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The developers behind a proposal to build a crematorium and memorial park near Hitchin believe the scheme would provide a much-needed burial and remembrance service for people living in North Hertfordshire.

Police have launched a month-long focus on people who use mobile phones while driving

Hertfordshire’s police and crime commissioner David Lloyd has given strong support to a three-county summer blitz on motorists who put others in peril by using their mobile phones at the wheel.

Painstaking preparation to get the giant machine and the patient perfectly lined up

The robotic surgery team based at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital are celebrating a global accolade.

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More breastfeeding helpers means greater support for new mums

More breastfeeding support is now available to families in Stevenage and North Herts thanks to a training programme which has increased the number of peer supporters.

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A Meldreth father who has set up a charitable trust to help young people with mental illness said he has been ‘overwhelmed’ by the response from the community.

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The health body which runs Stevenage’s Lister Hospital has issued an open invitation to its annual meeting.

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An aerial view of what the extended North herts Leisure Centre would look like.

A £3 million project to expand North Herts Leisure Centre is gathering momentum after a planning application was submitted on Monday.

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A man who just weeks ago described himself as a ‘couch potato’ has completed one of the toughest challenges known to man – an ultra marathon.

Da Vinci Studio School of Creative Enterprise in Letchworth Garden City got perfectly purple to raise funds for Hertfordshire-based charity, Willow

Staff and students at the Da Vinci Studio School of Creative Enterprise in Letchworth had a bit of a purple patch when the decided to put their weight behind Hertfordshire-based charity Willow.

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You can’t complain about the ‘does what it says on the poster’ nature of this week’s top title at Royston’s Picture Palace.

A free family music and poetry event will be held in village woods next Saturday.

Paul Human and Mike Dobson (right)

Three local artists are gearing up to stage an exhibition in Royston next month.

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