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Watford, England · Watford
Herts Police on the lookout for stolen horse transporter
The horse transporter was taken from Gadebridge Park, in Hemel Hempstead. The box disappeared after the victim parked it overnight. It is thought to have been taken between 7pm on Wednesday November 15 and 7am the next day. The vehicle has not been sighted since but has been captured on ANPR cameras in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.See the Story
Canada · Canada
St Albans to host first ever UK championship of Canadian game
The St Albans Crokinole Open and Doubles Championship will take place tomorrow. It will be the first ever UK-based doubles championship of the game. The event is being run by Mike Ray, and has completely sold out. It is part of the UK Crokinoles Tour 2023, which will visit Harrogate, Nottingham and Birmingham.See the Story
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St Albans · St Albans
St Albans named among the UK's most dog-friendly cities
St Albans named among the UK's most dog-friendly cities, according to new research. Brighton beat Exeter to the title, with Chelmsford in seventh place. Study by Animal Friends Pet Insurance ranked cities based on green space, training classes available, number of 'pro-pup pubs' and job listings. St Albans scored 205 out of 300, beating York, Bath and Colchester.See the Story
Hertfordshire · Hertfordshire
Campaigners hand MP Daisy Cooper insulation petition amid 'sky-high bills'
Campaigners have handed a petition to St Albans MP Daisy Cooper. They want her to back a council-led, street-by-street insulation programme. They also want a renewable energy system to be rolled out. The MP described the situation as "utterly unacceptable"See the Story
Golf · Hemel Hempstead
Plans for 10 more holes at golf course on Green Belt land
Plans for the Centurion Club, on Hemel Hempstead Road, St Albans. Nine holes would be included in a new 27-hole main layout, with one hole added to an existing hole to form an academy course. A draft proposal would have seen 52 per cent of the area's woodland removed. No "built developments" are included in the plans.See the Story
Elton John · Hemel Hempstead
Meet Jenny, Alison and Jane: Lifelong friends who've all faced cancer
Jenny Hicks, from St Albans and her two best friends Alison and Jane - now all aged 65 - met at school in Hemel Hempstead over 60 years ago. The trio, along with sharing a love of Elton John, have also shared a battle with breast cancer and have supported each other through the disease. With Jenny's cancer now incurable, the trio are backing Cancer Research UK’s Longer, better lives: a manifesto for cancer research and care. They have asked Hertfordshire residents to sign an open letter to party leaders ahead of the next general election.See the Story
Nissan · St Albans
Police seize Nissan and Citroen in St Albans
Hertfordshire police have seized two cars, a Nissan and a Citroen, in St Albans. Both incidents were the result of "proactive patrols" by Hertfordshire Constabulary. Motorists without car insurance may be subject to fines of £300 and six penalty points.See the Story
Hertfordshire · Hertfordshire
Olly Murs and Tinie Tempah to headline Pub in the Park
Pub in the Park will take place between September 6 and September 8, 2024. Tinie Tempah and Example will perform on Friday, September 6. Olly Murs will take to the stage on Saturday, September 7. Pre-sale tickets go on sale on December 5, with general sale opening from December 6.See the Story
Harpenden · Harpenden
Hairdressers shuts after 49 years in Harpenden
Hairdressers Snips of Harpenden has closed its doors after 49 years in the town. Tony Seabrook purchased Snips barbers when he was 19 years old. He later bought ladies' salon Charms, in 1982, and brought it under the Snips name. The Hertfordshire Centre For Dentistry will be taking over the premises.See the Story