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An application has now been submitted for around 200 new homes to be built off New Road in Melbourn.

The fire at Bridgefoot Quarry is expected to burn for the next seven days.

A county councillor has claimed that the large wood recycling plant near Melbourn which continues to burn out is a drain on the public purse.

Back row left to right Don's daughter-in-law Lee Ann West, Melbourn county councillor Susan van de Ven and Melbourn district councillor Val Barrett. Front row Southwell Court resident Don West and Melbourn district councillor Jose Hales.

The group which is closing a care home in Melbourn has been accused of dishonest behaviour by concerned councillors.

Sean Williamson as Abanazer

The costumes are ready, the cast is rehearsed, and tomorrow night the curtain goes up on this year’s panto production at Stevenage’s Gordon Craig Theatre.

Meridian School performed Spamalot over the weekend.

Monty Python humour was brought to the packed-out audiences of Royston with Meridian School’s musical production of Spamalot over the weekend.

Could you help raise funds to care for hedgehogs?

Denise Graham of Royston Volunteer Centre highlights ways in which you can get involved

More than 200 weapons were handed in during the amnesty, including the revolver pictured.

More than 220 weapons have been handed in during a police amnesty – with second highest number surrendered in North Herts.

Area manager Richard Adams with staff at the newly opened Savers Store by Clive Porter

A Savers store has opened in Royston High Street, with the hope more shops will follow suit.

Cancer treatment and A&E waiting times targets are being missed.

Cancer treatment and A&E waiting time targets are being missed by the NHS trust which runs Stevenage’s Lister Hospital after an ‘unprecedented’ rise in patients.

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Monday, November 10, 2014

Hundreds of people gathered in Royston yesterday to remember those who lost their lives while at war.

Vandy Massey and Jude Gardiner with their work

Foxton’s annual art exhibition promises to be bigger and better than ever.

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