A 25 year old man from Stevenage was sentenced to 10 months in prison last week (28 September) after pleading guilty to five counts of fly-tipping household waste across Hertfordshire. The case was originally brought before Stevenage Magistrates Court by Mr James Ellis, prosecution for North Hertfordshire District Council (NHDC)
Home Latest news Sports Development Officer becomes a Heart Hero Watford Borough Council’s Sports Development Officer has been named a Heart Hero for all of the work she does to make people in the area more active. Published: Monday, 25th September 2017 Delivering on Watford Borough Councils Sports Development Framework
Young entrepreneurs are hoping their innovative business ideas will win a share of £20,000 to get their start-up off the ground in the University of Hertfordshire’s annual flare competition next week. Flare is the University’s business start-up competition which encourages students and alumni to launch and develop new, inventive businesses.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a teenage girl who has gone missing. Have you seen missing Eleanor? Eleanor Comparetto, aged 15, was last seen eight days ago at her home in Harlow, Essex, however she has connections with Hertfordshire and is believed to be in Stevenage
In an industry where extortionate interest rates and small print can lead to widespread customer dissatisfaction, Talk Loans, an innovative Norwich-based brokerage service continues to receive excellent customer feedback. The fee-free guarantor loans brokerage delivers a quick and efficient service, with personal loans agreed and paid on the same day.
An operationally effective and cost effective new Estates Strategy has been launched in Hertfordshire by the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable which will support local policing and help provide accessible joined –up services. Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd says: “In recent years we have achieved new stations
Voters in Watford, along with four other local authorities in England will need to show ID before they can vote next May in a move to pilot how best to tackle electoral fraud. The move comes after reports of alleged electoral fraud through voter impersonation more than doubled between 2014
Liam is one of 230 Special Constables in Hertfordshire who volunteer their time to make a difference in their community. This week Hertfordshire Constabulary and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner are launching a new campaign to encourage more people like Liam to join the Special Constabulary. Special
by Claire Hansen A shamed author and suspected rapist from Hertfordshire has taken to twitter to mock the current rape allegations he is facing as details from his social media exposed the chilling tweets that show him making light comments about paedophilia. Dougie Brimson, a shamed author and screenwriter who