Police find gun and ammunition hidden in woodland

Police recovered a hidden gun and ammunition from woodland after a member of the public spotted what they believed to be a buried firearm. Police were called at around 1pm on Monday, July 10, to woodland off Rousebarn Lane, Croxley Green, after

Cancer survivor wins place at top American university

Having been diagnosed with cancer at the age of thirteen, Liberty Martin was determined to use her experience with the disease to motivate her and push her forward. In 2013 she took on the Young Reporter challenge and forged ahead to win top re

Morning weather and travel round-up

Morning weather and travel round-up (From Harrow Times)We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising.Learn more about cookiesOK  Stock image.Get the latest local news

Sink hole found in East Sheen

A “small sink hole” was found in East Sheen yesterday (August 21). Richmond Council officers inspected the hole in Somerton Avenue and have placed a covering and cones around it. According to the council: “We have asked Thames Water to

Shobdon team completes gruelling national Three Peaks Challenge in memory of colleague

A GROUP of marathon hill walkers from Shobdon raised more than £3,5000 for St Michael's Hospice – despite having their weekend charity event challenged by severe weather. Colin Payne, former managing director of Shobdon-based Craven Grain Lt

Conservative councillor resigns from his post

A Conservative councillor has resigned from his post – although the reasons behind his decision are not yet clear. Ty Harris, who represented the Oxhey Hall and Hayling ward at Three Rivers District Council, informed his colleagues of his dec

The driving test is changing in December 2017: Here's what you need to know

Changes are being made to the driving test, with emphasis on technology and realistic driving situations. The government’s Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) says the changes will make the test a better assessment of a candidate’s a

Where and how to see today's solar eclipse

A partial solar eclipse will be visible across the UK just before sunset today as the moon appears to take a "bite" out of the sun. The phenomenon will last roughly 40 minutes, with the mid-point occurring at different times around the countr

St Mary's University scores in the top 10 for student satisfaction

St Mary’s University climbed 20 places to sit amongst London’s top ten for overall satisfaction. Students at the university rated their overall experience at 85% which was ahead of sector average and almost half of the University’s progra

Minor injuries sustained in crash on Belmont Road

Minor injuries sustained in crash on A465 Belmont Road near Asda in Hereford (From Hereford Times)We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising.Learn more about cookiesOK  An ambula

A snapshot of life in Watford in August 1982

Plead for store A thousand people have signed a petition urging Tesco not to close its shop in St Albans Road, Watford, on October 2. In the space of two days 700 customers put their names to a Save Our Store petition at the shop. Mrs Pat Ellis

Former resident and TV legend Bruce Forsyth dies, aged 89

National treasure and local legend Sir Bruce Forsyth died aged 89 last night. The performer who started his showbiz career at 14 formerly lived in Drakes Drive off of the London Road in St Albans before moving to Stanmore. The Edmonton-born

Annual celebration of Herefordshire artists returns

Herefordshire art week, h.Art is sweet sixteen this year and the pink signs are blooming by the county's roadsides. As in previous years, the event offers exclusive access to artists’ studios, workshops and special exhibitions, allowing visit

Watford to host inter-city maths challenge

Watford will play host to the county’s first ever MathsJam next week. A MathsJam is an evening where people who like maths, or at least some aspects of it, meet in a pub to tackle puzzles, do card tricks, construct shapes from paper and gener

Man jailed for carrying hunting knife in public

A Croydon man has been jailed for four months for carrying a hunting knife in public. Twenty-year-old Kassim Green of St James Road pleaded guilty on Thursday, August 17 at Wimbledon Magistrate's Court to carrying the hunting knife through Wand