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County Hall chiefs say the number of young people who fall into the NEET category - because they’re Not in Education, Employment or Training - is now at a record low.

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Hertfordshire Road Safety Partnership representatives with sixth form studentsl and the new crash car

A hot hatch sports saloon which would draw the eye of every boy racer is one of two new vehicles that have hit the road in a bid to make the streets of Herts safer.

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David Lloyd
Melbourn Youth Club

A group of young people from Melbourn have raised almost £200 for charity by holding a stall.

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Comet colleagues Kiran Bains and Oliver Pritchard prepare to meet the bees

Now we’re in the height of summer beekeepers are offering their expertise to reassure people about what they should do if they come into contact with these busy but essential benign creatures.

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Tom Hogan is a campaign volunteer at North Herts Citizens Advice Bureau.

Citizens Advice teams in Stevenage and North Herts are calling on concerned consumers to help them expose scams and thwart clever con crooks who fleece their victims of thousands of pounds.

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A prospective sketch of what North Hertfordshire Memorial Park would look like.

The developers behind a proposal to build a crematorium and memorial park near Hitchin believe the scheme would provide a much-needed burial and remembrance service for people living in North Hertfordshire.

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North Herts District Council
Painstaking preparation to get the giant machine and the patient perfectly lined up

The robotic surgery team based at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital are celebrating a global accolade.

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Police have launched a month-long focus on people who use mobile phones while driving

Hertfordshire’s police and crime commissioner David Lloyd has given strong support to a three-county summer blitz on motorists who put others in peril by using their mobile phones at the wheel.

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David Lloyd
More breastfeeding helpers means greater support for new mums

More breastfeeding support is now available to families in Stevenage and North Herts thanks to a training programme which has increased the number of peer supporters.

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A Meldreth father who has set up a charitable trust to help young people with mental illness said he has been ‘overwhelmed’ by the response from the community.

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Health news

The health body which runs Stevenage’s Lister Hospital has issued an open invitation to its annual meeting.

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An aerial view of what the extended North herts Leisure Centre would look like.

A £3 million project to expand North Herts Leisure Centre is gathering momentum after a planning application was submitted on Monday.

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Mark Grundill

A man who just weeks ago described himself as a ‘couch potato’ has completed one of the toughest challenges known to man – an ultra marathon.

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Da Vinci Studio School of Creative Enterprise in Letchworth Garden City got perfectly purple to raise funds for Hertfordshire-based charity, Willow

Staff and students at the Da Vinci Studio School of Creative Enterprise in Letchworth had a bit of a purple patch when the decided to put their weight behind Hertfordshire-based charity Willow.

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Hysteric Lolita from Japan will play at Hitchin's Club 85

We’ve all heard about bands who boast that they’re big in Japan – but how many Japanese bands can claim to be big in Hitchin?

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Home-Start supporters protested outside County Hall

A funding cut to a charity which supports vulnerable families is one step closer after councillors voted to support the proposal.

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Herts County Council
Volunteers at IWM Duxford

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

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Paula Santomauro with her mobile phone

People who work from home in a village near Royston said having no phone signal due to a broken mast has meant they lost business.

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Stevenage Magistrates' Court

A Royston man stalked his ex-partner by turning up unannounced at their child’s nursery, following her to her home and making a threatening phone call.

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Education news

Head teachers from secondary schools in North Herts headed to Westminster yesterday afternoon to make sure that MPs appreciate the budget headaches they’re facing.

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Oliver Heald
Richard Alberg is the new chairman at North Herts College

A new chairman and vice-chairman have taken the helm at North Herts College after a management shake up.

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Shout About It event at Stevenage Leisure Centre, June 2015

Stevenage-based advocacy charity POhWER has hailed its Shout About It summit at the town’s arts and leisure centre as a striking success.

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A high number of caravans have been stolen in South Cambridgeshire, sparking warnings from the police.

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A girl was taken to hospital this afternoonfollowing a two-car crash on the A505.

A cyclist was taken to hospital after a collision with a car yesterday evening.

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The new Hospice@Home vehicle is a welcome recruit

The Hospice@Home team serving Stevenage and North Herts can now eat up the miles thanks to a new recruit – one that promises to be hard-working and reliable, looks good and is well placed to meet the needs of patients.

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Letchworth
Police have launched a month-long focus on people who use mobile phones while driving

Anyone who uses a mobile phone while driving will be the target of a month-long campaign by police across three counties which starts today.

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999 response

The NHS which runs the ambulance service in Herts is sending out a recruiting call for 60 more student paramedics and is encouraging anyone in Herts who wants to know more to get in touch.

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Hoteliers in Herts have been briefed about the warning signs of child sexual exploitation

Staff from hotels across Herts have been enlisted into the battle against child sexual exploitation after attending briefings at police headquarters and told about the warning signs they should be looking out for.

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David Lloyd
Take care in the heatwave

With sky-high temperatures predicted this week, health agencies have been quick to issue advice on what to do to protect yourself from possible problems.

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