Theresa May’s Brexit strategy has been dealt a devastating blow after the House of Commons rejected her EU Withdrawal Agreement by an overwhelming majority for the second time.
A Hitchin councillor has provided an update on Bancroft Splash Park after it was dogged with operational issues last year.
The future of Hitchin’s Churchgate regeneration will be decided at a North Herts District Council meeting next month – but a bid for the government’s Future High Streets Fund faces competition.
A package of Hertfordshire County Council budget measures have been voted through – with the county element of council tax to increase by 2.99 per cent from April.
A pledge by a Conservative party candidate for Hitchin to donate his councillor’s allowance to local schemes has caused outrage among rival party candidates.
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit plans by an emphatic 432 votes to 202 in a historic vote which has thrown the future of her administration and the nature of the UK’s EU withdrawal into doubt.
The next chief executive of Hertfordshire County Council has been appointed – earning him more than the Prime Minster as he rakes in £180,000 a year.
Hitchin has the sixth-worst rail service in the country – that’s according to new data ranking the performance of the UK’s stations in the past month.
A controversial plan to build a gas-fired power plant between Hitchin and Stevenage was tonight rejected for the second time.
Jeremy Corbyn was in Stevenage today – and in a one-on-one interview with the Comet, he gave his views on a range of issues affecting our area.
Cross-party representatives have successfully convinced the Letchworth BID to go back to allowing political parties to set up stands in the town centre, after the BID took the decision to ban them in the interest of being ‘balanced’.
Hitchin’s area committee has thrown its weight behind commuters driven to despair by the controversial new Great Northern rail timetable.
Stevenage’s new mayor for 2018/19 has taken office – and, unusually, she is a councillor from the opposition benches.
The new chairman of North Herts District Council was announced last night – along with the Labour chairmen for two of the authority’s area committees.
A candidate in next month’s Stevenage council elections has been suspended and his affiliation with the Conservatives withdrawn after it emerged he once called for “gays to face the death penalty”.