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Rail user groups in North Herts believe Govia Thameslink Railway’s £5 million fine for the chaos caused by the May 2018 timetable is merely a “token gesture”.

A taskforce set up by Cambridgeshire County Council to look at the impact of Brexit says fears have been raised by the community and voluntary sector over “inequalities and poverty, pressures upon their services and funding for their work”.

A petition demanding that the government revoke article 50 and cancel Brexit has gone viral nationally, with numbers rising by the hour - we’ve taken a look at the response in our area.

Two men were taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious injuries after a HGV overturned in Cambridge Road between Fowlmere and Newton on Tuesday.

Concerns have been raised about Cambridgeshire County Council’s decision to back Route A in the East West Rail link consultation – with councillors claiming a new town of up to 30,000 houses in the Bassingbourn area is being supported “almost on a whim”.


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Formula One is about speed, glamour, danger, power and money – and with the start of the 2019 season interest has never been higher, writes Layth Yousif.

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.

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Some of the hottest new music names around have been added to the Standon Calling 2019 festival line-up.

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.

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