September 19 2014 Latest news:
The redevelopment of a derelict Royston hotel will go ahead despite planners refusing parts of the application.
An image of the wallet police believe was used by burglars in a raid has been released today.
Historic Second World War aircraft and the Red Arrows were among aircraft gracing the skies above Duxford as families turned out in their droves for a commemorative air show.
Villagers are to be asked for their views on plans for 200 new homes after 400 people packed a public meeting to discuss the controversial scheme.
Individuals can make the difference between a good and a great company – the skills, experience and vision that they bring can be invaluable. The nominations for this category are for senior individuals who have made an outstanding contribution.
Attwaters Jameson Hill Solicitors were crowned winners of the Supporting Young People Award in 2013 Hertfordshire Business Awards for their commitment given to helping young people through education and employment. The judges said “Attwaters Jameson Hill Solicitors works closely with schools, colleges and graduates to offer work experience placements as well as apprenticeships.”
Sirens Driving Academy were crowned winners of the Business in the Community Award for the Hertfordshire Business Awards last year.
The next Hertfordshire Business Awards networking event has been announced. It will take place on Thursday, September 11 2014 at the BioPark in Welwyn Garden City.
A new train company has taken over the running of services through Crow country.
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