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Historic Royston pub The Green Man has closed for a £220,000 refurbishment.

A company and the only one of its kind able to look after a youngster subject to specialist needs has gone bust, forcing Cambridgeshire County Council to write off an £85,000 bill.

An air ambulance landed in Royston this morning after a man suffered a cardiac arrest.

A record number of knives have been surrendered in Herts during a week-long amnesty.

Fire crews from Baldock and Royston had to evacuate cattle from a field after 100 tonnes of straw caught alight near Ashwell.

Sport

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

The NR F1 Podcast previews the 2019 Formula 1 season and Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne – where Mercedes and Ferrari prepare to do battle once more.

The talk on the train from Waterloo to the home of rugby was of City bonuses rather than bonus points, stock conversions rather than converted tries and trips to the Amalfi Coast instead of the Stadio Olympico.

England hosted Italy in the Six Nations at Twickenham on Saturday. Read on for Layth Yousif’s match report.

Hitchin’s highly-rated super lightweight fighter Tom Ansell kept his unbeaten record after beating Michael Williams from Leicester 59-55 after six absorbing rounds after their super lightweight bout at the York Hall on Saturday evening.

Verulam Cycling Club were the hosts for another successful running of the Muddy Monsters Cyclo-cross race series – the fourth round of this year’s championship.

What's On

America

Punk Rock Musical, Green Day’s American Idiot will be at the ADC Theatre Cambridge from March 26-30 and we have a special 30 per cent reader’s discount on tickets.

Rachel Wagstaff’s adaptation of Dame Agatha Christie’s 1962 whodunit, The Mirror Crack’d is clever. Few in the audience would have guessed who the killer was. The denouement is a surprise.

A new ‘pay what you can afford’ film season opens in Cambridge next week with special guests introducing movies they love.

One of the biggest publishing trends of the past year seems to be mental health, alongside feminism and doctor’s memoirs.

Well! This is a machine gun of a play. Non-stop energy and with such rapid fire performances creating high-pressure salesmen that I left the theatre vowing never to buy anything - ever again.

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