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With the number of UK couples running businesses together on the rise, Sandra Deeble talks to four Herts ‘co-preneurs’ about how they make it work

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October 2018

It’s 3,000 miles of ocean, two hours on and two hours off for around 40 days - a St Albans geologist is taking up the challenge of rowing the Atlantic

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October 2018

We’ve selected some top schools from in and around Hertfordshire offering top notch education for its students

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Arriving from Nigeria with enough money to fund her first term at business school, Hertford’s Cynthia Stroud has built a celebrated cake empire. Now she is turning her talents to helping women

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October 2018

It’s never too soon to have a well thought out succession plan for your business. We spoke to HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors

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Rowan finds it’s the old fashioned things that help to banish the autumn blues

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October 2018

Paintings stashed under a bed, an unassuming relative, and a chance visit to a gallery on the other side of the world began a detective story to uncover and celebrate the brilliant and complex vision of Suzanne Cooper

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October 2018

Giving children with special needs the chance to interact and develop social skills is the aim of a long-running holiday club scheme

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September 2018

With today’s pupils fully-immersed ‘digital citizens’, leading Herts schools discuss how ever-changing technology is used in the classroom (and beyond)

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September 2018

Photographer Adam Hollier has undertaken a major project to capture the people of his hometown of Tring in a series of portraits published in a book this month

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September 2018

We met publisher Mindy Gibbins-Klein of St Albans who is championing female authors with a new women-only book collection

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September 2018

A Hertfordshire teenager inspired by a fresh new TV series built a robot out of scrap with his dad and brother. It would start a 20-year adventure watched by millions around the world

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September 2018

Do we want to be remembered as the generation that couldn’t be bothered to save the world, asks Rowan

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September 2018

Classical St Albans violinist Leanne Wren, who will perform with the Urban Soul Orchestra at dance music concert Classic Ibiza at Hatfield House this summer

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August 2018

Revealed in a new publication by the British Museum is the story of a rich Romano-British hoard that opened a door to a hidden goddess and a major site of pilgrimage in Ashwell

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August 2018

The Shires are riding high as the UK’s most successful country music act. With strong links to Herts and neighbouring Beds, the duo blend a Nashville sound with home-inspired lyrics

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August 2018

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