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Illustrators from Anglia Ruskin University are celebrating sweeping the board at one of the industry's most prestigious awards ceremonies.
The students from the Children's Book Illustration course there took home the first, second and joint third prizes at the MacMillan prize.
The Prize was established in 1985 to stimulate new work from young illustrators in art schools, and to help them to take the first steps in their professional lives.
"With 245 submissions, once again the entries for the Macmillan Prize have shown there is a wealth of new talent out there showing a passion for illustration and storytelling. The winners all showed that they could weave words and images together elegantly to put their visions across.”
A man arrested then released over the death of his wife has said she took her own life as he spoke of "the worst days" of his life.
The body of dentist Dr Helen Nicoll, 53, was found at her house in Frog End, Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire, by police last Friday.
Her husband and business partner Stephen Nicoll, 53, was arrested on suspicion of murder but later released without charge by Cambridgeshire Police.
A post-mortem examination found Mrs Nicoll died from asphyxiation. Today Mr Nicoll issued a statement, saying:
These last few days have been the worst of my life. Nobody can understand the true loss that my children and I have experienced following the discovery that my wife Helen has taken her own life. We have fully co-operated with the police investigation and the matter has now been referred to the coroner. Whatever questions remain surrounding the circumstances of Helen's death, I would ask everybody, particularly the media, to respect our privacy and allow us to come to terms with our devastating loss and to begin the grieving process as a family following this tragedy."
His solicitor Paul Oliver said police have confirmed Mr Nicoll is not a suspect and he and his family now ask that their right to grieve in private be respected.
A 53 year-old man arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman in Great Wilbraham has been released without charge.
Police are still treating the death as unexplained.
A post mortem has been carried out and Police say Helen Nicoll from Great Wilbraham died as result of asphyxiation.
A 53 year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder, but her death is still being treated as unexplained.
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The post mortem on the body of Cambridge dentist Dr Helen Nicoll has found she died from asphyxiation.
Police are now treating the death as unexplained.
Police are investigating the sudden death of a Cambridge dentist. Dr Helen Nicoll was found dead by police at her home in Great Wilbraham on Friday.
A 53-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of her murder and has answered bail pending the results of a post mortem examination.
Helen Nicoll shared the home with her husband Dr Stephen Nicoll, who is also a dentist, and their three children.
15 years ago the family were filmed by ITV News Anglia after Helen Nicoll gave birth to their youngest child in the back of the family car, The baby was delivered by her husband by the A14.
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A woman found dead at a house in Cambridgeshire has been named locally as Helen Nicoll - a dentist in the area.
Her body was found at Frog End in the village of Great Wilbraham near Cambridge on Friday after neighbours alerted emergency services.
A 53-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released on bail until tomorrow.
A post mortem is also due tomorrow.
A 53 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was found dead in Cambridgeshire.
Officers discovered the body at Frog End in the village of Great Wilbraham.
Police say the dead woman is also in her 50s.
They are currently questioning the man at Parkside Police station in Cambridge.
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