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Youths risk lives with train 'chicken' games

Youths risk lives with train 'chicken' games

Youths risk lives with train 'chicken' games

16 October 2021

Greater Anglia has issued staff with body cams in response to growing concerns about anti-social behaviour in and around Stansted station.


Police chief says 'work must continue year round' to boost BAME officers

Police chief says 'work must continue year round' to boost BAME officers

Police chief says 'work must continue year round' to boost BAME officers

15 October 2021

Herts Constabulary has 128 Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) officers – 5.6% – compared to 7.6% nationally.


High school gets to work on careers convention

High school gets to work on careers convention

High school gets to work on careers convention

15 October 2021

Over 45 companies will be represented at the event for pupils in Years 10, 11, 12 and 13.


Snooker 'Whirlwind' Jimmy launches refurbished club

Snooker 'Whirlwind' Jimmy launches refurbished club

Snooker 'Whirlwind' Jimmy launches refurbished club

15 October 2021

Stansted Social Club welcomed the sporting legend to its new snooker room where he played nine frames against guests - winning all nine!


Karen swaps cake for a charity motoring challenge

Karen swaps cake for a charity motoring challenge

Karen swaps cake for a charity motoring challenge

14 October 2021

Karen Burton and husband Terry are driving a classic Mini around Yorkshire in a three-day event to raise cash for Buttle UK.


Twitchers back on the wildlife trail

Twitchers back on the wildlife trail

Twitchers back on the wildlife trail

14 October 2021

Around 20 twitchers, including three new recruits, walked from Castle Gardens to Cannons Mill Lane.


Illuminating argument secures floodlight funds

Illuminating argument secures floodlight funds

Illuminating argument secures floodlight funds

14 October 2021

The town council decided to make a £4,200 grant from the Brazier Trust and pay for half of a floodlighting project at the Beldams Lane site.


Town council to referee sports funding competition

Town council to referee sports funding competition

Town council to referee sports funding competition

14 October 2021

Eight contenders have come forward with schemes ranging in cost from £12,595 and £150,000. They total £612,000.


Appeal for volunteer to lead group fighting hate crime

Appeal for volunteer to lead group fighting hate crime

Appeal for volunteer to lead group fighting hate crime

14 October 2021

"Hate crime is an insidious crime that can have a corrosive effect on our communities and lasting, life-long impacts on victims."


'Time running out' to reunite and house family with four-year-old daughter receiving end of life care

'Time running out' to reunite and house family with four-year-old daughter receiving end of life care

'Time running out' to reunite and house family with four-year-old daughter receiving end of life care

14 October 2021

Single mum Natalie Hills fled domestic violence and then lost her privately rented flat. She is hoping East Herts Council can find her family a home.


Pizza Hut ready for a slice of the action in Bishop's Stortford

Pizza Hut ready for a slice of the action in Bishop's Stortford

Pizza Hut ready for a slice of the action in Bishop's Stortford

14 October 2021

East Herts Council has approved its application to convert the former Halfords car parts and bicycle shop in South Street into a fast food outlet.


'A positive atmosphere and ambitious goals set at Conservative party conference'

'A positive atmosphere and ambitious goals set at Conservative party conference'

'A positive atmosphere and ambitious goals set at Conservative party conference'

14 October 2021

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson on the Conservative party conference, Safer Streets Fund, Covid booster jabs and energy prices


Every little helps at harvest festival

Every little helps at harvest festival

Every little helps at harvest festival

13 October 2021

The representation of a bundle of wheat, a basket also made from dough and loaves were created by Tesco baker Nick Carrizzo.


Vinegar Hill to spice up Jackson Square

Vinegar Hill to spice up Jackson Square

Vinegar Hill to spice up Jackson Square

13 October 2021

The company has signed a lease on the shopping centre unit vacated by clothing company Joules in September.


Hate crime: Plea to Herts residents to answer online survey

Hate crime: Plea to Herts residents to answer online survey

Hate crime: Plea to Herts residents to answer online survey

13 October 2021

The law recognises five types of hate crime on the basis of race, religion, disability, sexual orientation and transgender identity, but not sex.


New virtual fracture clinic for Princess Alexandra patients

New virtual fracture clinic for Princess Alexandra patients

New virtual fracture clinic for Princess Alexandra patients

13 October 2021

"The virtual clinic is designed to improve our patients' experience so that they are not required to attend for multiple face-to-face assessments."


Nina is honoured for her outstanding long service caring for disabled

Nina is honoured for her outstanding long service caring for disabled

Nina is honoured for her outstanding long service caring for disabled

12 October 2021

Nina Collier was working in a nursing home when she came into contact with disability charity Hft staff and the people they supported in Ugley.


Inspector urges people to call 999 immediately in event of indecent exposure

Inspector urges people to call 999 immediately in event of indecent exposure

Inspector urges people to call 999 immediately in event of indecent exposure

12 October 2021

Insp Mark Collins' comments follow a man exposing himself to a woman walking in Pishiobury Park after shouting at her and pushing her.


School steps up health and hygiene operation amid daily rises in Covid cases

School steps up health and hygiene operation amid daily rises in Covid cases

School steps up health and hygiene operation amid daily rises in Covid cases

12 October 2021

Students to wear face masks in communal areas, take lateral flow tests at home at least twice a week and wear PE/sports kit all day on relevant days.


Firefighters' invitation to join them on 5k for baby loss charity SANDS

Firefighters' invitation to join them on 5k for baby loss charity SANDS

Firefighters' invitation to join them on 5k for baby loss charity SANDS

12 October 2021

Firefighters are inviting people to join them on their daily 5k run or walk as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week.


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