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South Cambridgeshire, England Newswire

South Cambridgeshire, England Newswire

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  1. Schoolboy maths genius makes history as he faces up to cancerRead the original story

    Saturday | Biggleswade Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Evan Rees-Humphreys, a year 8 pupil at Gamlingay Village College, is the first student to achieve success at GCSE level, with a grade C in maths.

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  2. Cambridge News published Deer killed in crash with car on A10 in Cambridgeshire as driver...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Cambridge Evening News

    A driver has been praised by South Cambridgeshire police after a crash with a deer on the A10 - but the muntjac died. Officers tweeted today: "Car vs Muntjac yesterday morning on the A10 damaging car - always look out for wildlife on rural roads.

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  3. 'We must do more': South Cambs MP Heidi Allen on her visit to the Lesbos refugee campRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Cambridge Evening News

    South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen spent the weekend at the Kara Tepe refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, as part of a visit organised through Save the Children. Writing exclusively for the News , she tells us about her experience on the frontline of Europe's refugee crisis - and why Britain must do more to help.

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  4. Man hit with A 300 of fines and costs for flytipping offenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2016 | Haverhill Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A Haverhill man has been hit with fines and costs of 300 for using a 'man with a van' to flytip rubbish in South Cambridgeshire.

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  5. Magistrates fine St Ives man after he failed to ensure rubbish was properly disposedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Hunts Post

    A 52-year-old man from St Ives has been hit with a fine for hundreds of pounds after admitting failing in his duty of care to dispose of rubbish properly. Paperwork found in fly-tipped rubbish in Willingham led investigators from South Cambridgeshire District Council to Edward Dickson, of All Saints Green.

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  6. Cambridge News published Beacon to be installed in Cambridgeshire - despite councillors'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | Cambridge Evening News

    Plans to install a beacon in South Cambridgeshire to celebrate national events such as the Queen's 90th birthday have been backed - despite claims from councillors that the decision would be 'throwing money away on a pointless vanity project'. A notice of motion put forward by Cllr Kevin Cuffley was heard at Thursday's South Cambridgeshire District Council meeting.

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  7. Cambridge News published University of Cambridge and colleges unveil fresh vision for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | Cambridge Evening News

    A consortium of colleges and Cambridge University have unveiled a fresh vision for a major development of some 1,400 homes on the green belt to the west of Cambridge. The ambitious masterplan for the site next to the M11 would also deliver new community facilities for west Cambridge and a primary school - as well as 40 per cent affordable housing.

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  8. CambridgeNews published Evan Rees-Humphreys makes history as Gamlingay Village College's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Cambridge Evening News

    RECORD BREAKER: Evan Rees-Humphreys with his maths GCSE, headteacher James Birkett, mum Sarah, kneeling left, and teachers Lyndsay Allen and Sally Hankinson A courageous teenager who is battling cancer for the second time has put himself in his school's record books by passing his GCSE in mathematics. Evan Rees-Humphreys, 13, was the first student at Gamlingay Village College to achieve success at GCSE level - taking the exam two years early, despite not being able to attend school full-time because of his treatment.

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  9. Minicab drivers in Cambridge area face English language testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Cambridge Evening News

    Minicab drivers operating in the Cambridge area should face English language tests to improve safety as planned by Boris Johnson in London, according to taxi drivers. The call has been made by the Cambridge Hackney Carriage Association and the News can today reveal that South Cambridgeshire District Council, which licenses the majority of private hire vehicles operating in the city and surrounding areas, is considering introducing English tests for the drivers.

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  10. Cambridge News published Top police officer and Brice Springsteen fan shows illegal ravers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Cambridge Evening News

    A top police officer was amazed after illegal ravers near Cambridge turned off the music, helped litter pick and took voluntary breath tests - although one was high on Nitrous Oxide. Chief Inspector James Sutherland, area commander for South Cambridgeshire, led a team of officers who broke up the rave near Heydon on Sunday morning.

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  11. Cambridge News published Network Rail's bridge net by River Cam labelled 'dangerous' to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Cambridge Evening News

    A net hanging from a bridge over the River Cam presents a risk to pedestrians, cyclists and river users, Cambridge residents have claimed. Mike Scialom, cycling columnist for the News, said he first noticed the net hanging from the railway bridge at Stourbridge Common last weekend.

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  12. Cambridge News published Cambridge is UK's best for patents, new homes and highly skilled...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Cambridge Evening News

    Cambridge remains the country's most innovative city with a highly skilled workforce, booming private sector and rising wages - but housing has never been less affordable. Cambridge was among the country's top performers for population growth, house building, productivity and the tax it generates for the Treasury.

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  13. Ray Manning steps down from City Deal as hundreds hear alternate transport proposals for Milton RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Cambridge Evening News

    Some 200 people packed out a public meeting in the latest display of opposition to transport plans on Milton Road as another turbulent week for the City Deal came to a close. The meeting organised by the newly formed Milton Road Residents Association heard alternative visions for transport schemes from the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and Smarter Cambridge Transport.

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  14. Cambridge News published South Cambridgeshire's average house price rises by 50,000...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Cambridge Evening News

    The Cambridge property boom is spreading fast after it emerged the average house price in South Cambridgeshire rose by more than A 50,000 over the past 12 months - leaving the city in the shade. That equates to a whopping 15.2 per cent rise in the 12 months to September, according to Hometrack and Cambridgeshire Insight figures.

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  15. Disappointment at Cambridge North station delay a " and fear of similar setback on other rail projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Cambridge Evening News

    Disappointment and frustration has greeted the news that long-awaited plans for a new city railway station have been de-railed again. Network Rail has now confirmed the much anticipated Cambridge North station near the Science Park will not open until May 2017.

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  16. Masked men force open van and chainsaw stolen during 16-hour crime spate in South CambsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Crow

    Three masked men forced their way into one van, and tools were stolen from three others after a spate of thefts in South Cambridgeshire villages. Four vans were targeted within a 16-hour period last week, with police investigating the incidents and urging the public to be vigilant.

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  17. Cambridge News published 14 suspected illegal immigrants 'jump' from lorry on A14 near...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Cambridge Evening News

    More than a dozen illegal immigrants "jumped" from the back of a lorry on the A14 near Cambridge and fled into a crematorium. South Cambridgeshire police said there were reports of about 14 people seen who have "jumped" from the back of a lorry on the A14 westbound Cambridge Crematorium last night and said: "We are on scene searching."

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  18. Cambridge News published Landmark deal could see Cambridge and South Cambs keep millions...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 17 | Cambridge Evening News

    Millions of pounds for affordable homes could be staying in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire if one of our MPs can secure a landmark deal with the Government. South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen says she is on the brink of getting a crucial concession in the Government's new housing bill, where councils will be forced to sell off 'high value' stock.

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  19. A1307 "cannot take" traffic from Haverhill's Great Wilsey Park development, say residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 16 | Cambridge Evening News

    Transport links "cannot take" the influx of new commuters a 2,500-home development will produce, residents said on Thursday. At a meeting of Haverhill Town Council's planning committee to discuss the proposed Great Wilsey Park development in the town, locals hit out at figures which suggested that only 8.2 per cent of new residents would commute to Cambridge.

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  20. Whittlesford News: Have your say on South Cambs reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Cambridge Evening News

    This review will draw new council ward boundaries across South Cambridgeshire and will also take account of the Commission's announcement that in future just 45 councillors should be elected to the council: 12 fewer than the present arrangements. Currently in the immediate area around Whittlesford there are two District Councillors - Peter Topping, covering Whittlesford and Thriplow, which includes Heathfield, and Mick Martin covering Duxford and Ickleton.

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