BSCG wants East Herts to insist on zero carbon developments, invest in infrastructure to cut car use and increase residents' access to renewables
Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) member Richard Freeman, who represents Saffron Walden Castle, is the new chairman of the district council
Ware member Jonathan Kaye handed East Herts chain of office by outgoing civic leader Keith Warnell, who lost his Stortford seat in local elections
Mullucks tells MP and former housing minister Mark Prisk stamp duty is 'single biggest barrier to people moving house'
The 45th US president landed aboard Air Force One with First Lady Melania Trump at the start of his first UK state visit
Indie photographer Vikki Lince's pictures from Stansted, where the US president arrived aboard Air Force One at the start of a three-day state visit
TBSHS A Level student mows a message – with eye-catching greeting – in parents' gardens for incoming US president aboard Air Force One
Bishop's Stortford's MP says Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt is 'effective leader... who can reach across the party and reach out to voters'
The Brexit Party, Liberal Democrats and Green Party knocked Conservatives off top spot into fourth
The Conservatives, who topped the district poll in 2014 ahead of UKIP, were fourth behind the Brexit Party, Liberal Democrats and Green Party
Tories and UKIP lose five of their six MEPs in East of England as Nigel Farage's outfit and pro-Remain parties gain seats
Hemel Hempstead Conservative Colette Wyatt-Lowe becomes chairman as her husband relinquishes vice-chairman position
Voters go to the polls on Thursday May 23 to elect 7 members to represent Herts, Essex and the other Eastern counties in the European Parliament
Stortford Lib Dem chairman Mione Goldspink: "We plan to work very hard to justify the trust which the electors have shown in us."
'We hope Tories don't take this level of support – 40% of a 30% turnout – as an endorsement of their plans for Stortford South and Old River Lane'
Local elections review: Conservatives lost absolute majorities but retained control of town and district councils, winning 51 of the 67 seats