house in Akeman Street in Cambridge at about 10pm on Wednesday.

The occupants of the property were in the house at the time but were not injured.

"Scenes of crime officers are at the house and we are carrying out house-to-house enquiries in the area.

"We would urge anyone who saw anything suspicious or has any information to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111."

– Cambridgeshire Police

New research reveals significant pay gap between Luton and Cambridge

Luton town centre. Credit: PA

A new report has revealed a significant gap in what people are earning in Luton and Cambridge.

The research from the Centre for Cities says that there's been a rise in low-pay positions in Luton over the last decade, while the opposite's true in Cambridge.

It's being blamed on a decline in mid-level jobs such as admin, which experts say could make it harder for people to progress into better paid roles.

"The towns and cities that have been most affected by globalisation and technological change have seen quite significant falls in those intermediate level jobs.

They've seen shifts towards low pay, rather than high-pay occupations and that's the case in Luton."

– Naomi Clayton, Senior analyst, Centre for Cities
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