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Denise Graham of Royston Volunteer Centre highlights ways in which you can get involved

More than 200 weapons were handed in during the amnesty, including the revolver pictured.

More than 220 weapons have been handed in during a police amnesty – with second highest number surrendered in North Herts.

Area manager Richard Adams with staff at the newly opened Savers Store by Clive Porter

A Savers store has opened in Royston High Street, with the hope more shops will follow suit.

Cancer treatment and A&E waiting times targets are being missed.

Cancer treatment and A&E waiting time targets are being missed by the NHS trust which runs Stevenage’s Lister Hospital after an ‘unprecedented’ rise in patients.

Some of the trees featured in last year's festival

It’s free tree time in Meldreth this weekend – because on Saturday and Sunday Holy Trinity Church will be holding its annual Christmas tree festival.

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The spirit of George Formby will be sounding out at All Saints Church in Shepreth on Saturday night.

The fire at Bridgefoot Quarry is expected to last for between seven and 10 days.

The A505 between Royston and Duxton was closed for two hours in the early hours of this morning in the interest of road users’ safety as a large wood recyling plant fire near Melbourn continues to burn out.

A police investigation found that a spate of dog thefts had not taken place

Swirling social media rumours of a spate of dog thefts in North Herts have been scotched by police after an investigation.

Pictured left, Anne Wells, RCN Steward at the Lister Hospital with nursing colleagues and RCN supporters.

Further strike action took place at Stevenage’s Lister Hopistal yesterday as a dispute over the government’s refusal to increase wages continues.

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Monday, November 10, 2014

Hundreds of people gathered in Royston yesterday to remember those who lost their lives while at war.

Vandy Massey and Jude Gardiner with their work

Foxton’s annual art exhibition promises to be bigger and better than ever.

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