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Three celebrities have thrown their weight behind a new campaign to inform parents how to save a choking baby.

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Two men who were training at Bassingbourn Barracks have pleaded not guilty to raping a man in Cambridge.

Libyan soldiers who trained at Bassingbourn Barracks have denied the rape of a man in Cambridge.

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The free digital workshops are taking place in Melbourn.

Limited spaces are available for free digital and business skills workshops for women across Cambridgeshire.

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Police closed the road for about five hours after the accident.

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after two men died in a fatal collision near Thriplow yesterday.

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Votes for women

A new play commissioned by Mayor of Stevenage Sherma Batson and Stevenage Arts Guild has proved such a hot ticket that another performance has already been arranged before it has even been staged.

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Two men have died in a crash on the A505, which was shut for more than eight hours.

Two men have died after a two-car crash on the A505 near Thriplow during the early hours of this morning.

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Monica is calling on people to put their views forwards for a new WI group

People are being urged to have their say on whether or not to introduce another Women’s Institute to Royston.

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Money raised from the workshop will go towards Alzheimer's Research UK

A charity weight loss workshop being held in Barrington next week will support the work of Alzheimer’s Research UK.

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Specials constables Kebba Jobe and Ian Bailey

Most people’s new year’s resolutions are destined to fail at the first hurdle.

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Flooding on the line between Farringdon and St Pancras has caused a quater of Thameslink services to be suspended this evening.

Train journeys from London King’s Cross will be more crowded than usual this evening after a quarter of Thameslink services were halted due to flooding.

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Breaking ground on the site of the new Royston Town bandroom at the rear of Tannery Drift School fields

Let’s hear a fanfare – because Operation Bandroom is go!

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Rhythms of the World volunteers

Organisers recruiting the team who will stage this summer’s Rhythms of the World festival in Hitchin want anyone interested in finding out more to pop down to the pub and ask a few questions.

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County Hall, in Hertford

Oliver and Olivia were the most popular names for babies registered by Hertfordshire County Council’s Registration Service in 2014.

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A Letchworth salon feels aggrieved after being named and shamed in a list of minimum wage offenders.

Councillors were engaged in a heated debate over plans to raise Royston Town Council’s budget precept on Monday evening.

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Councillors  Val Barrett and Jose Hales, who has labelled the actions of the developer as 'cavalier'.

A public exhibition putting the spotlight on controversial plans for nearly 200 new homes has been arranged by parish councillors – after the developer behind the scheme said it wouldn’t set one up.

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Drink driving figures are down

The number of people caught drink driving in Cambridgeshire has fallen since last year according to police.

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Police are trying to trace the owners of these items of jewellery which were seized during a search of a property in Stevenage on Saturday November 29.

Police are trying to trace the owners of a games console, mobile phone and jewellery recovered after a raid in Stevenage.

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Mark and Roy with their Oscar awards for best makeup

A make-up artist from Litlington has been nominated for an Oscar.

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Louise Atkins is musical director for Cinderella

Music teacher Louise Atkins is no stranger to pantos.

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Chloe did a sponsored silence to raise money for charity

A schoolgirl who suffers a condition which means she will end up deaf and blind has completed a sponsored silence for charity.

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Doggett and Ephgrave

Students at Letchworth’s Da Vinci Studio School Of Creative Enterprise are determined to have a laugh as they complete a course project – and stage an event in aid of the Garden House Hospice.

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County Hall, in Hertford

A consultation on the future of the bus service launches today as Herts County Council tries to save almost £1.5 million from its budget.

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PC Mike Hardiman, PCSO Chris Brabrook, PCSO Penny Tomsett on the beat.

Dedicated officers have signed up to tackle crime in Royston’s vast expanse of countryside.

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Healthcare worker holding up x-ray

A campaign has been started to try and bring a satellite radiotherapy centre to Stevenage’s Lister Hospital.

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The sparrowhawk stands proudly over his prey after attacking the collared dove

David Hatton was about to collect his son from school when he was distracted by white feathers dropping like snow flakes past his office window in Echo Hill.

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Cinderella (Chloe Gobell)

Chloe Gobell can sympathise with her protagonist Cinderella. Right now she’s working round the clock fitting rehearsals in with her studies, ballet, work and other drama commitments.

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Get your affairs in order and support the Garden House Hospice

If making a will, or getting an existing document up to date, is on your ‘to do’ list for 2015, then take the chance to get your affairs in order and help a good cause at the same time.

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New and second-hand uniform from Melbourn Village College is set for a new life at a school in Bosnia.

A consignment of new and secondhand uniform from Melbourn Village College is set for a new life in Bosnia.

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No guns stolen in Stevenage and North Herts in the past four years have been recovered.

None of the firearms reported stolen in Stevenage and North Herts in the last four years have been recovered, we can reveal.

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