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By Katy Lewis

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  1. Goodnight Cambridgeshire

    That's it for live updates for Cambridgeshire this week. Scroll down the feed to look back at any stories you may have missed.

    We'll resume our live updates at 08:00 on Monday.

    Have a great weekend.

  2. Overnight weather: Misty in places with the chance of some light rain

    Julie Reinger

    BBC Look East weather

    There will be thicker cloud and outbreaks of light rain and drizzle spreading eastwards through this evening and overnight.

    It'll turn misty in places, with light south to south-westerly winds.

    Temperatures under clear skies initially dropping to about 9C (48F), but by the end of the night everywhere will have risen back into double figures.

    Overnight weather map

    A grey and mild start to Saturday, with some patchy mist, rain and drizzle.

    As the day goes on, drier and brighter conditions should gradually spread northwards.

    Some northern parts of the region may hold on to some very patchy rain until late afternoon.

    Temperatures will range from 15C (59F), where we keep the cloud, to 19C (66F) in the best of any sunshine.

    Get a full forecast where you live at BBC Weather.

  3. Air show will see vintage planes take to the sky

    Katy Lewis

    BBC Local Live

    The Battle of Britain Air Show takes place at Duxford this weekend as the Imperial War Museum continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary.

    Spitfire

    Among the events are a flying display of more than 40 historic aircraft - including a flypast of 14 Spitfires - and a Meet the Authors marquee will also host some of the most renowned Second World War writers.

    It means - and it probably goes without saying - that traffic around the M11 Junction 10 and A505 is expected to be busier than usual. Drivers are advised to follow signposted routes to the site.

  4. Drug driving arrest following A1M crash

    A lorry driver involved in a crash on the A1M has been released under investigation after being arrested on suspicion of drug driving.

    Lorry involved in crash

    The crash between the lorry and a van happened near junction 15 for Sawtry at about 11:30.

    Lorry involved in crash

    No-one was seriously injured but two lanes of the northbound carriageway were closed for a time.

    Lorry involved in crash
  5. Music therapy trial starts for stroke patients

    A pioneering trial for stroke patients is taking place in Cambridgeshire.

    It's the first year-long UK hospital trial to assess whether music therapy can help people recover following a stroke.

    Work is now under way at Addenbrooke's Hospital, led by Dr Alexander Street of the Music for Health Research Centre at Anglia Ruskin University.

    He said: "Just listening to patient-selected music significantly - and this is statistically significant - improves attention and language recovery and mood.

    "It's globally processed. It's like a colleague of mine once said, 'it's like a mega-vitamin for the brain'."

  6. March body find: Police await results

    Katy Lewis

    BBC Local Live

    Earlier we mentioned a body had been found in the public toilets on Broad Street in March.

    Police have now confirmed it was the body of a man in his 40s.

    Officers are still currently treating the death as non-suspicious, but they are awaiting the results of a post-mortem examination.

  7. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A1(M) Cambridgeshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    A1(M) Cambridgeshire northbound severe accident, between J15 for B1043 Old North Road and J16 for A15 London Road.

    A1(M) Cambridgeshire - Two lanes closed and slow traffic on A1(M) northbound between J15, B1043 (Sawtry) and J16, A15 (Norman Cross), because of an accident involving a car transporter and another vehicle and recovery work.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  8. Body found in public toilets

    Katy Lewis

    BBC Local Live

    A body has been found in the public toilets on Broad Street in March.

    Public toilets on Broad Street in March

    Cambridgeshire Police said it was called to the scene by the ambulance service just after 11:30 on Thursday.

    The force has described it as a "sudden death", which is currently being treated as "unexplained".

  9. Travel: Traffic slow after lorry comes off road

    Katy Lewis

    BBC Local Live

    You may have heard on the radio that there are problems on the eastbound A14 at Fenstanton this morning.

    Well, this is why...

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    A lorry has completely left the carriageway.

    Police say the road is still open but "traffic is slow".

  10. Today's weather: Dry with plenty of sun

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC Look East weather

    After a rather cool start, today will be a dry day with plenty of sunshine around, although a bit more cloud will develop in the afternoon.

    Early patches of mist and fog should have gone by about 09:00.

    Maximum temperature: 18C (64F).

  11. Welcome back to live updates

    Katy Lewis

    BBC Local Live

    Welcome back to live updates for Cambridgeshire where we'll be here until 18:00 keeping you up-to-date with the latest news, sport, weather and travel as it happens.

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    As always, if you want to get in touch you can by email,Facebook or Twitter.

  12. Our live updates across the day

    Kris Holland

    BBC News

    That's it for Thursday's live updates for Cambridgeshire. Scroll down the feed to look back at any stories you may have missed.

    We'll resume our live updates at 08:00 tomorrow, but any breaking news stories will appear here in the meantime.

    Have a good evening.

  13. Lorry ploughs into front of shop

    Alex Harris

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    A lorry ripped off the front of a shop after ploughing into it this morning.

    The lorry clipped the building - a general store - in Churchgate Street in Soham shortly after 11:00.

    Lorry which crashed into shop

    No-one was injured and no arrests have been made, Cambridgeshire Police said.

    However, the front of the building was badly damaged, and structural engineers are currently assessing the safety of the shop.

  14. Olympic gold medallist teaching children

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    Video caption: Olympic gold medallist Helen Richardson-Walsh teaching hockey

    Helen Richardson-Walsh, who was part of the women's hockey squad who won gold at the Rio Olympics, has joined the sports staff at a school in Cambridgeshire.

  15. Cambridgeshire's newspapers: Motorist drove damaged car, job fair, lorry hits building

    Here's a look at what else is making the news around Cambridgeshire today:

    • Cambridge News report that a motorist attempted to drive on the A14 after a crash had wrecked his car.
    • Peterborough Today write that hundreds of people attended a jobs fair in the city.
    • And the Wisbech Standard say a building in Soham is at risk of collapse after a lorry crashed into it earlier.
  16. Public consultation to decide preferred busway route

    A new busway for Cambridgeshire has moved a step closer overnight.

    The new route will run eight miles between Cambourne and Cambridge, and will also include a park and ride site.

    Busway

    A public consultation will help to identify which of three preferred routes is selected as the final option.

    One is an off-road busway through countryside, avoiding the A428 and A1303, while a bus lane following the A428 and A1303 into Cambridge as far as Lady Margaret Way is also shortlisted.

    A third option is for an alternative on-road option - which would allow buses to travel in either direction depending on conditions - for the A1303 west of the M11.

    Francis Burkit, chair of the Greater Cambridge Partnership executive board which is leading the project, said: "We as the board do not have a preferred route because we are totally neutral but we will put the options out for public consultation before Christmas."

    Another guided busway, which connects Cambridge with Huntingdon and St Ives, opened in 2011.