Media Bulletin

Closures and a relaunch for Local World Cambridge titles

By Paul Burvill

7th August 2014


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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