Eleanor Carne

A teacher from Cambridge has come up with a practical solution to the problems of women’s sanitation in rural parts of India. Eleanor Carne volunteered with the International Citizen Service running menstruation workshops there. On her return to the UK, …

HIV Testing Week 2016

Sexual health workers are raising awareness of the dangers of late diagnosis of HIV. As part of National HIV Testing Week, charity Dhiverse has revealed that the figures of late diagnosis in Cambridgeshire are higher than the national average. They …

Inky Gibbens – Tribalingual

A Cambridge entrepreneur is hoping to save rare and endangered languages from extinction with a new business venture. Tribalingual aims to teach  Ojibwe in North America and Ainu in northern Japan. The business, being developed at Cambridge Judge Business School, …

Premature Babies

Premature birth is the biggest killer of babies in the UK – with 1,200 dying each year. Others who survive may develop lifelong problems. It remains a major challenge to modern medicine but vital research is still poorly funded. To …

North Pole 16

The city’s annual open-air ice rink and funfair has opened on Parkers Piece in Cambridge. Last year the event attracted over 38,000 visitors. But after last year’s complaints that it damaged the grass, the site’s been reduced in size and …