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Cambridgeshire’s councils have estimated the pandemic may cost them more than £100 million collectively this financial year.

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Since the government’s announcement that face coverings must be worn on public transport, the Cam Vale Bus User Group has teamed up with a bus operator to encourage passengers to be sure and come prepared.

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Dog owners are being urged to stay vigilant after 17 dogs and puppies were stolen from homes and kennels across the county.

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Do you know a great sports club that contributes something special to the community it serves?

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Splash parks across Hitchin, Letchworth, Royston and Baldock are to remain shut for now, despite new government guidance allowing pools and water parks to reopen.

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The Friends of Tannery Drift First School held a virtual triathlon on Tuesday and are sharing all funds raised equally with Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity supported by Royston in Blue.

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The overall trend of Covid-19 cases is dropping in Cambridgeshire despite a perceived increase caused by a change in reporting methods, the director of public health for the county has said.

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Inaccurate endowment policy forecasts have caused problems for millions, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

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IWM Duxford is set to reopen next month ahead of the museum’s Battle of Britain 80 commemorations.

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IWM Duxford

The latest round of re-openings will include gyms, pools, beauticians and tattoo parlours, the culture secretary has announced this afternoon.

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People across the country are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by following official advice and staying safe.

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Starting a new business can be challenging at the best of times but when a global pandemic struck, the team behind Royston’s newest venture saw it as an opportunity to rise to the challenge.

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There is now an opportunity to nominate names of coronavirus heroes to be hand-written on the special ‘Thank U NHS’ Duxford Spitfire.

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Bars and restaurants in Royston and surrounding villages have reopened following a major easing of lockdown restrictions by the government.

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A Royston fundraiser who was set to take on the Nottingham Outlaw triathlon hasn’t let the coronavirus pandemic stop him from meeting the challenge, albeit a little closer to home.

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Do you know someone who has contributed to the community year after year for as long as you can remember?

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Hertfordshire

Bail has been granted to a Herts police officer accused of engaging in sexual activity with a child.

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Hatfield

An extra £400,000 is to be put into the budget to cope with a seven-week delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic in constructing the new £18.337m headquarters at Alconbury Weald for Cambridgeshire County Council.

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It was an NHS birthday to remember for Lister Hospital yesterday, as it discharged its final coronavirus patient from the Intensive Care Unit – a landmark moment in the hospital’s fight against COVID-19.

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Stevenage

An investigation into the suicide of an abused mum-of-three has found police officers visiting her home six weeks before her death, over a domestic disturbance, had no idea about her partner’s abusive history due to limitations in national police reporting systems.

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Visiting restrictions at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, in Cambridge, are to be eased, but some restrictions still apply.

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Ian Stewart has appeared in court today charged with the murder of his first wife, Diane – more than three years after he was convicted of murdering fiancée Helen Bailey and dumping her body in a cesspit at their Royston home.

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Bassingbourn

Hertfordshire Constabulary has warned the public after police were spat-on during Super Saturday – when pubs, restuarants and hairdressers reopened.

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Herts Police

The chief executive of the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, which runs Stevenage’s Lister Hospital and Welwyn Garden City’s New QEII Hospital, has recorded a heartfelt video message thanking the general public for supporting the hospitals and their staff during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dr Michael Chilvers, medical director for East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, talks about the picture on the ground in the first of a series of monthly Hertfordshire health columns.

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Hertfordshire police are asking local communities to be alert to the presence of large, unlicensed gatherings this weekend.

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A very special ‘Thank you NHS’ Spitfire plane will fly over the region at the weekend to mark the 72nd birthday of the National Health Service.

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The NHS Test and Trace service brings together testing, contact tracing and outbreak management into an end-to-end service to stop the spread of the virus and help us move out of lockdown.

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Racist abuse was shouted at a Royston police officer out on patrol near Therfield Heath last week.

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