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Confidential data from anti-social behaviour cases was found on a national website following a computer error.
Your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.
A theatre has received funding from Hertsmere Borough Council to help it continue providing its full programme of shows for the coming year.
Visitors and staff are being greeted by the fresh aroma of ground coffee following the arrival of 'Coffee Ethic' at the Civic Offices.
This week’s Apprentice saw the contestants create and market home fragrance. But how did Aldenham's Ella Jade Bitton do?
The Jewish community will be joining millions of people worldwide in celebrating ‘a Sabbath like no other’ with a series of special events this weekend.
A mobile food stall hopes to continue its business after submitting an application to the council.
An athletics club is appealing for donations to save it from closure.
A primary school has been harvesting food to donate to the Borehamwood Foodbank.
A television star will return to Elstree to cut the ribbon at a shop’s grand opening next week.
A group of 65 students got to feel like Hollywood stars for the day as they were given a tour of Elstree Studios.
A care home welcomed a former Antiques Roadshow expert this week to find out how much their treasured possessions were worth.
A road will be closed for almost one month to improve access for pedestrians.
Objections over plans for a kebab shop will be raised at a licensing meeting next week.
Have you entered our competition to win a team of volunteers for Mitzvah Day yet?
An appeal has been launched to trace a man and woman following the theft of £2,000 worth of clothing.
Two Hertfordshire railway stations have topped a table for having the worst mobile connectivity in London.
Motorists could face delays as a mini roundabout is dug up for maintenance work.
Market traders have expressed their frustration after being told they can no longer leave their vans behind their stalls.
Cadets navigated to seventh place after attending a night exercise with 25 other air cadet squadrons.