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A man has exposed himself in bushes to two women and police have released an E-fit image of the man.
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.
Streets congested with poorly parked cars are delaying fire engines and putting lives at risk, the city’s firefighters have warned.
MUGGERS choked a man until he passed out before stealing his keys, wallet and phone.
Protesters wore European Union flags as councillors called on MPs to stand down.
‘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.’
More than 5,000 people turned out for the Harpenden Lions Highland Gathering.
Two men have been taken to hospital after sustaining serious injuries including stab wounds.
Put on your hiking boots because Nordic walking classes are coming to St Albans.
Girls have won a prize their school for the second year in a row.
The following cases were heard before magistrates between June 10 and 27.
Two roads will be closed in Redbourn on July 25.
A thick black smelly substance has been spoiling the beauty of Verulamium Lake.
A Free Postcode Lottery winner has not claimed their prize.
A group of parents and volunteers have been working and raising money to create a new play area at a school.
At least 84 people, including several children, have died after a terrorist drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice.
The fashion world has been hinting at a romantic renaissance with ruffles, embroidery, lace and bell sleeves covering the catwalks.
This is what we know about Theresa May's Cabinet so far
Four key members of David Cameron's Cabinet, including justice secretary Michael Gove, have lost their jobs in Government as Theresa May continues the process of appointing ministers to her new administration.