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Apprenticeship Opportunities At Leading Defence Firm
The minister spoke to young trainees as part of a day spent at the missile systems developer and manufacturer's site in Filton, south Gloucestershire, during a visit coinciding with the conclusion of National Apprenticeship Week .
Ed Byrne brings Roaring Forties tour to St Albans and Hertford
For a self-confessed "miserable old git", comedian Ed Byrne must love touring as the Irishman is making another two visits to the county this month.
UK new towns have their own troubles
New towns and garden cities are having their time in the political sun . They have attracted interest from all three main parties, as a way of tackling Britain's escalating housing shortage and encouraging growth.
What The Papers Say - 21 February
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Labour to build four new towns in the south: Miliband unveils plans...
'Flawless' Meryl Davis and Charlie White skate their way into the history books with first EVER American gold in ice dance Is there no end in sight? THUNDERSNOW batters the Midwest as winter storm Rex gets set to hit the East Coast tomorrow morning North Korea is responsible for Nazi-like atrocities and its leaders should be tried for ... (more)
Postman Pat's new show in Stevenage
Children's TV favourite Postman Pat will be making an extra round in Stevenage next month, following the addition of a new show.
Musicians prepare to battle it out for the top spot in record label's competition
Sandy's George and the Giant Peach are on the bill, as are Ollie and Will, a popular acoustic duo from Sandy and Blunham.
Cambridge Evening News
Former soldier sentenced for fight at The Regal pub in Cambridge
Abraham Forrest, of The Glebe, Stevenage, pleaded guilty to punching Bradley Schwarz in the head at The Regal, in St Andrew's Street, on Saturday, January 25. The 50-year-old, who spent 22 years with the Scots Guards and served in the Falklands and Bosnia, was given a six-month community order with an unpaid work requirement at Cambridge ... (more)