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Woman moved by three deaths in 10 days to offer mental health 'first aid'

Woman moved by three deaths in 10 days to offer mental health 'first aid'

Woman moved by three deaths in 10 days to offer mental health 'first aid'

Elaine Knibbs formed volunteer group Let's Talk, Stansted! to be a 'first port of call' for those suffering alone with their mental health.


Parkinality: 'Thanks to those who helped out when we ate out'

Parkinality: 'Thanks to those who helped out when we ate out'

Parkinality: 'Thanks to those who helped out when we ate out'

Julie Walker, who lives with Parkinson's disease, reflects on her Eat Out to Help Out experiences, including a cocktail incident at Peach


Chas Gill: 'If you thought coronavirus was over, you couldn't have been more wrong'

Chas Gill: 'If you thought coronavirus was over, you couldn't have been more wrong'

Chas Gill: 'If you thought coronavirus was over, you couldn't have been more wrong'

Indie columnist Chas Gill is urging common sense and for people to isolate whenever possible as we prepare for the coronavirus second wave


Commissioner works with companies to target cyber crime

Commissioner works with companies to target cyber crime

Commissioner works with companies to target cyber crime

The event is being held online from 8am to 9am with an opportunity for networking from 9am to 9.30am on Thursday, October 8.


Ex-Lemon Tree chef Luke offers seconds with online charity cook-along

Ex-Lemon Tree chef Luke offers seconds with online charity cook-along

Ex-Lemon Tree chef Luke offers seconds with online charity cook-along

Luke Fishpool's first Zoom session creating a Thai green curry raised money and awareness for disability charity Accuro (Care Services).


Stortford MP vows to repeat virtual jobs fair after inaugural event's 'triumph'

Stortford MP vows to repeat virtual jobs fair after inaugural event's 'triumph'

Stortford MP vows to repeat virtual jobs fair after inaugural event's 'triumph'

In all, 27 employers and support organisations were represented at Julie Marson's virtual employment and apprenticeships event.


Council refuses to extinguish ban on bonfires at allotments in Stortford

Council refuses to extinguish ban on bonfires at allotments in Stortford

Council refuses to extinguish ban on bonfires at allotments in Stortford

Bishop's Stortford Town Council has confirmed a ban on burning waste at its 10 allotment sites despite calls for a rethink.


Council takes a dim view of street lights as part of its climate change strategy

Council takes a dim view of street lights as part of its climate change strategy

Council takes a dim view of street lights as part of its climate change strategy

Herts County Council considering reducing environmental impact of its 115,000 lights by varying their brightness and operating hours.


Boy 'in street drug deal' in Stortford threatens passer-by with club

Boy 'in street drug deal' in Stortford threatens passer-by with club

Boy 'in street drug deal' in Stortford threatens passer-by with club

Man walking along Cricketfield Lane confronted by hooded youth aged 15-16 dressed all in black and with a scarf covering his face.


Have your say on push for 'greener' development in East Herts

Have your say on push for 'greener' development in East Herts

Have your say on push for 'greener' development in East Herts

More environmentally friendly building is district council's aim as it seeks to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2030.


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