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Caroline Jones, author of Knickers Model's Own: A Year Of Frugal Fashion, shares advice on how to purchase and style 'pre-loved' charity shop fashion items.
The MEP for Hertfordshire has decided to stand down after representing the county since 1999.
The following cases were heard before magistrates between September 28 and October 4.
The Government is being warned that a "tragedy" will happen if it does not tackle the "appalling" health and safety risks Southern Railway passengers are facing.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will tell European leaders there will be no second referendum on Brexit when she addresses them for the first time in Brussels.
CCTV images of two men wanted in connection with a car theft.
A band featuring the original members of The Beautiful South are set to perform at Harpenden’s Public Halls.
At the end of the last century, Pulp's frontman Jarvis Cocker famously sang in about meeting up in the year 2000.
Last week we revealed that St Albans 60s band The Zombies may owe their success to the Watford Observer. This week we spoke to lead singer Colin Blunstone to find out more.
The hard work of St John Ambulance cadet has been acknowledged with the highest award.
A seemingly minor problem at an airport forms the starting point of Mark Watson's I’m Not Here, which spirals into an examination of identity in the digital age and a search for meaning in our lives.
Builders' merchant and Wickes chain owner Travis Perkins has revealed plans to close more than 30 branches in a move impacting 600 jobs across the group.
Calls for a public enquiry into the state of jails in England and Wales are being made following the death of an inmate.
A TV advert for retailer Oak Furniture Land has been banned after its claim to use solid wood was described by a watchdog as misleading.
‘What Do You Mean’, Justin Bieber just moved to Barnet?
A recovering cannabis addict committed suicide after suffering from depression for several months.
Set in the Summer of Love, OVO’s musical interpretation of Shakespeare’s popular comedy of genders was a resounding success at both the Roman Theatre at Verulamium and the world-renowned Minack Theatre in Cornwall, enjoying sell out performances at both venues.