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NHS staff from our area have shared their thoughts on their pay, working hours, discrimination or abuse in the workplace and staff numbers in the annual NHS Staff survey, released yesterday.

The chairman of the Conservators of Therfield Heath and Greens has issued a statement highlighting the group's neutrality, ahead of this evening's election.

The multi-storey car park at Stevenage's Lister Hospital is one of the most expensive hospital car parks in the UK, new data has revealed.

Residents have started a petition to halt the planned closure of an animal welfare charity centre based in Heydon, that is set to shut in 2021.

The total cost of dementia care in Hertfordshire is set to soar by 72 per cent over the next decade, amid fresh calls for urgent social care investment.

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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Two goals in three minutes were enough to send St Albans City through to the semi-final of the Herts Senior Cup against Royston Town.

Ian Allinson admitted the Herts Senior Cup is not at the top of his priorities as his St Albans City side prepare to take on FA Trophy heroes Royston Town.

Royston Town defender Ben Martin has one eye on FA Trophy triumph at Wembley after the Crows reached the last-eight of the competition with a 2-0 extra-time win over National League side Ebbsfleet United.

Royston Town are now just two wins from Wembley after they beat National League side Ebbsfleet United 2-0 in extra-time at the Kuflink Stadium on Saturday afternoon to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Trophy.

Royston Town returned to winning ways to keep up their Southern League Central Premier Division promotion charge on Saturday, as they beat Rushall Olympic 3-1.

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Band of Gold was a big television hit in the 1990s, watched by 15 million viewers. Rolling out the same characters in tired old story lines 25 years on cannot have the same magnetism.

Organisers of Standon Calling have revealed the Hertfordshire music festival's 2020 theme.

The pair must race against time to deliver a message that will stop 1,600 fellow troops from walking into a deadly enemy trap.

The End Of Time is an epic story of brotherly love, courage and resilience.

Museums in Cambridge are are jointly organising an evening of free activities for families called Twilight at the Museums.

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