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Rail freight site will 'prove an ideal site for a residential development', says former MP
Rail freight site will 'prove an ideal site for a residential development', says former MP Park Street rail freight site will 'prove an ideal site for a residential development', says St Albans' former MP Kerry Pollard St Albans' former MP and current Labour candidate is asking the county council to defer its decision on the Strategic Rail Freight ... (more)
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Housing association in court over breach of duty
The prosecution at St Albans Crown Court also alleged she had called Mrs Pourghlami and her husband "bloody Romanians" who should go back to their own country.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
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Journal Retracts Genetically Modified Corn Study That Found Tumor Risks In Rats
A scientific journal has formally retracted a controversial study linking genetically modified corn to tumor growth and death risk in rats.
Tring building society branch celebrates building the community after scooping award
Staff at the Tring branch of Harpenden Building Society are celebrating after the company was named the Community Orientated Business of the Year.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
QC to ensure airport bid 'fairness'
An independent barrister will oversee a planning application for an expansion of Luton Airport to ensure impartiality, the council has said.
'I just like to be bright and breezy', Harpenden woman celebrates 'wonderful' 100th birthday
Keeping active and ballroom dancing is the key to keeping Florence Lovell young as she celebrated her 100th birthday at a Harpenden care home.
Redbourn caravan blaze engulfs five static homes
Firefighters from across the county battled for more than three hours to put out flames engulfing five caravans in Redbourn last night.
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Lincolnshire Echo published Luton fans cleared of violent disorder
Andrew Leach, 50, of Cutlers Green, Luton; Gary Crocker, 53, of Lalleford Road, Luton; Matthew Owens, 29, of Long Chaulden, Hemel Hempstead, and Martin Roe, 44, of Marquis Close, Harpenden, were targeted in the assault.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Annual Spotlight ball funds will help Ugandan school children
A Harpenden charity, dedicated to supporting poor communities in Uganda, has raised more than A 11,000 at a fundraising ball.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Filipino community launch new charity to help typhoon victims
A charity, which aims to send relief aid to those suffering after one of the world's strongest typhoons struck the Philippines, has been formed in St Albans.
Harpenden sorting office closure: 'post failings need to be resolved'
A Harpenden man says the loss of the town's Royal Mail sorting office has caused a "degradation of services".
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Mental health charity holds volunteer drive
A Harpenden charity dedicated to helping people with mental health problems held a donation and volunteering drive day on Sunday.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Boy, 10, born without an ear has a new one built from one of his RIBS
A ten-year-old boy has been given a new ear by doctors who built the organ from scratch using one of his ribs.