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Lots of fun was had on the weekend of the Herts County Show with our make-your-own-mag green screen - see a selection of our favourites

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Our county university has been named a 'notable climber' after it made a significant jump in a prestigious league table

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Ahead of Independents' Day for small retailers on July 4, successful Herts independent shopkeepers discuss how to survive - and thrive - as the high street undergoes huge pressures

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Inspired by the links between Barbara Hepworth and Herts, a new show at St Albans Museum + Gallery brings together sculptures, drawings and archive material for the first time to explore her vision

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This month 115 years ago, Buffalo Bill brought his epic Wild West spectacular to Hitchin - possibly the greatest event the town has ever seen

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Stabbed in the chest and head during an arrest, police dog Finn underwent a five-hour operation to save his life. It was the start of a much longer fight, for justice for service animals across the UK

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Sarah Miles, company and commercial lawyer at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors, gives a check-list to determine if your business is legally fit or if you're putting yourself at risk

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A new book looks at how Hertfordshire was a hunting and pleasure playground for kings over the centuries

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May 2019

Nine centuries after the Knights Templar was founded, they still fire the imagination. In Herts, a key temple, land and the creation of a new town are all part of the story and legend

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May 2019

Once, the world knocked at its door, now the sleepy National Trust home of GB Shaw is being reinvigorated with a fresh programme of events this spring and summer for all ages and interests

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May 2019

Inventions and ideas fostered and created in Hertfordshire have helped shape our world. From engineering to food and cutting-edge science, the county has been at the forefront of change

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April 2019

Spring of 1349 in Hertfordshire came with a black cloud - a plague that would wipe out as much as half the population. It brought death but also major social change

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April 2019

From film and sport to construction and pharmaceuticals, discover who the richest Hertfordshire people are this year and just how they're faring in strange times

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Seventy years on from the publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four, Liz Hamilton walks in George Orwell's footsteps in the village that played a pivotal role in his life and works

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March 2019

Travel back in time to the good old days of Hertfordshire's past with these nostalgic archive videos

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Thinking of a new school for your child? Visit these great Hertfordshire schools and colleges for their open days

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