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Kings Langley fire station looking for new recruits

Dr Amrit Gurung helping survivors in Nepal

West Herts doctors fly to Nepal to help earthquake survivors

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Residents invited to look at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden development plans

A man was left with a broken jaw following a fight outside the station, pictured above.

Man left with broken jaw following fight outside train station

Chris with his wife Gina.

Outpouring of grief sweeps across the town following death of Watford man in the Tunisia beach massacre

On this day in south west Hertfordshire

Looking back: July 4, 1952

Police appeal for Rickmansworth man wanted in connection with a number of offences

Police appeal for Rickmansworth man wanted in connection with a number of offences

Cassiobury Park

Walking competition with cash prizes up for grabs in Watford parks this weekend

Police looking to trace thieves who stole a saxophone from a Rickmansworth school

Police looking to trace thieves who stole a saxophone from a Rickmansworth school

Watford school first in county to win Communication Friendly School Status

Watford school first in county to win Communication Friendly School Status

'Inspirational' girls from a Northwood school have won a national Young Enterprise competition

'Inspirational' girls from a Northwood school have won a national Young Enterprise competition

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Man who committed string of burglaries in South Oxhey, Watford and Rickmansworth is sentenced

Mourners gather at Vicarage Road in silence for Watford FC supporter Chris Dyer murdered in the Tunisia terror attack

Mourners gather at Vicarage Road in silence for Watford FC supporter Chris Dyer murdered in the Tunisia terror attack

Grave of Bushey artist is restored

Grave of Bushey artist is restored

Pedestrian in hospital with 'serious injuries' after collision in Watford ring road last night

Pedestrian in hospital with 'serious injuries' after collision in Watford ring road last night

Sport

Bond confirms Royals switch

UPDATED: Bond confirms Royals move

Etienne Capoue celebrates scoring for Spurs. Picture: Action Images

Hornets set to confirm Capoue capture

Gokhan Inler in action against Argentina at last year's World Cup. Picture: Action Images

GOSSIP: Inler not keen on Watford loan switch

Jonathan Bond prepares to face a shot from Didier Drogba during Watford's FA Cup defeat at Chelsea last season. Picture: Action Images

Bond set to complete Royals switch

Harry Kewell playing for Australia. Picture: Action Images

Watford have informal talks with Kewell over coaching role

Jose Holebas in action for Roma action Juventus. Picture: Action Images

Hornets decline to comment on alleged Holebas claims

Troy Deeney celebrating Watford's promotion to the Premier League. Picture: Action Images

Deeney signs new five-year contract

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Flores press conference: The key points

Vicarage Road will host two games on a Sunday in the first two months of the season. Picture: Action Images

Two Hornets Premier League games rearranged

Miguel Britos take on Juventus' Alvaro Morata. Picture: Action Images

GOSSIP: Britos 'agrees' Watford move in deal also involving Inler

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Aguero, Silva, Costa, Mourinho, Guardiola, new Hornets boss knows the lot

Watford chief executive Scott Duxbury. Picture: Watford FC/Alan Cozzi

Hornets to compete in Under-21 Premier League

Garston Ladies were beaten on penalties in the semi-finals

Semi-final shootout defeat for Garston Ladies

Rickmansworth ace Kitchen cooks up a storm in Cologne

Rickmansworth ace Kitchen cooks up a storm in Cologne

National Sport

James Ward was unable to stretch his Wimbledon adventure into a second week

Ward edged out in five sets

McLaren Honda's Jenson Button during Paddock Day of the 2015 British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit, Towcester.

Button looking to reverse fortune

Australia's Rohan Dennis took the first yellow jersey of the Tour de France with victory on Saturday's opening stage

Froome satisfied with Tour start

Roger Federer, pictured, eased past big-serving Australian Sam Groth

Federer not focused on history

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