Cambridge Evening News
Interactive Graph: Addenbrooke's and Hinchingbrooke register mixed...
Every winter, cold weather, flu and other sickness bugs create backlogs at hospitals as staff desperately try to cope with an influx of patients.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
AG Barr sparkles as sales rise in England
THE summer heatwave has sent sales at Irn-Bru maker AG Barr fizzing as the Cumbernauld firm posted figures showing it is shrugging off its failure to complete the takeover of larger rival Britvic.
SIS Live Expands Production Operation With Clear-Com
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND SIS Live has installed a fully-integrated communications platform with Clear-Com intercom systems as well as two new hybrid broadcast vans, all of which was supplied by Tyrell.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
School of Open begins investigating its impact with the OER Research Hub
I took up residence in Milton Keynes, England, for one week in October as the Linked OER Research Hub Fellow for the School of Open .
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Rail scheme is on track to deliver to local companies
Environmental surveying has started on the mothballed section of the East West Rail link between Claydon Junction and Bletchley - and will be resumed in the spring.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
VIDEO: Christmas comes to Frosts Garden Centre
Visitors to a special Christmas shopping event on Thursday evening enjoyed a festive treat which included entertainment from Willen Hospice Choir and the New Orleans Jazz Band.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Network Learning Conference 2013
School leaders from across the UK will gather in London this week for the EdisonLearning Network Learning Conference on "'Collaborative Autonomy; the Courage to Shape the Future' at Church House, Westminster, London on November 28. For the last 10 years, school improvement specialist EdisonLearning has worked in partnership with schools and ... (more)
OAP is evicted from hospital
Retired sheltered housing scheme warden Joan Parker has been handed a seven-day notice to quit the Trust premises by Friday.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Scottish News: Spending cuts 'dividing society'
Government spending cuts are creating a more divided society by leaving councils in the poorest parts of England and Scotland around 100 worse off per person than the richest ones, research has found.
On track thanks to rail volunteers
Official opening of Men In Sheds Milton Keynes new premises in Kiln Farm. "Shedder" Peter Gallagher watches Deputy Mayor Cllr Brian White cut the ribbon.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Please note up to 24 hrs notice is required from the time of payment in order that the items can be made ready by calling 01908 686091 This auction is for a KCP Wildcat bicycle .
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Labour to bring back new towns
The next Labour government would launch the biggest programme of new town construction in decades, shadow chancellor Ed Balls is to say.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Interesting Things About Christopher Reeves' Last Superman Movie
As Christopher Reeve gloomily put it in his autobiography Still Me, "we had to shoot at an industrial park in England in the rain with about a hundred extras, not a car in sight, and a dozen pigeons thrown in for atmosphere."
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Businesses and educators linking up for the young
Members of Milton Keynes Business Leaders Partnership and their guests recently visited Milton Keynes College for a breakfast presentation.
Boots and Macmillan team up to support shoppers
City shoppers at thecentre:mk will be able to get free advice on cancer care and support, thanks to a new partnership with the Macmillan service at Milton Keynes Hospital.
Have your say on ways to improve local health services
Have your say about ways to improve local health services at a meeting in the Winslow Centre at 7pm tomorrow, Wednesday.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Mystery of Nadine Dorries MP, her millionaire landlord and the internet glamour model
The bizarre property and financial web involving the trio is revealed for the first time today after a Sunday Mirror investigation Controversial Tory MP Nadine Dorries shares her landlord with a Romanian glamour model who seeks out sex on the internet.
Decision to award multi-million pound Milton Keynes homes contract...
Developers have awarded a huge Milton Keynes infrastructure contract to a local firm in the face of stiff competition from national operators.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
150 new jobs are within Range
The Range, in Grafton Court, Snowdon Drive, Winterhill, is the company's 79th across the country, the 10th to open in 2013 and one of three stores on the same day.