Media Bulletin

Closures and a relaunch for Local World Cambridge titles

By Paul Burvill

7th August 2014

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The Cambridge News is due to be relaunched in September with style changes and additional news sections focusing on sport and health (Monday), business and ideas/innovation (Tuesday), jobs and education (Wednesday), property and 'What's On' (Thursday), and jobs and 'Wheels' (Friday), with a weekend supplement on Saturday. 

As part of the revamp three additional Cambridge News editions will be published covering Royston, Saffron Walden and Huntingdon/St Ives/St Neots. These paid-for daily editions will replace the Royston Weekly News, Saffron Walden Weekly News and the Huntingdon and St Ives Town & Crier, free weeklies aimed at readers in Cambridgeshire that are set to close next month.

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