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A couple from Bassingbourn who adopted a stray dog from Mauritius last year are preparing for the jump of their lives to raise money for an animal charity.

Sue Churchman from Breathe Easy North Herts shows off the actigraphy equipment alongside fellow members and the Lister Hospital Respiratory and Sleep Disorder Unit team.

Patients who struggle to sleep will be able to use specialist equipment to tackle the problem, thanks to a group set up to help provide support.

The new law came into force on Monday.

Motorists who put other road users in danger can now be caught and prosecuted more easily after a new law came into force on Monday.

Trains are delayed due to a level crossing problem.

Trains along the Great Northern line have been delayed due to a problem at a level crossing in Royston.

Rent will rise from April 1 for North Hertfordshire Homes tenants.

Tenants of North Hertfordshire Homes will see their rent go up by 2.2 per cent next month.

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Music fans can plug in to a second acoustic fundraiser aiming to help kickstart a charity tour of Japan on Friday night.

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Police have given members of the public a pat on the back for wising up and thwarting phone fraudsters.

The chosen charity for this year’s Bassingbourn Half Marathon is one that is close to the race director’s heart.

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Sunday, February 22, 2015

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

Runners take part in Royston pancake race

Pancake flipping teams made sure they went the distance on Saturday morning for Royston’s annual race.

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