• TfL 'misled public' on benefits of ULEZ, leaked draft reports

    Transport for London (TfL) is reported to have misled the public about the benefits of the capital’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ). It comes after a draft report leaked by The Sunday Telegraph showed an investigation was launched by watchdog the

  • Locals hear 'loudest planes ever' amid dramatic hostage exercise

    People around Watford heard “the loudest planes ever” as the RAF simulated an aircraft hostage scenario overhead. The Royal Air Force and Metropolitan Police took part in a planned training exercise overnight on Friday (November 17) to test a multi-agency

  • Heineken hoping to re-open pub 'ASAP' after closure

    A pub company says it is hoping to a popular boozer will open again “as soon as possible”. The Estcourt Arms closed when its landlords left yesterday (November 19), and it is still not clear exactly what its future holds. The pub is owned by

  • Inside Dunelm as products set to hit shelves this week

    New photos show the inside of Watford’s upcoming Dunelm store as products are set to hit shelves this week. The retailer, which is planning to launch its location in the town on December 5, looks on course to meet that deadline in new images.

  • Wanted man 'known to frequent Watford'

    A Watford-linked man is wanted on recall to prison. Richard Moore, also known as James Stutter, is a wanted man, Herts Police confirmed this morning (November 20). The force added that he is “known to frequent the Hemel Hempstead and Watford

  • Green light to build affordable homes on garage sites

    Plans to demolish garages in Three Rivers and replace them with 16 new affordable homes have been given the green light. Three Rivers councillors granted planning permission to proposals for 14 flats and two houses at a meeting on Thursday, November