Researchers from Cambridge have discovered a new section of the boundary wall of the river port of ancient Rome.
The man in charge of the Tour De France has been in Cambridge to assess the conditions for the race in July.
Spring normally signals the start of the cricket season, but another sport involving a bat and ball is proving just as popular.
There are calls for a major investment to improve pavements in Cambridge.
Paralympic hopeful, Claire Connon has organised a petition which will be handed over to the county council next week.
She's also received support from her local MP who went out in a wheelchair to see the difficulties for himself.
The petition calls on the council to take urgent action on the state of the city's pavements.
It comes just days after the government announced it was making an extra two hundred million pounds available for highway maintenance across the country.
The petition will be handed over on Tuesday.
Thousands of youngsters in Cambridge have been finding out how they can use science in their everyday lives as part of a drive to get more of them interested in the subject. The annual University of Cambridge Science Festival allows children to take part in a range of activities.
Last weekend alone more than 20,000 people attended events around the City and it's hoped that figure will be beaten this weekend.
The Cambridge Science Festival is expecting thousands of visitors on its closing weekend.
The festival started on March 10 and finishes on Sunday (March 23).
On its opening weekend more than 20,000 visitors attended events in the city.
Events on Saturday include Amazing Animals at the Cambridge Science Centre and Laser Bunny Hop at the Institute for Manufacturing.
Event on Sunday include Anitbody Angling at the Clinical School and the Plant Pattern Hunt at the Botanic Garden.
For a full programme of events visit the Cambridge Science Festival website.
The subject of depression in sport has gained an increasing profile with more sportsmen coming forward and talking about their difficulties.
The latest is former Cambridge United manager Martin Ling who was diagnosed with depression in 2010.
Since leaving his last club Torquay United, Ling hasn't been able to get a job managing again despite insisting that he is able to do so.
For more information about mental illness you could visit the charity Time to Change.
Click below for the full interview with Martin Ling.
A community centre on the north west development at the University of Cambridge has been approved by local planning authorities.
The joint venture with trustees from the University and Cambridge City Council, will serve the new community and the wider Cambridge public.
Heather Topel, of the North West Cambridge Development said: “The development is very much a joint venture that brings together Cambridge City Council and the University to provide a quality facility for the community, and we look forward to delivering this aspect in partnership.”
Works on the North West Cambridge Development infrastructure will start in 2014 with phased completions from late 2015-16.
Disruption on First Capital Connect between Kings Cross and Peterborough, between Kings Cross and Cambridge and between Moorgate and Welwyn Garden City due to person hit by train at Hatfield.
A residential area of Cambridge has been named one of the most desirable places to live in the country.
Newnham came second in The Sunday Time's list of '101 Best Places to Live in Britain'. It was praised for offering “country living in the heart of Cambridge”, and retaining a genuine village atmosphere.
It narrowly missed out on first place to Skipton in North Yorkshire.
The Sunday Times said: "The places were selected for offering the best quality of life to the widest number of people, and combining desirable features such as a positive community spirit, good local shops, services and attractive outdoor spaces."
A series of unique and surreal images created by scientists at the University of Cambridge, have gone on display.
The exhibition is part of Cambridge Science Festival, and aims to open up the world of scientific study to the public. The images include a fruit fly's brain and the last tree felled in a forest in Malaysia.
Flights to Amsterdam and Geneva are being suspended atCambridge International Airport on the 30th March.
Following the recent major investment in Darwin Airline by Etihad, now the newly named Etihad Regional, the company has been reviewing its current network of routes across Europe.
It will be temporarily suspending services between Amsterdam, Geneva and Cambridge.
But the operator plans to confirm new flights between Cambridge and Verona for May 2014, with a major UK tour operator.
All other existing flights at Cambridge International Airport are continuing as normal.
Steve Jones, Managing Director of Cambridge International Airport said. "We enjoy a good relationship with Etihad Regional and whilst we respect their decision to temporarily suspend Amsterdam and Geneva services.
The steady growth of routes in the past six months serves as proof of a strong market demand in the Cambridge region. Naturally we are delighted to see Verona becoming a new regular destination from Cambridge."