Zero Carbon described the declaration as ‘simply not good enough’
Bid goodbye to your bicycle, folks
A car collision destroyed Newnham College gardener Jason Causton’s beloved garden on Wednesday afternoon.
A glow-in-the-dark path has been built on Christ’s Pieces to improve cycling safety
SANDY McCLEERY runs us through Cambridge’s City Council’s latest weird move.
CUAF will oppose an EDL march next month with a counter protest planned for the same day.
If you thought Fez was going to stay open, think again.
The first phase of the Sports Complex could be completed within 18 months after leaping the last administrative hurdle.
SIMON PAGE rediscovers his love of the Internet, after a visit to the tip.
Cambridge City Crematorium could become the first in the country to adopt new ways of disposing of corpses, such as freezing or dissolving them.
Cambridge has been rocked with the news that some of its best restaurants have been slammed in a recent council crackdown.
HANNAH MARTIN peers beyond the glossy parliamentary politics to the unsung heroes of local government.
A council cock-up has called into question whether they are fit to manage this year’s May Balls.
A â€˜Downing Streetâ€™ sign was withdrawn from an auction this week after doubts were raised over its authenticity.
Cambridge city council have caved in to calls to abolish council tax for grads.