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9:18am Friday 4th January 2013
A new study from Halfords Autocentres shows as many as 8 million vehicles a year suffer steering and suspension damage which may be attributed to poorly maintained road surfaces - that’s one driver affected every 4 seconds.
3:15pm Monday 27th June 2011
Give a Hoot! Jordans Cereals & Conservation Grade Launch New Research on Barn Owls PICTURE SHOWS: Rob Law, farmer from Thrift Farm, Royston and Barn Owls up for 'naming' as part of a research project by Jordans Cereals and Conservation Grade.
1:41pm Friday 7th January 2011
I would just like to make it clear that I've not been reported to standards. Many are confused like I am as to why my three colleagues have deemed it necessary suspend me after a hard fought campaign in Park where I acheived a healthy majority despite strong efforts by the Liberals with Nick Clegg holding a rally near my home.
7:54am Friday 24th December 2010
Hertfordshire County Council PR 10623 23/12/2010 [For Immediate Release] Fire Service working 'Side by Side' with communities in Watford and Three Rivers Communities in Watford and Three Rivers are successfully working together 'Side by Side' to create a safer, healthier and more prosperous district.
11:00pm Saturday 24th July 2010
3:01pm Thursday 8th July 2010
5:27pm Sunday 30th May 2010
8:26am Wednesday 14th October 2009
5:36pm Tuesday 26th May 2009
Community agents on a mission to help over 50s Their mission, should they choose to accept it, is to provide advice and information face-to-face about a range of opportunities and services which could improve the health and well-being of older people in Hertfordshire.
Your Say Your Watford
She is entitled to run for Parliament but not trouser a fat salary from the taxpayer for doing a different job. She has made her choice; she should stand down as mayor immediately so we can elect someone totally committed to doing the job full time. − MJ1Elected Mayor Thornhill said she was willing to do both jobs if elected to Parliament in May
As long as the residents are made aware of the potential noise in advance and perhaps given some sort of compensation eg vouchers to spend at Tesco or Sainsbury's. I wouldn't have a problem. Just as long as it is held during the day. These events have to be held somewhere. − QUINNPTPoliticians voice concerns over noise from 'Party by the Pond'