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A Fowlmere women with a potentially life-threatening illness said she is determined to finish the marathon.

A University of the Third Age is being launched in Royston

A launch meeting is taking place to discover whether the people of Royston are keen for a University of the Third Age to come to the town.

RAF Duxford VE Day parade. Credit: IWM Duxford

Imperial War Museum Duxford is commemorating the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day with an air show and an exhibition delving into the reality of the landmark occasion.

Prime Minister David Cameron (left) and Mayor of London Boris Johnson with 3 year old Stephanie during a General Election campaign visit to Advantage Children's Day Nursery in Surbiton, Surrey. Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

David Cameron is launching the Conservatives’ first English manifesto, with a promise of changes to ensure that English MPs have the final say on income tax rates in England.

Solar Farm on Black Peak Farm near Fowlmere.

Two local authorities in South Cambs are set to reap the financial rewards of solar farms that developed on their patch.

Calls for speed reduction on Baldock Road.

Calls to reduce the speed at a major road in Royston were made by councillors at a town council meeting on Monday.

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has a selfie taken as he meets Labour supporters in Ipswich yesterday. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Labour is accusing the Conservatives of planning the biggest spending cuts in any of the world’s advanced economies as the parties again prepare to trade blows on the economy.

Roysia Middle School has been given a welcome funding boost.

Staff and students at a Royston school are full of energy with the news that they have secured funding to the tune of £670,000 for a new boiler and heating system.

Guy Westwood, Sergeant for the Safer Neighbourhoods team.

More than 60 cases of assault against taxi drivers in North Herts and Stevenage have been recorded in the last five years, the Royston Crow has learnt.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the first of the big names to confirm their spot on the bill at this summer’s Rhythms of the World festival, it’s on with the music in Hitchin this weekend.

Oliver Heald, Laura Jay, manager of pub and Geraint, Royston town manager. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

It’s a pub that punters are hoping will deliver – a brand new drinking tavern has graced Royston and its name gives a nod to its history as a thriving post office.

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