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New boss for Herts fire service and trading standards

New boss for Herts fire service and trading standards

New boss for Herts fire service and trading standards

Ex-Met police officer is new director of community protection – and deputy fire and rescue service chief moves one rung up the ladder.


Eight-mile traffic jam after HGV collision on M11

Eight-mile traffic jam after HGV collision on M11

Eight-mile traffic jam after HGV collision on M11

Highways England warned of delays of up to 90 minutes with traffic backing up more than 8 miles towards Bishop's Stortford junction.


Herts police dog unit's newest recruits are trained for the grimmest of tasks

Herts police dog unit's newest recruits are trained for the grimmest of tasks

Herts police dog unit's newest recruits are trained for the grimmest of tasks

English springer spaniels Max and Xena can locate human body parts and bodily fluids in water after passing specialist course with handlers.


Have you seen Roadrat bike stolen from Market Square?

Have you seen Roadrat bike stolen from Market Square?

Have you seen Roadrat bike stolen from Market Square?

The theft from outside Stortford's Tourist Information Centre happened on the evening of Thursday May 27.


Cyclist taken to hospital after collision with car at junction in Bishop's Stortford

Cyclist taken to hospital after collision with car at junction in Bishop's Stortford

Cyclist taken to hospital after collision with car at junction in Bishop's Stortford

Police were called soon after 1pm on bank holiday Monday following the incident at the junction of London Road and Thorley Hill.


Police appeal after M11 collision north of Bishop's Stortford

Police appeal after M11 collision north of Bishop's Stortford

Police appeal after M11 collision north of Bishop's Stortford

Vauxhall Zafira and VW Touran involved in incident on southbound carriageway between junctions 9 and 8.


Publican's despair as women do runner after racking up £151 bill

Publican's despair as women do runner after racking up £151 bill

Publican's despair as women do runner after racking up £151 bill

Two women, accompanied by a young child, ordered roast dinners, cocktails and spirits then drove off without paying.


Two taken to hospital after fire at Stortford car repair business

Two taken to hospital after fire at Stortford car repair business

Two taken to hospital after fire at Stortford car repair business

Five fire engines were sent to Hilton Coachworks and police blocked off the entrance to the Raynham Road industrial estate.


County lines: 13 arrested and drugs and cash seized in Herts crackdown

County lines: 13 arrested and drugs and cash seized in Herts crackdown

County lines: 13 arrested and drugs and cash seized in Herts crackdown

Seven men from Birmingham, London and Lincoln charged and six others arrested in week of police action involving raids in Stevenage and Walkern.


Police chief: 'Key theme of my next term will be how police can better serve public'

Police chief: 'Key theme of my next term will be how police can better serve public'

Police chief: 'Key theme of my next term will be how police can better serve public'

Herts on course for record number of officers in its history – but they will not just be used to catch more criminals, says PCC David Lloyd.


Police join forces to hunt serial masked flasher

Police join forces to hunt serial masked flasher

Police join forces to hunt serial masked flasher

Incidents were first reported in the summer of 2019 and have continued each year as the weather starts to improve.


RSPCA and police probe discovery of mutilated muntjac hanging in tree

RSPCA and police probe discovery of mutilated muntjac hanging in tree

RSPCA and police probe discovery of mutilated muntjac hanging in tree

Woman came across "creepy" and "sickening sight" while walking her dog at the historic Rivers orchard in Sawbridgeworth.


Exotic animals used in children's parties perish in Cammas Hall Farm fire

Exotic animals used in children's parties perish in Cammas Hall Farm fire

Exotic animals used in children's parties perish in Cammas Hall Farm fire

Garg's Animal Parties entertainer Gareth Williamson 'heartbroken' after creatures that have brought joy to hundreds in the Stortford area perished.


Police seek man after wine bottles smashed in Stortford store

Police seek man after wine bottles smashed in Stortford store

Police seek man after wine bottles smashed in Stortford store

The criminal damage took place at the Dawn to Dusk store in Elizabeth Road following an altercation.


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