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Herts’ police and crime commissioner has said a proposed freeze in the force’s council tax precept won’t affect a recruitment drive.

A survey has found calls to a debt helpline go up across the area.

The number of people in Stevenage and North Herts turning to debt advice services for help has risen by almost 20 per cent in the last year, new figures show.

A10 cycling corridor campaigners Rod Taylor, John Meadows, Tina Filby, Erika Bosman and Susan van de Ven.

A county councillor has spoken of her ‘astonishment’ after plans for a £7.2 million cycling ‘super highway’ connecting Royston and Cambridge were put on hold.

Jose Hales, district and parish council and Val Barrett, district and parish council

The organiser of a public exhibition revealing a developer’s plans to build just under 200 homes and a 75 bed care home in Melbourn said he’s pleased with the interest generated by the public.

A Creative Royston concert captured by photographer Terry Hartga

Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham’s regular look at the voluntary sector in North East Herts

Sport

Thu, 10:01

It was a tough week for Melbourn Squash Club’s teams as all three fell to defeat in the Cambs League.

Stephen Hendry

On April 29, 1990, a 21-year-old Stephen Hendry defeated Jimmy White, 18-12, to become the youngest ever winner to raise the Snooker World Championship.

Scott Bridges celebrates for Royston

Royston Town failed their promotion litmus test as they were hammered 4-0 at Bedworth United in Southern League Central Division One.

Royston Town v Arsenal

Here are Comet reporter Layth Yousif’s surmises of Royston Town U18s slender FA Youth Cup fourth round defeat to seven-time winners Arsenal on Wednesday night. Do you agree?

Royston celebrate

It was not the procession many had predicted but in the end it was the result, although Arsenal U18s were made to work for their narrow 2-1 win over Royston Town U18s in the FA Youth Cup fourth round at Borehamwood on Wednesday night.

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Yesterday, 22:30

The team behind a festival marking its 10th anniversary this year says the status of headliners Basement Jaxx is a ‘benchmark of things to come’.

A Creative Royston concert captured by photographer Terry Hartga

Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham’s regular look at the voluntary sector in North East Herts

Rhythms of the World family area

Liz Marfleet is already hard at work planning summer festival’s offer beyond the many music stages

Art

The wealth of young talent in Letchworth’s schools will be showcased in two free exhibitions at the town’s arts centre.

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