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The chief executive of Hertfordshire County Council has announced his retirement.

Brown bins have been left uncollected in Royston and the surrounding North Herts villages for more than a week – causing residents to brand the situation “unbelievable”.

Our region’s failing ambulance service is to receive additional funding for an extra 330 frontline staff and 160 ambulances, in a bid to meet national standards.

Objectors to the application to deregister common land in Royston have called on the Conservators of Therfield Heath and Greens to resign, after the Planning Inspectorate rejected the proposal.

With the “biggest timetable shake-up in history” now upon us, reporter Georgia Barrow spent the morning commuting to London on the Great Northern line to see first-hand whether passengers’ concerns about the changes held true.


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Royston Town striker Adam Marriott says he wants to leave Garden Walk and give it ‘one last shot’ in the football league.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle said he is targeting the title as the Crows’ league allocation is decided.

The NR F1 Podcast reviews the 2018 Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix, won by Lewis Hamilton, intrigued by Max Verstappen and slandered by Romain Grosjean.

A triumphant Hannah Gallagher has hailed Royston’s victory in the Herts Presidents’ Trophy calling it “a lovely way to finish off”.

Royston completed a wonderful year by adding silverware to their promotion-winning season with a 28-12 victory over Barnet Elizabethans in the Herts Presidents’ Trophy final.

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Biggleswade Comet

There will be plenty of family fun at the steam fair and country show in Stotfold this weekend.

Following 2009s Fantastic Mr Fox, American filmmaker Wes Anderson again delves into the world of stop motion animation.

The family of a former district councillor from Melbourn who died from motor neurone disease has organised a charity music evening in her memory.

The faded Southern Belle, Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire is one of the most difficult roles to perform.

Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society put on quite a show at the weekend – and raised nearly £2,000 for a Meldreth mental health charity.

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