|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.
|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 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 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.