A bigger and brighter Cambridge News will hit the streets in September.
Cambridge News to relaunch with fresh new design
The daily title is being revamped with a vibrant new look and new sections covering sport, business, entertainment and lifestyle. There will also be a greater opportunity for readers to get involved, contributing content and debating the issues that matter to them.
As part of the relaunch, 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 existing free weeklies and will provide these communities with up-to-date news coverage.
Cambridge News editor Paul Brackley said: "We are looking forward to bringing our readers a bigger, brighter and better Cambridge News, featuring a fresh design and more content. Daily editions of the title will enable us to reflect what is happening in our local communities, while the new sections will provide a focus for key areas of people’s lives in the region.
"These are exciting improvements that will reaffirm the newspaper's position as the voice of the community."
Richard Duxbury, managing director of Cambridge Newspapers said: "The new paid-for daily editions are great news for the local area. The Cambridge News is a great product that is about to get even better. Extensive research has gone into the new title's design and content and it will mirror what's important to the people who live in the communities we serve."
Cambridge News updated and new sections will include:
- Monday – Sport & Health
- Tuesday – Business, Ideas (celebrating research, debate and innovation across the Cambridge region)
- Wednesday – Jobs & Education
- Thursday – Property & What's On
- Friday – Jobs & Wheels
- Saturday – Weekend Supplement
The Cambridge News is published daily to a circulation of 15,000 (2017)