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A dog’s not just for Christmas – but will strays in the pound even see Yuletide? Over-population of stray dogs in Ireland has led to many being put down, and rescuers are attempting to find them new homes in Britain.

David, owner ofFighting Fit gym at the Royston Heath, sustained a serious orbital socket

A Royston gym owner who had to undergo corrective eye socket reconstruction after a play fight with his sons ended in serious injury is giving something back to hospital staff who treated him to say thank you.

Royston residents Anne Walls and Glen Stanway have lost reception on their EE networks around Royston

A playgroup owner and film extra have spoken of their intense frustration after being left without phone signal for almost two weeks in Royston.

Thieves stole cash after breaking into a Royston shop in Church Lane.

Thieves broke into the shed through the roof.

Offenders broke into a victim’s shed by removing part of the roof before making off with tools in Foxton.

The theft occurred overnight between 10pm on Wednesday and 6.45am yesterday morning in Caxton Lane.

Rudolf trail set to return to Royston

Friday, November 27, 2015
Last year's trail proved popular. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

It’s time to dust off the antlers and polish the red nose as the Rudolph trail will be returning next weekend.

Staff and youngsters are delighted with the result.

Staff at a playgroup in Royston are as pleased as punch after the preschool was recognised as ‘outstanding’ in its latest Ofsted inspection.

A new text messaging service for children has been launched in Hertfordshire. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

A new text messaging service for children as young as 11 to access advice about issues such as sexual health has been launched across Hertfordshire.

Laura Whitford

For punters looking to purchase some Christmas gifts tonight, there will be late night shopping at No.3 in Melbourn Street.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

After spending most his retirement crafting magnificent sculptures, Bassingbourn’s Peter Miller felt it was about time he pulled his work together in one place.

Award-winning exhibition returns to Foxton

Saturday, November 7, 2015
Artists, Valerie Jean Pettifer and Irene Wilkes with their art work and pupils, Archie, Elizabeth, Nearijah, Lili-Ella

An award-winning exhibition returns to a South Cambs village next weekend, and organisers are predicting that it will be better than ever.

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