Cancer Research UK is investing £5.8m in research to find new ways of treating brain tumours in children.Read the full story ›
New research commissioned by the government found that half the population of Cambridge works in the technology sector.Read the full story ›
An electrical company's been fined after a mother was dragged to her death in the shutter door mechanism of an underground car park.Read the full story ›
Buses 'too polluting' for London are ending up in Cambridge, officials fearRead the full story ›
City holds first pride festival and celebrates with a UK firstRead the full story ›
A man convicted of wounding a 23-year-old in Cambridge 16 years ago has been summoned to court to answer a charge of murder.
Alexander Lloyd was left with irreversible brain damage and paralysis after an assault on Hills Road in 2003. Nearly 14 years later, he died.
Bakri Siraj-Eldin was jailed in 2004 in connection with the attack.
Now 79 and living in Hove, East Sussex, he has been summoned to appear at Cambridge Magistrates' Court to answer a charge of murder.
Women who suffer high blood pressure in pregnancy have a much higher risk of heart attack according to a study from Cambridge University.Read the full story ›
Police have launched a manhunt after a man was stabbed in broad daylight in Cambridge.Read the full story ›
The first ever black head of an Oxbridge college has been elected. Jesus College Cambridge has chosen Sonita Alleyne as its next Master.Read the full story ›