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  1. Schoolchildren rehearsing the production. Image by PicasaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Watford Observer

    A group of schoolchildren held their end-of-year show and this year for the first time the performance was at the Radlett Theatre. The children from Hertsmere Jewish Primary School, in Radlett, performed an adapted version adaptation of Oliver Twist customised penned by head teacher Steven Isaacs.

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  2. Bushey Flower Festival opens at St James Church by Lady VerulamRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Watford Observer

    The theme this year was God Save the Queen which drew on images of Her Majesty and many designs featured her collection of hats, horses and her coronation dress. Dione Grimston, countess of Verulam, opened the festival on Friday July 15 after the church contacted her and asked if she was able to come.

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  3. Cycling duo on hunt for third and fourth wheelRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Watford Observer

    A cycling team is on the hunt for two additional members as they embark on a 500 mile route, raising money for The Road Victims. Leroy Goodman, 50, of Watford and David Vizard, 51, of Rickmansworth, are taking on the Extra Mile 2016 challenge in September.

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  4. Former NIU soccer star goalkeeper recovering from brain tumorRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

    NIU Photo services - Former Northern Illinois goalkeeper Amy Carr prepares to kick the ball away from the goal during a match. Loaned photo - An MRI of Amy Carr reveals a brain tumor in the left side of her head that had caused three seizures over a two-year period.

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  5. Picture gallery: Fun in the sun at the Watford Observer Fun DayRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Watford Observer

    Bollywood music, Irish folk tunes and pop hits played on the ukelele provided the soundtrack to a day of entertainment at the Watford Observer Fun Day. Ukie TooNes, a ukelele group that has travelled the country raising money for charity - opened a day of music and dance on the stage.

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  6. Nostalgia: War on the home frontRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Watford Observer

    However, the reality of war would soon reach the home front, and south west Hertfordshire was to suffer more fatalities than any other Hertfordshire community. As soldiers marched off to battle, those left behind had no choice but to try to keep smiling through.

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  7. First Herts Jazz Film Festival announced for Welwyn Garden CityRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Crow

    The first Herts Jazz Film Festival will showcase a wonderful mixture of compelling films that all have a distinctly jazz flavour. Timed to complement the Herts Jazz Club's well-established and prestigious annual Herts Jazz Festival, the HJFF will bring WGC audiences classic Hollywood film noir, silent film with live jazz accompaniment, rarely-seen documentaries, and a performance by a superstar jazz quartet celebrating one of the UK's greatest jazz pianists, Stan Tracey.

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  8. New open winners' exhibition opens at Welwyn Garden City galleryRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Crow

    New Maynard Gallery trustee Roy Ward, Maggie Barton, Sarah Merry, Welwyn Hatfield mayor Pat Mabbott and Robin Kersey [Picture: George Stodulski] Pieces by Maggie Barton, Robin Kersey and Sarah Merry have gone on display in the foyer of the Hawthorne Theatre. All three won first place in their categories in the last NMG Open Exhibition, and their prizes included having the opportunity of display more of their work.

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  9. Hilarity in store as West End's longest running comedy comes to town stageRead the original story

    Yesterday | Hemel Online

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The West End's longest running comedy, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare , comes to Berkhamsted Civic Centre for one night only on Friday.

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  10. Hendon must target the play-offs this season, insists new signing McCallRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ham and High

    Hendon signing Spencer McCall believes the club should be challenging for the Ryman League Premier Division play-offs as an absolute minimum this season. The 21-year-old midfielder, who found the net eight times for Harrow Borough last term, has been impressed with the quality in the Dons squad and believes the 4G surface they will be playing on at their new ground at Silver Jubilee Park will aid them.

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  11. Barman 'ordered Muslim teacher called Islam to take off hoodie...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    Humiliated Nurul Islam, 32, claims he had arrived to meet colleagues at his local pub when the worker told him his top was upsetting other customers after the Nice terror attack A Muslim teacher called Islam claims a barman 'ordered him to take off a hoodie with his name on - as it was offending other customers'. Humiliated Nurul Islam, 32, claims he had arrived to meet fellow teachers at his local pub when the worker told him his top was upsetting others after last week's Nice terror attack .

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  12. Search is on for 'vulnerable' Luton pensionerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Luton Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. 76-year-old John Ayling left his home in Friston Green, Luton, at around 8.40am this morning and has not been seen since.

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  13. Long delays expected between London King's Cross/Moorgate and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Crow

    One line remains blocked on the Great Northern route after someone was hit and killed by a train at Potters Bar railway station. Initially all lines between New Barnet and Brookmans Park were blocked as emergency services dealt with the incident at Potters Bar, but train operator Govia Thameslink has tweeted that now one line of the Great Northern route remains blocked, National Rail posted online: "A person has been hit by a train between New Barnet and Brookmans Park and this is causing delays of up to 60 minutes to trains between London King's Cross/Moorgate and Stevenage.

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  14. Lines blocked after person hit by train in Potters BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Local London

    The British Transport Police (BTP) said: "Paramedics from the East of England Ambulance Service also attended. A person was pronounced dead at the scene. "Officers will now work to identify the person and inform their family. The incident is not being treated as suspicious."

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  15. Oasis Be Here Now album re-release to feature Knebworth live trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Crow

    Britpop legends Oasis have confirmed details of the re-release of Be Here Now - with the remastered album including a live track from the band's seminal 1996 Knebworth gigs. Be Here Now is the third release in the Oasis 'Chasing The Sun: 1993-1997' series, to be released October 7, 2016 on Big Brother Recordings.

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  16. 'Nuisance neighbours' kicked out after drugs raidRead the original story

    Yesterday | Tring Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The Dacorum Borough Council property - 34 Dellcut Road in Highfield, Hemel Hempstead - has been sealed off for three months to put a stop to anti-social behaviour and prevent crime in the vicinity.

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  17. No creature was immune to a gas attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watford Observer

    However, the reality of war would soon reach the home front, and south west Hertfordshire was to suffer more fatalities than any other Hertfordshire community. As soldiers marched off to battle, those left behind had no choice but to try to keep smiling through.

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  18. Teacher told to remove 'Islam' school surname hoodie in pubRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro UK News

    Nurul Islam, 32, was meeting colleagues at the Coach and Horses in Hertford last Friday wearing a school sweatshirt, which all have teachers' last names on them. However a barman told him to remove his jumper, and claimed it was offending people because of last week's Nice attack.

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  19. Council signs off on 4B Brent Cross Cricklewood regenerationRead the original story

    Yesterday | SNL Financial

    The Barnet Council signed a deal on the A 4 billion Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration scheme in London that includes the long-awaited revamp of the , Standard Life Investments and Argent Related will work on the project that will also provide 7,500 homes, according to a news release from the council. The council will also deliver a new Thameslink station at the development, backed by the Greater London Authority and a A 97 million grant from the government.

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  20. Cambridge News published Whittlesford News: Final weekend of Cambridge Open Studios 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cambridge Evening News

    Always a popular annual attraction in Whittlesford, the renowned Cambridge Open Studios event is the chance to enjoy the work of three different artists in their own working studios in the historic heart of Whittlesford village continues on SATURDAY & SUNDAY 23 & 24 JULY, open each day from 11am - 6pm. Two of the artists whose work is on show again for the final -free entry - 2016 Open Studios weekend, Val Pettifer and Lesley Rumble, are both actually based within the Old School, off the Guildhall end of High Street and the third, Vandy Massey, is just on The Lawn side of it, in Church Close, off Church Lane.

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