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North Hertfordshire Musueum will officially open to the public next week - almost nine years after plans were first given the go-ahead.

Hertfordshire saw 43 reported sex offences against under-18s with an online element this year, a 34 per cent increase over four years.

In total, 800 runners and walkers joined in the eighth year of Royston in Blue at the weekend, which was in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

A thief was caught on CCTV stealing from the roof of the Church of St Faith in Kelshall.

Up to £100,000 worth of damage has been caused to Whaddon's parish church, after lead thieves targeted the building on two separate occasions in the last week.


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Reed returned to winning ways as they beat Dunstable by seven wickets in the Herts Cricket League Championship, thanks to Edward Wharton's impressive knock of 94 from just 83 balls.

Royston Town have re-signed midfielder Scott Bridges from Hayes & Yeading United.

Reed lost ground at the top of the Herts Cricket League Championship as they suffered a 32 run defeat - first defeat of the season - at the hands of Shenley Village.

The first year of Royston Town Football Club's community programme has been hailed as a superb success.

Reed continued their unbeaten run at the top of Herts Cricket League Championship with a comfortable 50-run at Flitwick.

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

A behind the curtain peak at the male-dominated, misogynistic and often-ageist world of television, Late Night is a timely #MeToo take on the struggle women face to make it - and stay relevant - in the media industry.

Based on the Pokemon series of trading card and video games, Detective Pikachu, is the first live action Pokemon film and stars Justice Smith and the voice of Ryan Reynolds.

Former Strictly Come Dancing finalist Rachel Stevens will Bring It All Back when she hits Cambridge later this year in a new jukebox theatre show alongside Olympic gymnast Louis Smith.

A new vegan-friendly arts, music and meditation gathering will take place in the north Hertfordshire countryside near Baldock next week - and you could win tickets to the festival.

Catch the latest batch of comedians from the world's most famous student troupe in Cambridge.

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