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One of Europe’s largest storage units for pharmaceutical products has been unveiled in Royston.

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Families at Shepreth Wildlife Park

More than 100 children with complex medical conditions and their families were treated to special day out at Shepreth Wildlife Park on Sunday.

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Cyclists crossing next to traffic due to broken pedestrian gate.

A gate which allows pedestrians to cross the trains tracks when the level crossing barriers open at Foxton railway station has now remained broken for seven weeks.

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Johnson Matthey in Royston

A technology firm has backed out of a development project on the edge of Royston.

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Police awaiting the bomb disposal team.

Bomb disposal experts were called and part of a road was cordoned off by police yesterday in Royston after homeowners found what they believed to be an explosive devise in a garden.

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Bassingbourn Barracks

A villager has spoken out against the way sexual assaults committed by Libyan soldiers staying at Bassingbourn Barracks were handled by authorities – and called on the government to make sure the community is kept in the loop about any future plans for the site.

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Coronation Street star Wendi Peters, pictured in costume with co-stars Paul Laidlaw and Aidan O’Neil, is appearing in this year's Gordon Craig Theatre panto in Stevenage

Coronation Street star Wendi Peters heads up the cast for this year’s Stevenage pantomime, the Gordon Craig Theatre has announced today.

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The Papworth Trust is introducing a new youth club in Royston

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

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116 poos were targeted.

The persistent problem of dog fouling in one Royston park has meant the grounds have been targeted for a pilot project.

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The cuts were approved at the meeting.

Controversial cuts to bus services which campaigners say will have a devastating impact on passengers in North Herts have been approved.

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30 places will be added to primary schools in Royston.

A total of 30 new primary school places will be created in Royston when two schools are expanded.

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Royston museum curator Jenny Oxley with the painting exhibition from Monday Meldreth artists

A group of talented artists from Meldreth have put on a display to remember at Royston Art Gallery and Museum.

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The team congregate at the match

A charity football match was a fitting tribute to commemorate the life of a former Royston sporting champion.

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Joan Hill (left) and Jan Brooks.

It was a regal visit like no other. Representatives from Roysia Women’s Club were cordially invited to Buckingham Palace where they were lunched, invited to the infamous garden party, and got to stand within touching distance of the Queen.

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After the race

It was a celebration of life on two wheels. Campaigners committed to creating a safer route for cyclists along the A10 between Cambridge and Royston turned up in their droves for the annual protest bike ride.

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New app for Rhythms of the World

Organisers of next month’s Rhythms of the World festival are making sure that switched-on music fans will be kept in the picture about everything going on over a packed weekend – by launching an iTunes app which will flag up the full two day programme across the stages at Hitchin Priory.

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Kahled El Azibi

Five Libyan soldiers who carried out sexual attacks while training at Bassingbourn Barracks have been jailed.

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Richard Harper was jailed for seven years and four months.

A man who beat up his Royston victim so badly he went temporarily blind has been jailed for seven years and four months.

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From left to right  husband Andy, Jane, daughter Lauren and sister Dawn.

Birthdays are usually associated with indulging with cakes and treats, but one Royston woman will instead be pulling on her hiking boots to trek 50 miles for charity.

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Comedian Jimmy Jones at the Gordon Craig Theatre

Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown may be the name that springs to mind when blistering blue comedy crops up, but he’s not the only comic who makes a very nice living from being near to the knuckle.

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Visitor Maxine Grieves seemed smitten with this design  from the steel works of Peter Baker of Wilburton, Cambridge.Picture: Clive Porter.

A village market in Barkway was bursting at the seams when hoards of people turned out last Saturday.

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Sir Oliver Heald with his family after retaining the North East Herts seat.

People living in Royston are being given the opportunity to pose questions to re-elected North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald as part of a trip to Westminster.

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Royston Town Band

A town band that’s been going for more than 150 years will host a fundraising event tonight to raise money for a new bandroom.

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At the 50th birthday celebrations.

Members and distinguished guests partied in style to toast Royston and District Local History Society’s golden anniversary last week.

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The cuts were approved at the meeting.

A Stevenage woman campaigning against cuts to bus services is warning that users face hard times ahead after Herts County Council approved £1.5 million cuts to services today.

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B-17 Flying Fortress Sally B

It will all start with a victory salute from a 70-year-old aircraft.

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Regular speed checks are carried out around rural Hertfordshire.

A member of a volunteer group which carries out checks to help police catch speeding motorists has resigned to due concerns over how he was treated.

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Alex Jeffery died in November.

A family has paid tribute to their son after a man was found guilty of causing his death by dangerous driving.

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