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Greener? Sheer nonsense
1:40pm Friday 16th December 2005
MORE than 50 campaigners gathered at the Three Horseshoes pub at Mole Hill Green to protest against the planned second runway at Stansted Airport.

Station safety call after girls’ deaths
1:07pm Friday 16th December 2005
SAFFRON Walden MP Sir Alan Haselhurst is backing calls for improved safety measures at the station where two teenaged girls lost their lives when they were hit by a train.

Call for home violence helpline helpers
1:06pm Friday 16th December 2005
VOLUNTEERS are wanted to help man the Hertfordshire Domestic Violence Helpline, which provides support and practical advice to anyone affected by domestic violence.

Arts grants go up for grabs
1:05pm Friday 16th December 2005
APPLICATIONS are being accepted for the annual East Herts arts awards.

Business role for Prisk
1:04pm Friday 16th December 2005
STORTFORD MP Mark Prisk has been appointed Shadow Minister for Small Business and Enterprise by new Conservative Party leader David Cameron.

Final curtain for The FirsFinal curtain for The Firs
1:03pm Fri 16 Dec 05
A BISHOP'S Stortford school staged a contemporary play for this Christmas a production of Robin Hood.

Stars out for special kids
12:45pm Friday 16th December 2005
FORMER heavyweight boxing champion Frank Bruno was one of the star names among a host of famous ex-sportsmen to present awards at the 20th Presidents Sporting Club children's Christmas lunch.

How will we carry on in this fog of pain?
12:04pm Friday 9th December 2005
THE families of the two teenage girls who died after being hit by a train while hurrying across a crossing have been reflecting on their loss.

‘Club-to-be’ gets its late drinks licence
12:03pm Friday 9th December 2005
ONE of the remaining applications for a new premises licence in Bishop's Stortford has been granted by East Herts Council's licensing committee.

Road police win commendationsRoad police win commendations
11:54am Fri 9 Dec 05
POLICE who investigated the death of a seven-week-old baby in a road crash in Harlow are to receive Chief Constable commendations on Friday.

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