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A CHARITY which hopes to find a cure for multiple sclerosis will hold two fundraising events in November.
People are invited to a games afternoon as part of the campaign to raise money for a new defibrillator.
THIS picture of a swan spreading its wings and making a splash was taken by chance.
EDUCATION Secretary Nicky Morgan congratulated teachers on the approval of Yavneh Primary School during a visit.
The UK International Nursing Agency Limited Dom Care in Station Road, was rated as 'requires improvement' by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
An “undemocratic” move to remove the right for the opposition to present their ideas to the council has been agreed.
Neighbours will discuss issues affecting the town at a residents meeting.
A severe weather warning has been issued for the county with warnings of flooding.
An investigation has been launched after a child was left behind at the zoo after a school trip.
An acoustic band will bring a little music to Shenley this weekend.
A football club has managed to secure a sponsorship deal with a homebuilder for the third year running.
A woman in her 50s was riding her horse along Watling Street, near to Salter's Field when three dogs, which were not on leads, attacked the horse.
The Times and Independent Series is looking for former smokers to share their stories on how they managed to kick the habit once and for all.
THIS photo of a painted lady butterfly being let free is the picture of the week.
THIS brightly photo of sorbet-coloured violas would make a perfect greetings card.
A CARE home is inviting the community to celebrate Older People’s Day.
A HORSE riding champion who dreams of going to the Paralympics won £500 from a shopping centre.
A FOOTBALL club which was saved from the brink of closure after its pitch was turned into a “muddy swamp” has been given a grant.