New measures on pregnancies, scans and child birth are set to take affect in the Lister and New QEII hospitals from today, after a collective of local women raised concerns about recently introduced maternity rules.
A webinar has been planned that allows Stevenage residents to ask questions about a planned building development – that could see more than 520 homes, a car park and a large retail unit built in the town centre.
Stevenage schools have said they will “work diligently to ensure students receive the grades they deserve” amid a controversial A-Level results day yesterday, which saw 40 per cent of all pupils nationally have their marks downgraded.
Planning law that allows developers to convert empty offices into residential property without planning permission is set to be extended in the autumn – a move which has been condemned by Stevenage Borough Council leader Sharon Taylor.
At 8pm on Thursday March 26, care home staff at Wisden Court in Stevenage left their 12 hour shift in tears. A fanfare of men, women and children had assembled in the car park, cheering and clapping for their carers.