Ahead of Bonfire Night on November 5, East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust’s medical director and deputy CEO, Dr Tom Davis, reflects on what it means for the emergency services and how you can stay safe.
Free school meals during the holidays is set to be discussed at an extraordinary meeting of Hertfordshire County Council after the Prime Minister refused to extend the provision during the October half-term and Christmas break.
For World Mental Health Day, consultant clinical psychologist Andrew Nicholls has some suggestions for how to cope better and where to go for professional help if you’re struggling in our latest Hertfordshire health column.
After over 900 people asked Herts County Council to stop investing in fossil fuels, it has emerged the amount invested on polluting technologies by the Local Government Pension Fund has almost halved since the end of last year.
Almost £2 million worth of vital personal protective equipment was paid for by Hertfordshire County Council in April – as the price of face masks and disposable gloves soared during the peak of the pandemic.
Calls have been made for an independent inquiry into the management of COVID–19 in the care sector in Hertfordshire, after data showed more than 500 have died from coronavirus in care settings across the county.