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  1. A major search operation has resumed in Devon to find missing junior doctor Rose Polge, whose family live in Melbourn
  2. Friends of Giulio Regeni say the government has a "moral responsibility" to ensure a full investigation is carried out into death of the Cambridge student in Egypt
  3. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Wednesday

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By Mark Williamson

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  1. That's all from Cambridgeshire Live

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    We'll be back tomorrow with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel between 08:00 and 18:00.

    Remember, you can get involved at any time. Send us your stories and pictures through email, Facebook or Twitter.

  2. Social media bid to find owner of hand-drawn comic

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    Before we go, this hand-drawn comic was found lying on the pavement on Mill Road, in Cambridge, and Hanna who found it wold like to get it back to the young artist who made it.

    She can be contacted on Twitter @hanna_louise

    Hand drawn comic
  3. Cambridge city councillor named as Labour candidate for PCC election

    Cambridge News

    Cambridge city councillor and former firefighter Dave Baigent has been selected as Labour's candidate for Cambridgeshire's next police and crime commissioner.

  4. Weather: Dry overnight with clear spells allowing a patchy frost

    Alex Dolan

    BBC Look East weather

    It will stay dry across the area through the evening and overnight. Minimum temperature: 0C (32F).

    Weather map

    After a chilly start tomorrow, it will be a dry morning with some bright or sunny spells.  A Yellow warning for snow has been issued for tomorrow evening.

    For more on the outlook where you live head to BBC Weather.  

  5. Councillors vote against Cambridgeshire County Council budget

    Hannah Olsson

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire political reporter

    Councillors have voted against passing Cambridgeshire County Council's budget by 33 votes to 28.

    The full council meeting, at Shire Hall, has been adjourned to see if a compromise can be found.

    You can read more about the cuts proposed in the budget here.

  6. Headlines: Family of missing doctor 'overwhelmed' by support... Arrest made after Wisbech stabbing

    Kerry Devine

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    Here are the top stories in Cambridgeshire this evening:

    • The Cambridgeshire family of missing doctor Rose Polger say they are 'overwhelmed' by the support they have recieved
    • Police make arrest after stabbing in Wisbech leaves man with life threatening injuries 
    • Stalemate at Shire Hall after councillors vote against approving Cambridgeshire County Council budget
  7. Whittlesey World War One soldier became first 'friendly fire' casualty just days after war declared

    BBC News Magazine

    Arthur Rawson, from Whittlesey, became the first World War One British soldier to be killed by 'friendly fire', just five days after war was declared.

    Funeral of Arthur Rawson

    The Cambridgeshire Regiment corporal was shot accidentally, by his friend Pte Alfred Davis, while they were billeted at Romford in Essex, on 8 August 1914.

    The story was uncovered by researchers looking into the histories of troops who signed a visitors' book a a tea room in Peterborough.

  8. Department of Health: 'Our thoughts are with Dr Polge's family'

    Kerry Devine

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    A Department of Health has issued a statement about missing junior doctor Rose Polge.

    It reads:"Our thoughts are with Dr Polge's family and friends at an extremely difficult time...but we will not be making further statements while the police pursue their enquiries". 

    Police divers

    The search for the missing doctor is continuing off the coast around Ansteys Cove in Devon.

  9. Travel: Crash involving two lorries in Ely

    BBC Travel

    A crash involving two lorries has closed the A142 Stuntney Causeway, in Ely.

  10. Your pictures: E-luminate Festival lights up Cambridge

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    This image of the Judge Business School, in Cambridge, lit up as part of the E-Luminate Festival, was taken by Dave Amann.

    Judge Business School

    The festival, which features light shows projected on famous Cambridge buildings, finishes tomorrow.

  11. Man arrested following Wisbech stabbing

    Kerry Devine

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a stabbing on Churchill Road, Wisbech.

    Churchill Road

    At about 17:15 yesterday, police were called to a property where a man in his 20s had received "life-threatening" injuries.

    The victim, a man in his 20s, remains in a critical condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn.

  12. Note found in car belonging to missing doctor

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    The BBC understands that a note was found in the car of missing junior doctor Rose Polge, which contains a one line reference to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

    It's thought to be a passing reference within a note about other issues.

  13. Cyclists' verdict as Cambridge's CyclePoint opens at railway station

    Cambridge News

    The biggest cycle park in the UK opened its doors yesterday in Cambridge, with commuters at the city's railway station getting to use the £2.5m facility for the first time - and they welcomed it.

  14. Family of missing doctor 'overwhelmed' by support

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    The family of missing doctor Rose Polge, from Melbourn, say they are "overwhelmed " by support from her friends and colleagues. 

    Police searching rocks

    In a statement issued this afternoon they thanked poeple who had been helping search for her on the Devon coast.

    The 25-year-old doctor, whose car was found in a car park near Ansteys Cove in Devon, disappeared on Friday.

  15. BreakingFamily of missing doctor Rose Polge issue statement

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    The Cambridgeshire family of Rose Polge, the 25-year-old doctor currently missing in Devon, have released the following statement: "We would like to thank everyone for their help and kind words.

    "The support we have received from family and friends has been much appreciated, and clearly Rose is loved far and wide".

  16. Drone used in search for missing junior doctor Rose Polge

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    Police have used a drone in the search for missing junior doctor Rose Polge, whose family live in Cambridgeshire.


    Divers are currently searching just south of the cove, as part of a major search operation.

    Police said it was "totally out of character" for her to go missing, adding that concerns for her welfare are rising.

  17. Weather: A fine afternoon with plenty of sunshine

    BBC Weather

    After a cold start, it is going to be a fine afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Maximum temperature: 7C (45F).

    Trees near Linton

    The blue skies over the county today were captured in this picture of trees near Linton, by BBC Weather Watcher 'Ginny'.

  18. Cambridge County Council meet to debate budget

    Hannah Olsson

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire political reporter

    A full council meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council has begun at Shire Hall, in Cambridge, to debate the budget and proposed cuts to services.  The council is streaming it live...

    View more on twitter
  19. Snow warning issued for Cambridgeshire

    BBC Weather

    A Yellow early warning of snow for Cambridgeshire on Wednesday night has been issued by the Met Office. For more details head to BBC Weather.

    Snow graphic
  20. Councillors uncertain if county council budget will be passed

    Hannah Olsson

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire political reporter

    None of the councillors I've spoken to at the full council meeting at Shire Hall would predict whether Cambridgeshire Council's budget would be passed today. 

    County council

    The council says cuts of £120m over the next five years are needed because the authority will be getting less money from central government.

    But Liberal Democrat, Labour and Independent counciilors have criticised plans not to raise the council tax precept to fund adult social care.