So natural beauty. Wow.
And he likes the taste of champagne
Animal rights campaigner Lee Culley has pledged to protect birds from harm during the upcoming May Bumps.
For the first time ever, lobster will be featured on the regular formal and buttery menus at St John’s. CLAUDIA LEONG reports.
The son of infamous swan Mr Asbo, “Asboy”, has brought terror back to the Cam after getting in a fight with an innocent cow.
Punting is no longer the safe haven for moderate alcoholics, Chinese tourists or students that it used to be, HEATHER MCKAY reports.
Ageing anarchist Ian Bone’s protest went limp as only 12 middle-aged militants showed up.
Cam Conservators have been accused of attacking sitting ducks.
Mr. ASBO has finally been moved from the Cam, to the delight of rowers and journos alike.
Cantabs are in uproar over a move by Cam Conservators to ban punting under the influence.
Rowers are raging as riverside terror and hate figure Mr Asbo is to stay in Cambridge for his own welfare.
Mr ASBO’s reign of terror on the Cam could finally come to an end.
Mr ASBO, Cambridge’s most dangerous swan, is set to return to the Cam any day now.
Battleship Bob, Mr ASBO’s number one defender, has received a hefty fine for disrupting May Bumps.
Every Cam-user’s feathered best friend has been removed from the river and is currently undergoing treatment for arthritis in his toe.
Mr ASBO’s days on the river could be numbered after Cam Conservancy decided to request for its removal.
As Natural England prepares to rule on whether to remove Mr Asbo from the river, 55-year old ‘Battleship Bob’ comes out in his defence.
Mr Asbo’s illustrious predecessors
After terrorising boaties last year, rowers have made a desperate appeal to the Queen for the permanent removal of the “ASBO Swan” from the river Cam.