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A group of schoolchildren held their end-of-year show and this year for the first time the performance was at the Radlett Theatre.
A woman celebrated turning 100 surrounded by her friends and family at a care home in Shenley.
In the second of her reports from the theme park capital of the world, Ruth Brindle spends some action-packed time with Spiderman, Harry Potter and the Simpsons and previews a huge new attraction
An annual charity match is being held at the end of this month to raise money for a cancer care charity.
Police stopped and searched a man and found him to be in possession of cannabis.
A grandmother damaged the ligaments in her left leg when she fell in a pothole while picking up her granddaughter from school.
Some 2.3 million people will head abroad this weekend as schools break up for the summer holidays, travel organisation Abta said.
Year in and year out nautical stripes return for a touch of summer chic, but not this year, this year it’s all about breaking the rules with different sized, brightly coloured and gloriously garish bands.
A meeting was held with the former rail minister Claire Perry MP and TfL representatives as part of an ongoing campaign to get Oyster PAYG extended to Radlett.
Tributes were paid to mark the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, which took the lives of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim boys and men.
A new application to build 150 new homes on green belt land near a reservoir has been submitted.
A trader who sold a powerful laser pointer at a school fair which damaged a child’s eyesight has been sentenced to 240 hours of community service.
A man who went missing from his home has been found.
Schoolchildren from across Borehamwood have been learning about the film heritage of their town.
A councillor has been found guilty of sexual assault.
A man has gone missing from his home in Borehamwood.
The Times and Independent Series have teamed up with Jewish Care's Holocaust Survivors Centre in Hendon to tell the stories of those who saw first-hand the atrocities of the Second World War.
‘I looked up because of the laughter, and kept looking because of the girls. I noticed their hair first, long and uncombed. Then their jewellery catching the sun. The three of them were far enough away that I saw only the periphery of their features, but it didn’t matter – I knew they were different from everyone else in the park.’
A celebrity was invited to a lunch for 163 guests to raise money for a children’s charity.
At least 84 people, including several children, have died after a terrorist drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice.