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The battle for the Conservative leadership has been dramatically transformed after Boris Johnson announced that he will not stand in the race to succeed David Cameron.
A woman has had her wallet stolen whilst shopping.
The Safer Neighbourhood Team in Borehamwood and Elstree has been joined by five new faces including a sergeant, a police officer and three PCSOs.
A new mum is hoping to battle the problem of ever-increasing childcare costs.
Last month a number of people came together for a special workshop aimed at raising awareness and harmful practices affecting vulnerable communities.
Schools in south west Hertfordshire are set to be hit with a new programme of strike action over pay, working conditions and school funds.
A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with neck and back injuries after being involved in a two vehicle car crash.
A man has pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply Class A and B drugs.
A man who has been missing from his home since Friday has been found.
A vulnerable elderly man missing from his home since Friday has been spotted at a north London bus station.
Naked images of three and four-year-old girls were discovered on the iPhone of the co-owner of a children's summer camp.
Senior citizens welcomed cast and crew of the hit TV show On The Buses at a special event.
‘When Sophie first saw me, I was onstage. This girl Irina who I lived with at the time had organised a storytelling series at a bar in Bushwick, and after a couple of weeks of watching I decided I wanted to tell a story too. I wasn’t like the other kids in the house; I’d never assumed I’d be an actor or a writer or anything creative. When I was growing up, everybody figured I’d stay in Burnsville, West Virginia, and have some kids. But there I was in New York and for ten minutes I could make people listen to me and treat me like I was important.’
More than 30,000 people from south west Hertfordshire have signed an online petition calling for a second referendum on whether Britain should leave the EU by implementing a new rule.
An elderly man has been missing from his home since Friday.
A special event was held to show support for work the Scout groups across Hertsmere do for the community.
A man has organised a “bigger and better” event for this year’s Radlett Festival.
It has been a historic night for the UK, with a landmark vote to leave the European Union proving successful.
Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he will resign following the result of the EU Referendum.