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  1. Updates for Monday, 22 February
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather updates from 08:00 on Tuesday

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    That's all from our live page today - congratulations once again to the Peterborough Lotto winners - we'll have more on this tomorrow when we're back from 08:00.

    Don't forget - you can get involved with our live page at any time. Send us your stories and pictures by emailFacebook or Twitter.

  2. Weather: Chilly overnight with clear spells, and a touch of frost

    Dan Holley

    BBC Look East weather

    It will be a chilly night tonight with a few clear spells in places, this will allow a touch of frost to develop.

    Weather Chart

    Minimum temperature: 2C (36F).  For a more detailed forecast for where you live head to BBC Weather

  3. BreakingA married couple from Peterborough have won £32.5m

    There's a media call tomorrow where we'll find out more details on the lucky Lotto winners.

    We'll have updates throughout tomorrow.

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  4. Addenbrooke's Hospital issues plea to only use A&E in a genuine emergency

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    This was the scene outside A&E at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge earlier.

    The hospital says it is "extremely busy," prompting a plea for people to only attend in a genuine emergency.

    Ambulances

    The hospital says at one point there were six ambulances outside A&E delivering emergency cases, but there were "lots of people with minor injuries who could have gone elsewhere".

  5. To stay or leave: Final tally of how Cambridgeshire MPs intend to vote in the EU referendum

    Hannah Olsson

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire political reporter

    Here's how Cambridgeshire MPs have declared they intend to vote in the EU referendum:

    Leave:

    • Steve Barclay, Conservative, North East Cambridgeshire
    • Stewart Jackson, Conservative, Peterbrorough

    Remain:

    • Lucy Frazer, Conservative, South East Cambridgeshire
    • Heidi Allen, Conservative, South Cambridgeshire
    • Shailesh Vara, Conservative, North West Cambridgeshire
    • Jonathan Djanogly, Conservative, Hunitngdon
    • Daniel Zeichner, Labour Cambridge
  6. EU referendum: East at forefront of debate to remain or leave

    Andrew Sinclair

    BBC Look East political correspondent

    With its geographical proximity to Europe, our trading links with the European Union and many of our local MPs in the leave campaign, the East of England will be at the forefront of this debate

    Euro flags

    Those who want to leave will keep telling us that in the East of England we send £1.9bn a year to Brussels in taxes - but have had just £1.5bn from the EU in grants over the last seven years. 

    The stay campaign will argue the benefits of EU membership are worth far more than just what we get in grants. They will talk about the £14bn of trade we do with the EU a year and the open borders policy which allows people to freely travel and work across the continent.

  7. Your pictures: Guided bus crash in Cambridge

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    Nick Guttridge sent us this picture of the recovery operation taking place after a bus left the Guided Busway near Foster Road, Cambridge, at 14:00.

    Guided Bus accident

    You can see the latest on the crash in Look East on BBC One at 18:30.

  8. Cambrigeshire Guided Busway remains closed following crash

    The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway remains closed near Addenbrooke's Hospital after a bus left the track at Foster Road shortly after 14:00.

    Get the latest travel updates online and from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

    Scene of Guided Bus crash
    Guided Bus crash
  9. At the scene: Bus leaves Guided Busway in Cambridge

    Mark Williamson

    BBC Local Live

    This is the scene in Cambridge where a bus has left the Guided Busway and crashed into a bank, near Foster Road. Five people have been injured.

    Guided Bus crash
  10. BreakingFive people injured after bus leaves Guided Busway in Cambridge

    Alex Harris

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    The East Anglian Ambulance Service say five people have been injured after a bus left the Guided Busway near Foster Road in Cambridge.  

    One person has a hip injury, another a chest injury and three others are described as “walking wounded”.

  11. Travel: Guided Busway closed between Addenbrooke's Hospital and Trumpington

    BBC Travel

    The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway is closed in both directions near the Trumpington Park and Ride site.  Buses have been diverted on to roads.

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  12. Keane returns to U's

    Phil Shepka

    BBC Sport

    Midfielder Keith Keane has returned to Cambridge United from his loan spell at fellow League Two club Stevenage.

    The 29-year-old made five appearances for Boro, scoring once.

    Keith Keane
  13. Single life healthiest for birds, finds new study by Cambridge researcher

    Katharine Park

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    Single birds are healthier than those that have paired up to raise a family, according to a study co-authored by a Cambridge researcher.

    Northern Bald Ibis

    A study of captive bald ibises (above), in Austria, showed laying eggs and raising chicks can have a negative effect on the health of birds.

    Dr Claudia Wascher from Anglia Ruskin University says: "The northern bald ibis is critically endangered and so a better understanding of how the costs of reproduction affect reproductive output could help to support conservation programmes and its re-introduction into the wild."

  14. Dead runner identified say police

    Emma Maclean

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    A man who died while running in Milton Country Park last week has been identified, police say.

    Milton Country Park

    The man, who has not been named, is believed to be in his 50s or 60s and was found by two members of the public just after 17:00 on Wednesday.   

    Officers launched a public appeal which led them to a house in Landbeach where they located personal documentation. They say the man's family lives in Australia.

  15. Fire in student flat started by incense sticks

    Tom Horn

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

    Incense sticks were the cause of a fire in a student flat next to the Arts Theatre in Cambridge last night, the fire service says.

    Peas Hill

    Two crews were called to the accommodation on Peas Hill about 21:15 - it had been safely evacuated.  

    The incense sticks "were left burning unattended and then fell onto flammable materials in the sleeping area", station commander Stuart Smith said.

  16. Angry drivers hit out as A14 and M11 roadworks drag on until June

    Cambridge News

    Drivers are facing up to four more months of "scandalous" roadworks misery on major highways in Cambridgeshire as contractors plough on with a long list of repairs.

  17. Weather: Rain clearing to become mainly dry and bright

    BBC Weather

    It will remain fairly cloudy into this afternoon with the odd spot of rain still possible at first, then we may see the odd brighter or sunnier spell developing later. Maximum temperature: 8C (46F). 

    Clouds brewing near Cambridge

    The clouds were certainly gathering near Cambridge this morning, captured by BBC Weather Watcher 'Ebb and flow'.

  18. EU referendum: MP Shailesh Vara confirms support to remain in the EU

    Hannah Olsson

    BBC Radio Cambridgeshire political reporter

    The Conservative MP for North West Cambridgeshire Shailesh Vara has confirmed he will be voting to remain in the EU in the referendum on 23 June.

    Shailesh Vara

    David Cameron will outline details of last week's deal with EU leaders in a Commons statement at 15:30.  

  19. 'Wonderful’ East Anglian public thanked for letting Prince William get on with his work as ambulance pilot

    East Anglian Daily Times

    The “wonderful” East Anglian public have been praised for allowing the Duke of Cambridge to carry out his vital work with the air ambulance unhindered.