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A man jumped a fence in a country park after being disturbed trying to steal a sheep.
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A 14-year-old boy was taken to hospital after he was assaulted in a park.
A theatre was branded a ‘shambles’ yesterday after tickets to see a well-known comedian sold out in 90 minutes.
A refusal of a planning application for two flats is being appealed.
A shopping park rebranding is under way as photos of the new front sign emerge on Twitter.
A host of new primetime television shows are being brought to Elstree later this year.
The battle to become Hertsmere MP looks set to heat up as speculation mounts whether Boris Johnson will put himself forward as Conservative candidate.
Speed limits around a ‘death-trap’ roundabout will be cut later this year after a public consultation
A 14-year-old from Shenley will represent Great Ormond Street Hospital in this year’s British Transplant Games.
Proposals have been recommended for approval to allow The Mill, in Blackbirds Farm, Blackbirds Lane, to be converted from an agricultural building into a vehicle repair shop.
Police have warned the public to be on their guard against computer scams.
A new seven-bed house could replace outbuildings if a planning application is accepted.
Licensing for a new live music venue suggests the addition of a new pub to the high street.
Students reached the semi-final in a national coding festival held last Friday.
Care home residents and their families had a tropical afternoon as the home hosted its annual summer party.
A woman was assaulted while she waited for her boyfriend in a park.
Bank holidays will also be included in proposed cuts to bus services across Hertfordshire.
Sean James, of Larch Avenue, Bricket Wood, has been charged and remanded to appear in court.
Essential works are being carried out to keep trees away from railway signals and power lines.