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Jackson Square manager outlines what shoppers can expect on reopening

Jackson Square manager outlines what shoppers can expect on reopening

Jackson Square manager outlines what shoppers can expect on reopening

02 June 2020

Shopping centre manager Michael Smith warns that arrangements might change at short notice to keep the precinct safe for all.


Union vows to ground job loss and pay cut plans at Stansted

Union vows to ground job loss and pay cut plans at Stansted

Union vows to ground job loss and pay cut plans at Stansted

02 June 2020

Check-in and baggage handling contractor ABM intends to axe 200 workers, with remaining staff expected to accept a 15% drop in wages.


90% of Hertfordshire primary schools reopen despite widespread fears

90% of Hertfordshire primary schools reopen despite widespread fears

90% of Hertfordshire primary schools reopen despite widespread fears

01 June 2020

Council says plans well under way for phased return of other pupils after Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 go back on Monday.


Free parking to come to an end as coronavirus lockdown eases

Free parking to come to an end as coronavirus lockdown eases

Free parking to come to an end as coronavirus lockdown eases

01 June 2020

East Herts Council suspended ticketing at the 10 car parks it operates in Bishop's Stortford at the end of March.


Domestic violence increases 11% during lockdown

Domestic violence increases 11% during lockdown

Domestic violence increases 11% during lockdown

30 May 2020

Groups and charities that support domestic abuse and sexual abuse victims can apply for a share of a new £20m Covid-19 fund.


Council gears up for possible Covid-19 peak in Herts care homes

Council gears up for possible Covid-19 peak in Herts care homes

Council gears up for possible Covid-19 peak in Herts care homes

30 May 2020

The alert from Herts County Council comes as it publishes a detailed response to care minister on how it is using Govt's £600m Infection Control Fund.


SuPaw Nanny wins Covid-19 cash from East Herts

SuPaw Nanny wins Covid-19 cash from East Herts

SuPaw Nanny wins Covid-19 cash from East Herts

30 May 2020

The discretionary grant scheme is aimed at traders who can demonstrate a significant fall in income because of the Covid-19 crisis.


Bereavement Cafés: St Clare launches online service for victims of loss

Bereavement Cafés: St Clare launches online service for victims of loss

Bereavement Cafés: St Clare launches online service for victims of loss

30 May 2020

The new service consists of seven local Facebook community groups and one for young people aged 18 to 30 called Youth Bereavement Café.


Fear of hundreds of preventable Covid-19 deaths in Herts care homes

Fear of hundreds of preventable Covid-19 deaths in Herts care homes

Fear of hundreds of preventable Covid-19 deaths in Herts care homes

29 May 2020

Some 235 deaths listing Covid-19 were registered in Herts from April 10 to May 15 according to the ONS but Lib Dems fear it was 500.


‘Messy’ end to year but outgoing mayor speaks of 'precious experience'

‘Messy’ end to year but outgoing mayor speaks of 'precious experience'

‘Messy’ end to year but outgoing mayor speaks of 'precious experience'

29 May 2020

Cllr John Burmicz was forced to cancel events which would have boosted his chosen charity, 309 (Sawbridgeworth) Squadron air cadets.


Union wants urgent talks with council over reopening of Herts primary schools

Union wants urgent talks with council over reopening of Herts primary schools

Union wants urgent talks with council over reopening of Herts primary schools

29 May 2020

The NEU says: "We would like Hertfordshire County Council to note that the death rates are higher now than when schools first closed."


'Civic picnic' on the cards as new mayor looks to get creative

'Civic picnic' on the cards as new mayor looks to get creative

'Civic picnic' on the cards as new mayor looks to get creative

29 May 2020

Cllr Annelise Furnace’s ingenuity and imagination will be tested as she holds the chain of office in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.


Union calls for loans from Government to save jobs at Stansted Airport

Union calls for loans from Government to save jobs at Stansted Airport

Union calls for loans from Government to save jobs at Stansted Airport

29 May 2020

The airport is the region's largest single-site employer, with 1,765 people directly employed and over 10,200 people working for nearly 200 companies.


Stortford Tories leader: 'It hurts to be told Cummings doesn't have to follow same rules as law-abiding citizens'

Stortford Tories leader: 'It hurts to be told Cummings doesn't have to follow same rules as law-abiding citizens'

Stortford Tories leader: 'It hurts to be told Cummings doesn't have to follow same rules as law-abiding citizens'

28 May 2020

Boris Johnson's chief adviser 'needs to take a back seat for now', says Hertford and Stortford Conservatives chairman Alexander Curtis.


Accuro services for disabled members online during pandemic

Accuro services for disabled members online during pandemic

Accuro services for disabled members online during pandemic

28 May 2020

Accuro (Care Services) had to cancel all clubs and face to face services when Government restrictions were announced.


Medics say thank you with can collection for food bank

Medics say thank you with can collection for food bank

Medics say thank you with can collection for food bank

28 May 2020

The initiative began when the emergency department (ED) team launched the 'We can with a can' initiative two weeks ago.


County council thanks football club for recycling centre 'assist'

County council thanks football club for recycling centre 'assist'

County council thanks football club for recycling centre 'assist'

28 May 2020

Bishop's Stortford FC is letting drivers queueing for the waste site at Woodside wait on its land rather than on the road.


Labours attacks Julie Marson over statement on Dominic Cummings

Labours attacks Julie Marson over statement on Dominic Cummings

Labours attacks Julie Marson over statement on Dominic Cummings

28 May 2020

Labour said: "Residents wanted to know what made Mr Cummings so different to them, and whether or not Ms Marson agreed...he had broken the rules."


Herts teaching union says June 1 return to primary school is unsafe

Herts teaching union says June 1 return to primary school is unsafe

Herts teaching union says June 1 return to primary school is unsafe

28 May 2020

National Education Union has set five tests which it says must be met before more children return to their classrooms.


Coronavirus: Councils back extra support for Citizens Advice team

Coronavirus: Councils back extra support for Citizens Advice team

Coronavirus: Councils back extra support for Citizens Advice team

28 May 2020

It costs East Herts Citizens Advice around £225,000 a year to provide free advice about debt, consumer and legal problems, benefits and relationships.


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