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Yesterday, 15:33

An on-duty Royston firefighter who drove his fire engine at speed onto a roundabout with the result that it toppled over and killed a pedestrian was today found not guilty of causing his death by dangerous driving.

The cost of building Cambridgeshire County Council’s new headquarters at Alconbury Weald has already increased by 10 per cent without a brick being laid.

Royston schoolchildren have held a special assembly to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

As the topic that has split the nation for the last two years comes to its final stages, what do our MPs think about Theresa May’s draft Brexit plan?

The team at family support charity Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire have had a “wonderful evening” at a fundraising Fashion Party in Melbourn.

Sport

Mon, 17:40

Royston Town boss Steve Castle says the Crows wants to show they’re title contenders in Saturday’s Garden Walk clash with league leaders Kettering Town.

EXCLUSIVE: Royston Town boss Steve Castle has confirmed to CrowSport Chris Assombalonga has left the club. Read on for Toby Miles story now.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle says it’s ‘time to shine’ Crows squad as they lose star-men ahead of Thame United FA Trophy clash.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle insists the FA Trophy is as important as the league after the Crows cruised to a 3-0 first-round qualifying win over Maldon and Tiptree on Saturday.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle said celebrations after James Potton’s last-gasp wonder-strike are impossible to replicate, as the Crows snatched a 1-0 win over Banbury United on Saturday.

What's On

Thu, 11:06
United Kingdom

Folk group Lau, winner of Best Group four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, will be at Saffron Hall on Friday, November 30.

Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker will be danced by Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet at Cambridge Corn Exchange on December 29, 30 and 31 and January 1.

Wise Children at Cambridge Arts Theatre from November 20-24 is a celebration of show business in music, dance, drama and song.

For me, life doesn’t get much better than thousands of people singing Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up at the top of their voice on a Tuesday night in Cambridge.

Ruth Jones, who has been off the stage for 12 years due to her successes on television, is an absolute delight in this intriguing and funny play.

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