There is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area in the Bronze Age and in Roman Britain; under Viking rule, Cambridge became an important trading centre. The first town charters were granted in the 12th century, although city status was not conferred until 1951.
Cambridge has eight senior men's teams and three women's teams competing in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions. Men's teams play in the WaiBOP Premiership (formerly Federation One) and WaiBOP Championship (formerly Federation Two), the Waikato A, B (2), C, and D (2) divisions and a Sunday league team known as the Red Devils. The women's teams play in the Waikato A, B and C divisions. The club also fields boys' and girls' youth teams and has about 430 junior team players (under 16).
A Labour MP has claimed that divisions stoked by the Tory Party's culture wars has left him feeling 'less physically safe as a gay man' compared to 30 years ago ... Mr Bryant added ... During his BBC interview, Mr Bryant was asked to provide examples of the Tories' culture war policies ... Cambridge's student newspaper publishes woke 'trigger... .
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...Duke of Cambridge ... Rajan’s documentary had been hugely hyped in some newspapers, who alleged it could reveal if royal households, in particular the Duke of Cambridge’s, supplied negative briefings against his brother and sister-in-law, an allegation that is firmly denied by aides.
The detection of the new Covid variant�has put many countries, including India, on�high alert ... Indian-origin professor of clinical microbiology at CambridgeUniversity, Ravi Gupta, told The Guardian newspaper that work in his laboratory found that two of the mutations on B.1.1.529 increased infectivity and reduced antibody recognition ... ....
As Knoedler was acquiring his knowledge of the district, he was also acquiring a love of journalism that took him first to the staff of The Pitchfork, the Cambridge Springs Junior-Senior High School newspaper, and WXCS, the low-powered radio station that broadcasts Cambridge sports.