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Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party was the big winner in this year's European Elections in the East of England - taking three of the seven seats up for grabs.

Herts police have been presented with an award by the LGBT+ rights charity Stonewall.

Last time the residents of North Hertfordshire had the opportunity to vote in EU elections, fewer than two in five potential voters turned up to their local polling station.

As politicians from around the region gather at Chelmsford for the European election count, we are providing live coverage and reaction political shape of the East of England emerges.

The Save the Windmill campaign group are hoping to publish their business plans to buy the Charlton pub next month - after an artist's impression of how it could look was released.

Sport

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Manager Mark Burke has brought a Hitchin Town favourite back to Top Field for next season.

It was a much-improved performance but Knebworth Park will still be wondering how they didn't pick up the win against Sawbridgeworth.

A total of 30 swimmers from 18 primary schools across north Hertfordshire competed for the district team in the Herts County Primary Schools Championship gala.

Billy Joe Saunders has sent out a defiant message to the big names after winning the WBO super-middleweight world title - I'm ready to fight you.

The now trademark 'where did it go' taunt arrived as early as the third round and bar one huge scare it was almost plain sailing for Billy Joe Saunders who became a two-weight world champion with victory over Shefat Isufi.

Stevenage FC

Friday, May 24, 2019

Stevenage have confirmed that club captain and record appearance holder Ronnie Henry will leave the Broadhall Way club this summer.

Saturday's Mitchell Cole Memorial Tournament has raised more than £2,500 for Cardiomyopathy UK in memory of the former Stevenage footballer.

Stevenage have signed Hastings United defender Jamie Fielding after he turned down reported interest from Premier League side Leicester City.

The seventh annual Mitchell Cole Memorial Tournament is set to take place this Saturday to raise money for Cardiomyopathy UK in memory of the former Stevenage footballer.

Stevenage have made their first signing of the summer transfer window, snapping up striker Jason Cowley from non-league side Bromsgrove Sporting FC.

What's On

Friday, May 24, 2019

Looking for things to do over the late May bank holiday weekend? Here's a few suggestions of what's on this weekend.

The annual Hertfordshire County Show takes place this late May bank holiday weekend.

The Decorative Salvage & Vintage Fair returns to Knebworth House this weekend.

There will be Jurassic larks in Knebworth Park this Spring May Bank Holiday.

Those expecting a straight forward feel-good sing-along musical from Elton John biopic Rocketman should strap in - because it's actually a hedonistic rollercoaster that acts as a warning of the darker side of fame.

Business

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Online display advertising can help smaller businesses target their advertising to those who may be interested in their products.

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70 years of Stevenage

Heritage

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

This weekend's Duxford Air Festival will celebrate 75 years of the jet engine.

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Historic Knebworth House has opened for the 2019 visitor season with medieval jousting and the popular Easter Trail among this month's forthcoming events.

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A popular Hertfordshire tourist attraction will be holding an autism-friendly early opening during the Easter holidays.

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A Facebook group which documents the history of Great and Little Wymondley is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend.

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On April 1, 1964, a five-pice rock band, who would release their debut album just over two weeks later, played Stevenage's Locarno Ballroom in front of an adoring crowd of screaming girls and dancing teenagers. That band was The Rolling Stones.

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