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Schoolchildren will learn about grooming and sexual exploitation in a hard-hitting attempt to keep them safe.

Lynda Papworth, Yvette Richards, Amelia Otto and Nicola Price from North Hertfordshire Homes show off some of the new equipment that is being used by community centres across the area this week.

A housing association has launched a campaign to help tenants get online.

The panel will be monitoring the use of stop and search powers to make sure they are used responsibly

A new independent scrutiny panel to make sure police in Herts are using ‘stop and search’ powers responsibly has held its first formal meeting.

Smoking is the biggest contributory factor to fire deaths in the home

The warning on the packet has been marking our card for years – smoking is so bad for our general health that it can end up killing us.

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Advice and help at your fingertips – that’s the aim of a new website with updated features and information launched by North Herts & District Citizens Advice Bureau.

Sport

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Following Saturday’s 1-0 win over Hertfordshire rivals Potters Bar Town, the Crows’ juggernaught cruised on with an eighth straight Southern League Division One Central triumph, this time at play-off rivals Barton Rovers on Monday.

Royston BMX Track

The East Anglia Regional Winter Series concluded on March 29 at Norwich BMX Club – the event having been rescheduled following snow in February. The day started dry but rain was never far away and short, sharp showers kept the rider numbers down.

Royston Hockey Club ladies' first team celebrations

Royston Hockey Club ladies’ first team celebrated promotion to East League Division One after a 3-0 win at Hertford 1sts.

Fejiri Okenabirhie in Stevenage pre-season training

Stevenage youngster Fejiri Okenabirhie has joined Southern League side Royston Town on a youth loan until the end of the season.

Golf stock

Royston Golf Club’s Senior Winter League championship was won by Andy Forbes on Friday.

What's On

Mon, 21:22

The origins of wartime drama Suite Francaise are probably being worked up by some bright spark for the big screen treatment, because that story is at least as dramatic as anything portrayed in the respectful movie version of the worldwide bestseller.

Letchworth Arcadians Fiddler On The Roof, April 2015

A community drama company celebrating a sellout success on its return home is now getting set to tap into the appetite for dance.

The Brand New Heavies are on the bill for Rhythms of the World 2015

Organisers of June’s Rhythms of the World festival have added three names to the bill for the Hitchin Priory weekend of music and more.

The Ghost Train at Gordon Craig Theatre

Bumbling Private Godfrey from classic TV sitcom Dad’s Army came across as an amiable old duffer, but the man who played him was a sharp cookie.

Decades before Walmington On Sea’s Home Guard stalwarts captured the hearts of the nation, Arnold Ridley had penned a classic play which is still regularly revived.

Blunt Beats DJs will return to the Priory Park Stage for Rhythms of the World 2015

The stage is set for this summer’s Rhythms of the World with organisers revealing more details about the 2015 event.

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