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County Hall chiefs say the number of young people who fall into the NEET category - because they’re Not in Education, Employment or Training - is now at a record low.

Hertfordshire Road Safety Partnership representatives with sixth form studentsl and the new crash car

A hot hatch sports saloon which would draw the eye of every boy racer is one of two new vehicles that have hit the road in a bid to make the streets of Herts safer.

David Lloyd
Melbourn Youth Club

A group of young people from Melbourn have raised almost £200 for charity by holding a stall.

Comet colleagues Kiran Bains and Oliver Pritchard prepare to meet the bees

Now we’re in the height of summer beekeepers are offering their expertise to reassure people about what they should do if they come into contact with these busy but essential benign creatures.

Tom Hogan is a campaign volunteer at North Herts Citizens Advice Bureau.

Citizens Advice teams in Stevenage and North Herts are calling on concerned consumers to help them expose scams and thwart clever con crooks who fleece their victims of thousands of pounds.

A prospective sketch of what North Hertfordshire Memorial Park would look like.

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.

North Herts District Council
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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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.

David Lloyd
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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Thursday, July 2, 2015

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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