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Yesterday, 11:23
Wilkestock Festival

A festival which started out as a party in the middle of field to honour the memory of a sibling marks its 10th anniversary this year – with its biggest line-up to date.

Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland and CareShield CEO Christian Greenshaw with the chinese delegation visiting CareSheild.

Guests from China descended on CareShield’s head office in Stevenage on Monday as staff passed on best practice in the health and social care sector to the visiting delegates.

A 35-year-old man from Letchworth is back behind bars after he admitted attacking a police officer in Stevenage while on licence following a previous jail term.

A 35-year-old man from Letchworth is back behind bars after he admitted attacking a police officer in Stevenage while on licence following a previous jail term.

St John's Hospice are making a shout-out for volunteers.

A hospice which needs to raise £3,800 every day to stay open has issued a shout-out for volunteers.

Can you spot Hithcin scout Ben Street - he's the one with his mouth open!

Scouts across our area have been busy doing good deeds and taking part in expeditions in Scotland and Swaziland this month.

Stevenage FC

Sunday, August 28, 2016
Jobi McAnuff

Stevenage slumped to a heavy defeat at Grimsby Town as Omar Bogle’s hat-trick helped the hosts to a 5-2 victory.

Darren Sarll

Stevenage are determined to prove the doubters wrong as they face Grimsby Town at Blundell Park on Saturday aiming for their first away win of the Sky Bet League Two season.

Darren Sarll. Photo: Alan Millard

Stevenage have signed teenage Aston Villa midfielder Henry Cowans on loan until January.

Tom Conlon

Stevenage boss Darren Sarll insists the club will do all they can to help Tom Conlon recover from a cruciate knee ligament injury that has ruled him out of action for up to nine months.

Tom Conlon

Tom Conlon is due to miss six to nine months after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

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Yesterday, 11:23
Wilkestock Festival

A festival which started out as a party in the middle of field to honour the memory of a sibling marks its 10th anniversary this year – with its biggest line-up to date.

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Latest Motors News

Friday, August 26, 2016
Triumph World Record attempt

Following a successful practice session at the Bonneville Salt Flats, reaching 274.2mph to become the world’s fastest Triumph, Triumph Motorcycles has confirmed the attempt to set a new outright motorcycle Land Speed World Record will take place in mid-September, weather permitting.

Morris Ital

ClassicLine Insurance has compiled a list of eight top tips every classic car fan can take to ensure endangered cars are preserved for future generations.

E-type Round Britain Coastal Drive

The E-type Club Round Britain Coastal Drive, supporting Prostate Cancer UK, has set up an online auction giving the public the chance to bid for a half-day ride in an iconic Jaguar sports car.

Car salesman

September is one of the busiest times of the year for buying a new car, so ahead of next month’s 66 registration Motor Codes, the leading provider of Codes of Practice and Alternative Dispute Resolution for the automotive industry, has the following advice for consumers.

New Audi Q2 is ready to order

Friday, August 12, 2016
Audi Q2

Audi is promising to deliver a bold yet familiarly premium take on the compact SUV class with the launch of the new Q2.

Peugeot 208

Bringing style and efficiency to the roads of Hertfordshire, the PEUGEOT 208 is available from local PEUGEOT Dealership, Norton Way, Letchworth.

Biggleswade Comet

Yesterday, 11:56
St John's Hospice are making a shout-out for volunteers.

A hospice which needs to raise £3,800 every day to stay open has issued a shout-out for volunteers.

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Friday, August 26, 2016
North Herts College , which has campuses in Hitchin (pictured), Stevenage and Letchworth, says there's no need to fret about your GCSE or A-level results.

It’s been a nail-biting wait for teenagers up and down the country as GCSE and A-level results days have acted as a dark cloud over their summer.

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