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The best way to see the Perseid meteor shower over Bishop's Stortford tonight

The best way to see the Perseid meteor shower over Bishop's Stortford tonight

The best way to see the Perseid meteor shower over Bishop's Stortford tonight

With clear skies and a warm night forecast, David James says all you need to know are where to look and when to see nature's firework show.


Takeley's Roseacres Primary wins top science award

Takeley's Roseacres Primary wins top science award

Takeley's Roseacres Primary wins top science award

160 schools around the country were awarded the mark, but Roseacres was one of only 38 to achieve gilt standard.


Stansted resident's superb picture of comet blazing across village's night sky

Stansted resident's superb picture of comet blazing across village's night sky

Stansted resident's superb picture of comet blazing across village's night sky

Keen astronomer David Taub headed out late at night to photograph Comet NEOWISE and captured in a shot with Stansted's iconic windmill.


Set your profile to private to prevent council snooping

Set your profile to private to prevent council snooping

Set your profile to private to prevent council snooping

East Herts Council's Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act policy had not been reviewed since 2010 and didn't take into account social media changes.


Council leads the way with AI to locate highway faults in Hertfordshire

Council leads the way with AI to locate highway faults in Hertfordshire

Council leads the way with AI to locate highway faults in Hertfordshire

Instead of a team logging faults, technology enables a single inspector to drive while device detects defects.


PAH sets up virtual visits by introducing video calls for patients and loved ones

PAH sets up virtual visits by introducing video calls for patients and loved ones

PAH sets up virtual visits by introducing video calls for patients and loved ones

Family and friends can arrange 10-minute video calls with patients on five wards at the Harlow hospital between 2pm and 4pm, seven days a week.


'Sextortion' scam: Police warn as porn blackmailers target Hertfordshire computer users

'Sextortion' scam: Police warn as porn blackmailers target Hertfordshire computer users

'Sextortion' scam: Police warn as porn blackmailers target Hertfordshire computer users

Victims receive emails that claim to have filmed them visiting adult content websites and demand Bitcoin payment of $2,000.


Stansted's sandwiches with attitude are ready to impress at altitude

Stansted's sandwiches with attitude are ready to impress at altitude

Stansted's sandwiches with attitude are ready to impress at altitude

Stansted turned to Not Always Caviar and a taste expert to create a sandwich designed with flavours that are enhanced at altitude.


Virology expert criticises Government 'caught napping' by Covid-19 pandemic

Virology expert criticises Government 'caught napping' by Covid-19 pandemic

Virology expert criticises Government 'caught napping' by Covid-19 pandemic

Professor Jangu Banatvala, from Henham, warns No 10: "You can't win a war if you don't have the equipment or cannot locate the enemy or its strength."


Try some 'citizen science' at Hatfield Forest

Try some 'citizen science' at Hatfield Forest

Try some 'citizen science' at Hatfield Forest

Hatfield Forest is steadily coming back to life after its winter slumbers.


How flock of swifts over Stortford's flour mill brought international award for journalist

How flock of swifts over Stortford's flour mill brought international award for journalist

How flock of swifts over Stortford's flour mill brought international award for journalist

Stortford freelance Rory Galloway won the award for his BBC Radio 4 programme exploring the science of time perception within and between species.


Stortford students rise to the challenge in crane-building competition

Stortford students rise to the challenge in crane-building competition

Stortford students rise to the challenge in crane-building competition

60 students from five schools, competing in teams of four in the Rotary tournament, had to build a crane from supplied building materials.


Free, family-friendly Wi-Fi at Stansted Airport

Free, family-friendly Wi-Fi at Stansted Airport

Free, family-friendly Wi-Fi at Stansted Airport

he accreditation comes on the back of Stansted's parent company, MAG, signing up to the Government-initiated scheme.


Lib Dem councillor in drive to improve bus services for Stortford

Lib Dem councillor in drive to improve bus services for Stortford

Lib Dem councillor in drive to improve bus services for Stortford

Chris Wilson wants Tories to look into an on-demand service for East Herts that is 'not limited by fixed routes or timetables like traditional buses'.


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