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Tudors’ end season with 5-0 defeat

HEMEL Town 0 Weston-Super-Mare 5, Saturday, April 29, 2017.

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Hummus shortage

Hummus be joking! UK in meltdown over dip shortage

Fans of the popular dip hummus have been hit by the news supplies are at critical levels.

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Men who tell sexist or homophobic jokes suffer from low self esteem

Men who tell sexist or homophobic jokes suffer from low self esteem

Men who make sexist and homophobic jokes suffer low self-esteem and are trying to boost their manliness, a study has found.

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Puyo Puyo Tetris is a mash-up which actually works, and it looks great too

Console Corner: Puyo Puyo Tetris review

A mash-up that actually works...

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Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

The notorious hospital super bug C. diff could be spread through contaminated food, a new study warned.

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Cows and calves. Picture copyright Heather Jan Brunt

FARMING MATTERS: Award time of the year

There are annual awards in many industries and agriculture is no exception.

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Jeff Folkins and Claire Carpentier outside Dalling and Co in Kings Langley

High Street firms hit out at government business rates

Businesses in Kings Langley have grouped together to slam business rate changes by the government that they fear could affect the High Street.

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Nova Constable and her dad

Nova’s skydive in honour of her dad

Berkhamsted woman Nova Constable, is taking part in a 10,000ft skydive this weekend, in honour of her dad.

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Get career tips at Tring Jobs Show

Get career tips at Tring Jobs Show

Tring Jobs Show will take place at The Victoria Hall in Akeman Street on Saturday (May 6).

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Number of vehicle thefts in Hertfordshire double compared to last year

The number of vehicle thefts have doubled compared to this time last year, according to new crime figures from Hertfordshire Police.

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The community wardens are now equipped with body worn video cameras when on patrol

Hertfordshire taxi firm refused to take booking from passenger who had an assistance dog

A taxi firm who refused to take a booking from a passenger with a guide dog has been ordered to pay out more than £900.

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Getaway car driven off with boot still open after Hemel Hempstead burglary

Did you see a black Audi being driven with its boot open in the Cupid Green Lane area on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 4?

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The Scouting members from Herts

Windsor castle honour for Queen’s Scout

Katie Anne Monnington, from Hemel Hempstead District Scouts, was one of seven Scouting members from Herts to be honoured by international adventurer, Chief Scout Bear Grylls.

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Yollanda Musa

Good sport Yollanda carries off award

A Hemel Hempstead model has sashayed off with an award.

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Louisa Sheward

Crochet addict’s crowdfunding bid

A crochet-mad mum has launched a crowdfunding appeal to help take her craft business to the next level.

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Mediaval Fruit Machine at Cow Roast Lock

Medieval fruit machine is fruitfully good fun

Boaters at Cow Roast Lock celebrated St George’s Day with a feast of fish and chips supplied by Jamie’s of Tring, an auction of boaty items, a raffle and a ‘Medieval Fruit Machine’.

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Sonya Aris at Doodle Caboodle

Family-friendly cafe aims to bridge the gap

A mum-of-three has launched a new family-friendly cafe in Tring.

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Prince, the RSPCA's longest-serving resident, with some of the catfood

Purrfect present for cat rescue centre

Hemel Hempstead-based pet food brand Meowing Heads has supported RSPCA Milton Keynes and North Bucks with a huge donation of meals for its feline friends.

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Paul Dennison, from Flamstead, wore the purple colours associated with the Hospice of St Francis  including a striking skirt!

Meet the Dacorum residents who raised thousands at the London Marathon

More than 40,000 people put on their running boots to raise money for a good cause at the London Marathon on Sunday.
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Participants in the Hemel Hillbuster

Cycling challenge raises £12,000

The sun shone, the wind dropped and the bluebells were out for cyclists in the second Hemel Hillbuster on Sunday April 23.

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