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A memorial garden destroyed by a Network Rail contractor will be replanted by the company, the firm has confirmed.

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Edward Mallen's coffin is carried from the church

More than 300 people paid their respects on Friday at the funeral of a Meldreth teenager who died in a rail track tragedy.

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Sam Smith

Great Chishill singing sensation Sam Smith has continued his meteoric rise to the top by bagging a brace of awards at last night’s Brit Awards.

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Meridian School Ofsted

Staff and students at Meridian School are jumping for joy after receiving a much-welcomed ‘good’ Ofsted rating.

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Jamie Horgan, who died aged 28

A popular salesman who lived in Royston was three times over the drink-drive limit and had drugs in his system when he died in a car crash, an inquest heard yesterday afternoon.

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Hertfordshire County Council

A leading County Hall figure has said the authority’s decision to increase council tax for the first time in six years has been made to protect frontline services.

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The Picture Palace is enjoyed by film fans of all ages, but more volunteers are needed as extra shows are added due to popular demand.

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

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Anna Williams & Tom Roden, who live in Meldreth, present The Doodle Dance Show at Cambridge Junction

The talents of a Meldreth couple will be on show close to home this weekend.

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Police and ambulance crews were called to London Road.

A road has been reopened after a two vehicle crash between a lorry and car in Barkway.

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Police stopped the man in Hitchin.

Police are still on the scene and a road remains closed after a crash in Barkway involving three vehicles.

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A new phone scam has emerged in Hertfordshire. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto.

The public are being warned to be on their guard after a new phone scam has emerged in Hertfordshire.

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Jon Herring Jazz Band play Baldock charity gig

A jazz event exploring the slave trade and its connections with the Christian faith is coming to Baldock.

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Michael Keaton in Birdman

Well, that’s worked out very nicely for the clever programmers at Royston’s Picture Palace – the movie which took top honours at the Oscars on Sunday night is showing in town this weekend.

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East of England Ambulance Service were called to the scene.

A woman was found unconscious after a flat fire in Royston yesterday evening.

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Royston's mayor Councillor Victoria Hulstrom Allen and Rotary president Clarice Wahlich with the team from Ralph Sadlier School. Credit Chris Hardy

Youngsters showcased their engineering prowess in the Rotary Club of Royston’s annual Youth Technology Tournament.

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Herts County Council's Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board has published the report today.

An independent review launched after a teenage girl with an eating disorder committed suicide has found that the organisations involved had acted appropriately.

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Mark won his second Oscar at last night's Hollywood ceremony

A Litlington make-up artist took home his second Oscar last night for his work on the Grand Budapest Hotel.

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Royston Town Council office

A talk on the underwater mysteries of the island of Bali is taking place at Royston Town Hall on Tuesday.

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Curwen's Gallery art exhibition: Brenda Brown, Stacey Leigh Ross and Anna Pye are members of the Royston Arts Society, and Yvonne Peace is a regular exhibitor at the gallery L-R, Stacey, Yvonne, Anna. Brenda

Four artists whose work is on show at a Royston town centre gallery have been talking about their creative process.

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Merab Salamashvili

High in the snow capped Caucasus Mountains, Merab Salamashvili’s father taught him to make vodka using the family’s secret recipe when he was just a boy – and now he is sharing it with the world.

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UKIP Royston town councillor Mark Hughes, Conservative MP for North East Herts Sir Oliver Heald and David Bell representing Labour.

Politicians were put through their paces by sixth form students in a question and answer session at Meridian School.

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Royston Town councillor Lindsay Davidson, NHDC’s Fiona Hill, NHDC’s Ashley Hawkins and Royston Town councillor Les Baker.

A tidy team is getting stuck in to a mission to improve the appearance of Royston High Street.

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Royston Repair Cafe is a record-breaker

Friday, February 20, 2015
Jacky Racher working the sewing machine at the Royston Repair Cafe last week.

The fifth Royston Repair Cafe proved to be a real record-breaker.

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Vicky Green and Frankie Turkington are both taking part.

An army of Miranda Hart fans will be congregating on Royston Heath to gallop a mile in aid of Comic Relief.

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Volunteering is easy online

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

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Pictured is the garden

A newly-planted garden feature of a Royston park has been destroyed by vandals.

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Images submitted in response to #LoveRhythms social media call by Rhythms Of The World festival organisers

Love was certainly in the air when festival organisers called on supporters to show their romantic side.

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Graham Palmer (Pic: Sue and Terry Hartga)

The curtain has come down on an ‘inspirational’ chairman’s stewardship of the Royston Arts Festival.

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