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Friday, August 10, 2018

Jamie Brown, head of knowledge and development at Archant, introduces Local Impact.

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Online food delivery service Deliveroo is on the lookout for riders in Stevenage ahead of its launch in the town later this month.

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The mayor of Stevenage was on hand to help an opticians celebrate 20 years in the heart of the town centre.

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Stevenage defence firm MBDA has won a prestigious government award recognising its support for serving armed forces members and veterans.

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Billionaire business magnate Lord Sugar has saluted a dependable PC made by his Amstrad computer company decades ago, which still prints the tickets for Hitchin Festival.

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A Hitchin mum who used her redundancy money 11 years ago to start a baby massage service from home is set to expand her social enterprise business into China, Malta and St Helena.

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Plans for a joint-venture revamp of Hitchin’s Churchgate centre have received widespread support, according to the results of North Herts District Council’s public consultation.

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The new Costco store coming to Stevenage next year will include a petrol station, the company confirmed today.

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Work has finally begun on Stevenage’s Costco store, which is now set to open in July 2019.

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Stevenage-based Airbus Defence and Space has won a £4 million contract to design a rover critical to bringing soil from Mars to Earth for the first time.

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