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Four-star! Herts and Essex A-level quartet achieve clean sweep of four A*s

Four-star! Herts and Essex A-level quartet achieve clean sweep of four A*s

Four-star! Herts and Essex A-level quartet achieve clean sweep of four A*s

Herts & Essex High School hails Year 13 cohort who "surpassed all expectations with a phenomenal set of A-level results".


Green Belt warning to bidders as Thorley woodland goes under the hammer

Green Belt warning to bidders as Thorley woodland goes under the hammer

Green Belt warning to bidders as Thorley woodland goes under the hammer

Barney Estates and Auctioneers has set a guide price of £40,000 for each 0.3-acre (1,214 sq m) plot of the Thorley Lane East wood.


Leventhorpe head's tribute to 'superb young people' celebrating A-level success

Leventhorpe head's tribute to 'superb young people' celebrating A-level success

Leventhorpe head's tribute to 'superb young people' celebrating A-level success

Top-performing students were Reece Mascall and Matthew Morrissey, who both achieved a clean sweep of 4 A* grades.


Dog owner slams 'idiot' after pet dies fleeing fireworks

Dog owner slams 'idiot' after pet dies fleeing fireworks

Dog owner slams 'idiot' after pet dies fleeing fireworks

Although upset about the death of his pet Liam Cardiff questioned why someone would risk a firework setting light to fields in drought conditions.


Hole forms in Rye Street as torrential rain shuts roads in Bishop's Stortford

Hole forms in Rye Street as torrential rain shuts roads in Bishop's Stortford

Hole forms in Rye Street as torrential rain shuts roads in Bishop's Stortford

Almost two inches of rain fell on Wednesday afternoon as a thunderstorm moved over Bishop's Stortford.


Councillors pledge to protect woodland from speculators

Councillors pledge to protect woodland from speculators

Councillors pledge to protect woodland from speculators

Two of 12 0.3-acre (1,214 sq m) plots are set to go under the hammer with a guide price from Barney Estates and Auctioneers of £40,000 each.


Isabel Hospice open day raises awareness on charity's 40th birthday

Isabel Hospice open day raises awareness on charity's 40th birthday

Isabel Hospice open day raises awareness on charity's 40th birthday

Stortford Area Volunteer Support Group chairwoman Renée Friend organised the event in Jackson Square.


St Elizabeth's families fear care home consultation is 'box-ticking'

St Elizabeth's families fear care home consultation is 'box-ticking'

St Elizabeth's families fear care home consultation is 'box-ticking'

Charity's trustees have launched a month-long consultation which they say gives "families every chance to be heard".


Marson under attack as Labour calls for action on cost of living crisis

Marson under attack as Labour calls for action on cost of living crisis

Marson under attack as Labour calls for action on cost of living crisis

"Put petty party differences aside and call upon the Prime Minister to back Labour's emergency proposals to tackle the cost of living crisis."


Stansted shop worker is victim of racist attack

Stansted shop worker is victim of racist attack

Stansted shop worker is victim of racist attack

Two women and two girls went into the village’s Tesco Express, Cambridge Road, at 10pm on Thursday, July 28 and were racially abusive.


Work by Affinity Water blamed for Stortford 'gridlock'

Work by Affinity Water blamed for Stortford 'gridlock'

Work by Affinity Water blamed for Stortford 'gridlock'

Drivers took to social media to complain about "gridlock" around East Herts Council's Jackson Square multi-storey car park as a result.


Deadline looms over Sawbridgeworth Town Council by-election

Deadline looms over Sawbridgeworth Town Council by-election

Deadline looms over Sawbridgeworth Town Council by-election

Mr Royle resigned earlier this month as he felt his time would be better spent supporting the community groups to which he belongs.


Little Hadham bypass drainage works require further investigation

Little Hadham bypass drainage works require further investigation

Little Hadham bypass drainage works require further investigation

The Lloyd Taylor Drain must be improved and work is set to continue into the autumn.


Grove Cottage reveals building plans for 'best facilities possible'

Grove Cottage reveals building plans for 'best facilities possible'

Grove Cottage reveals building plans for 'best facilities possible'

After a detailed review of spatial needs and operational requirements, a new improved scheme has been designed by Pardon Chambers Architects.


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