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12 January 2013 A 72-year-old man and a 57-year-old woman have been found dead inside a house, police said today. Hertfordshire Police were called to an address on Great Cambridge Road in Cheshunt by the ambulance service around 6.30pm yesterday.
Wiktoria was a back seat passenger when her family's VW Polo was hit by another car that was being pursued by police through south east London. She was pronounced dead at the scene on Ilderton Road close to Millwall Football Club on Sunday evening.
Laura Trott street party approved using 1847 law Trott won the women's team pursuit and the omnium A Victorian act of parliament has been used to give speedy permission to the family of Olympic cyclist Laura Trott to hold a street party in her honour.
News International pays £30m to end printing contract with Johnston Press Sun publisher denies decision to bring printing in-house is due to falling sales and News of the World closure The first copies of the Sun on Sunday roll off the presses at
He should be compensated and 'The Big Man' should prosecuted for assault. Conner, Colchester, UK, 13/12/2011 10:37 Click to rate Rating (0) Whist it is nice to see a member of the public helping out like this, it could quite easily have ended
This was despite the public sector strike action which might have been expected to bolster Tory support in such an area. The party's slump in Wandsworth was mirrored in the the only other contest at Cheshunt Central, Broxbourne Borough, Hertfordshire.
Households throwing away more waste will have to take it to the tip or buy a limited number of extra bags. The scheme is already in use with one council, is being introduced by another and is under consideration by up to 180 more. Rationed rubbish:
A terminally ill cancer sufferer and grandfather has expressed his shock and dismay after the thug that attacked him has escaped jail, being allowed to walk free. Reece Kent, a 19 year old, punched Ken Oliver in the face and then kicked
Police were hunting for a pair of teenage boys today after two concrete slabs were thrown from a bridge on to a lorry in what officers branded a "reckless act". The slabs were thrown from the bridge over the A10 in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, at about 5.
As the Wapping exodus moves closer, will its journalists ever go back? Is News International planning to leave Wapping behind for ever? There is growing speculation by staff within the plant that a temporary move into an adjacent set of buildings