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Stansted bosses call for Government to go further on travelling abroad

Stansted bosses call for Government to go further on travelling abroad

Stansted bosses call for Government to go further on travelling abroad

"Govt needs to publish which countries will be in green, amber and red categories of 'traffic light' system... and confirm travel can resume May 17."


Queen’s representative in Herts hails Prince Philip's sense of duty, humour and fun

Queen’s representative in Herts hails Prince Philip's sense of duty, humour and fun

Queen’s representative in Herts hails Prince Philip's sense of duty, humour and fun

Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Herts pays tribute after Buckingham Palace announces Duke of Edinburgh's death two months before his 100th birthday.


Residents' fears as Tesco is granted 24-hour alcohol licence six days a week

Residents' fears as Tesco is granted 24-hour alcohol licence six days a week

Residents' fears as Tesco is granted 24-hour alcohol licence six days a week

Tesco told East Herts Council licensing sub-committee that licence change did not mean store would automatically extend its opening hours.


Prince Philip's death: Police urge people to pay tribute safely

Prince Philip's death: Police urge people to pay tribute safely

Prince Philip's death: Police urge people to pay tribute safely

Herts County Council and Essex Police release tributes after Buckingham Palace confirms Duke of Edinburgh's death at 99.


New home for Bishop's Stortford Escape Rooms

New home for Bishop's Stortford Escape Rooms

New home for Bishop's Stortford Escape Rooms

The leisure business has escaped its launch base at Peek Business Centre, off Dunmow Road, and moved closer to the town centre.


Free parking offer as BID invites shoppers to 'Discover Stortford'

Free parking offer as BID invites shoppers to 'Discover Stortford'

Free parking offer as BID invites shoppers to 'Discover Stortford'

For a month from April 12, motorists will be able to use the Causeway car park free from 3pm each Monday and Tuesday.


Go-ahead for Bishop's Stortford hotel despite hostel fears

Go-ahead for Bishop's Stortford hotel despite hostel fears

Go-ahead for Bishop's Stortford hotel despite hostel fears

Councillors approve scheme for 29-bed hotel with 46 parking spaces to replace 11-room Woodlands Lodge B&B built in 1991.


M11 shut both ways between Bishop's Stortford and Harlow

M11 shut both ways between Bishop's Stortford and Harlow

M11 shut both ways between Bishop's Stortford and Harlow

Motorway closed between junctions 7 (Harlow/A414) and 8 (Stansted Airport/A120) after lorry crashes into bridge.


Tragedy of woman who went into hospital for minor cosmetic surgery and never came home

Tragedy of woman who went into hospital for minor cosmetic surgery and never came home

Tragedy of woman who went into hospital for minor cosmetic surgery and never came home

Paula Andrews suffered respiratory arrest at private hospital which cancelled her procedure because staff mistook effects of anxiety pills for drink.


Public to be able to visit police station – but not to report crime

Public to be able to visit police station – but not to report crime

Public to be able to visit police station – but not to report crime

Part-time information point staffed by volunteers will advise people on wide range of subjects and direct them to other agencies for more help.


Car mounts roadside bank and gets wedged beneath St James' Park estate sign

Car mounts roadside bank and gets wedged beneath St James' Park estate sign

Car mounts roadside bank and gets wedged beneath St James' Park estate sign

Driver and passenger escape injury as their Suzuki Alto leaves the road on Easter Sunday afternoon.


'Great British summer' key to success of Stortford pubs' reopening

'Great British summer' key to success of Stortford pubs' reopening

'Great British summer' key to success of Stortford pubs' reopening

Pubs can open their beer gardens from Monday (April 12), with customers restricted to the rule of six and instructed to remain seated.


Sixth-formers remember 'fairy' Caz and Army cadet Alex on charity day

Sixth-formers remember 'fairy' Caz and Army cadet Alex on charity day

Sixth-formers remember 'fairy' Caz and Army cadet Alex on charity day

Bishop's Stortford High School boys dress as fairies and girls as soldiers to remember Year 13 students who died within 18 months of each other.


Curtain rises on East Herts' plans for £19.9m revamp at Hertford Theatre

Curtain rises on East Herts' plans for £19.9m revamp at Hertford Theatre

Curtain rises on East Herts' plans for £19.9m revamp at Hertford Theatre

The development management committee has approved plans to make Hertford Theatre "a beacon of sustainability for the county and for theatres".


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