11 hrs ago
Lingerie and coffee cups cleared from A41
Lingerie and coffee cups made up part of the 11 tonnes of rubbish and litter that was picked up from the A41 last week.
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15 hrs ago
The Bourne Gutter is back - but does this 'woe water' mean catastrophe lies ahead?
A rarely-sighted stream has re-emerged for the second time in two years - and folklore suggests this is a very bad omen.
19 hrs ago
Amazon sets out its case in the face of 'living wage' pressure
Online retailer Amazon has come under fire again for the way it treats employees - and this time campaigners want the firm to adopt a 'living wage' for workers.
Application submitted to widen lane for golf course expansion
An application to widen a Bovingdon lane has been submitted in order to make a major development of a golf course possible.
published Mevagissey fundraiser John Hooper dies
John Hooper, a former parish councillor and a father of two, died at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro on February 23 after a short illness.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
From Russia with love: Sad strays rescued from eastern Europe now in need of loving homes
An animal-lover from Dacorum has rescued three traumatised dogs from the state which ordered a cull of strays ahead of the Winter Olympics.
Good news for homeless centre struggling to stay afloat as Dacorum...
A vital day centre facility for Dacorum's homeless which was threatened with closure earlier this year has received another welcome funding boost.
Sinkhole latest: ANOTHER cavity found beneath Hemel Hempstead housing ...
Truckloads of foamed concrete are being sent, again, to the Oatridge Gardens development, where there are 24 flats and 24 houses.
Get yourself into gear and volunteer to help keep Dacorum's community cars service on the road
For someone who is elderly or less-mobile, getting about can be a daily struggle - and using public transport can become nigh-on impossible.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Major employer Gist voices traffic fears over 357 homes plan for...
A warehouse and transport firm that employs around 800 people in Hemel Hempstead has warned may be forced to move out if traffic issues are not dealt with as part of plans for 357 new homes nearby.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Step out in Hemel Hempstead for a healthy walk this morning, and every Monday
Walk this way - Herts County Council's Countryside Management Service is offering a new First Steps walk in Hemel Hempstead's Gadebridge Park, as part of its popular Health Walks programme in Dacorum.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Alice and Mike team up to call for entries from Hemel Hempstead fim-makers and musicians
No-nonsense Hemel Hempstead MP Mike Penning and outrageous rock legend Alice Cooper might not seem to have much in common - but they've teamed up to urge entries to a parliamentary project offering local musicians and film-makers a real leg-up in their careers.
Full council agrees to set aside A 40k to fix Dacorum's street...
A proposal for more council cash to be set aside for a blitz on refurbishing worn out street signs was approved but extra spending to ease parking woes will have to wait.
Dacorum bucks Council Tax freeze
The county council, which manages schools and social care, fire and rescue and maintenance of 3,000 miles of roads, announced its fifth freeze in a row at a meeting on Tuesday.
A flat run as a notorious drug den for several years has been claimed back at last by council housing chiefs.
See you on Tuesday if you want to boost prospects: business group...
Small business owners and sole traders in the Dacorum area are being invited to an open meeting of a networking group that could increase profits and referrals.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Don't miss out on the chance to show off what you have to offer as we move into awards season
Dacorum Borough Council is proud to be supporting local businesses by sponsoring categories at two local awards ceremonies in the coming months.
Receive text alerts for Dacorum waste collections
Current rubbish and recycling collections in Dacorum are set to be overhauled in an attempt to make the system simpler for residents.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Could you help pupils smarten up their CVs?
Business and community link organisation Connect Dacorum is setting up a pilot project with Hemel Hempstead's Longdean School to help students at the campus in Rumballs Road, Bennetts End, develop their employability skills.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Nash Mills chalk mines work comes to an end but there's another hole to fill
Work to fill chalk mines in Hemel Hempstead with foam concrete was completed just days before the sinkhole in Adeyfield appeared.