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Hummus be joking! UK in meltdown over dip shortage

Fans of the popular dip hummus have been hit by the news supplies are at critical levels.

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Men who tell sexist or homophobic jokes suffer from low self esteem

Men who tell sexist or homophobic jokes suffer from low self esteem

Men who make sexist and homophobic jokes suffer low self-esteem and are trying to boost their manliness, a study has found.

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Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

The notorious hospital super bug C. diff could be spread through contaminated food, a new study warned.

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FARMING MATTERS: Award time of the year

There are annual awards in many industries and agriculture is no exception.

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Kieran Lindars came out on top again in the Berkhamsted Triathlon

Hundreds cheer on competitors in another triumphant Berkhamsted Triathlon

Hundreds of people cheered on competitors in the third Berkhamsted Triathlon – with organisers hailing it yet another success.

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Get career tips at Tring Jobs Show

Get career tips at Tring Jobs Show

Tring Jobs Show will take place at The Victoria Hall in Akeman Street on Saturday (May 6).

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Number of vehicle thefts in Hertfordshire double compared to last year

The number of vehicle thefts have doubled compared to this time last year, according to new crime figures from Hertfordshire Police.

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The community wardens are now equipped with body worn video cameras when on patrol

Hertfordshire taxi firm refused to take booking from passenger who had an assistance dog

A taxi firm who refused to take a booking from a passenger with a guide dog has been ordered to pay out more than £900.

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Getaway car driven off with boot still open after Hemel Hempstead burglary

Did you see a black Audi being driven with its boot open in the Cupid Green Lane area on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 4?

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Paul Dennison, from Flamstead, wore the purple colours associated with the Hospice of St Francis  including a striking skirt!

Meet the Dacorum residents who raised thousands at the London Marathon

More than 40,000 people put on their running boots to raise money for a good cause at the London Marathon on Sunday.
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Residents baffled at ban on using lofts

Residents baffled at ban on using lofts

Council house and flat tenants have said they are bewildered after being told they can no longer use their lofts.

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56 interlinked chambers of colour and light in purpose built structure is on its way at Waddesdon Manor

56 interlinked chambers of colour and light in purpose built structure is on its way at Waddesdon Manor

Back by popular demand, Colourscape will return to Waddesdon for a fourth year this summer half-term.

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Volunteers from CAMRA helped staff the event, pouring out 2,000 pints of beer, ale and cider across the weekend

It’s all hail to the ale at successful Berkhamsted Beer Festival

More than 2,000 pints of beer, ale and cider were downed at a festival celebrating the best of local booze.

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Secret service veteran denies Hemel Hempstead spy story

Prepare to have your hearts broken, fans of film royalty - Sir Roger Moore has announced that he never lived in Hemel Hempstead.

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McDonald’s will roll out its new UK home delivery service this summer

Hold onto your hats fast food lovers - you will soon to be able to have your Big Mac and McFlurry delivered straight to your front door.

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Gade Valley Harriers' London Marathon runners

Harriers’ team rises to marathon challenge in style

At the end of many months of hard, dedicated training a team of 19 Gade Valley Harriers took to the streets of the capital on Sunday to take on the ultimate challenge of the London Marathon.

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Berkhamsted library is moving next door

New chapter for Berkhamsted as library opening date revealed

Berkhamsted’s new library in the High Street will open on Tuesday May 9.

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One third of Brits have sleepless nights worrying about debt

One third of Brits have sleepless nights worrying about debt

A new survey has revealed that 93 per cent of us believe the UK has an issue with arrears, with a quarter of Brits agreeing that debt is now just a part of everyday life.

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Jay Hutton, Alice Perrin and Steven Porter of E4's Tattoo Fixers

E4’s Tattoo Fixers looking for ink disasters in Hemel

Do you have an embarrassing tattoo? Well you could be in luck as TV channel E4’s Tattoo Fixers are looking for people from Hemel to appear on the show.

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Millions of Brits no longer using a pen

Millions of Brits no longer using a pen

Millions of Brits are no longer using a PEN- with a third admitting they barely write anymore, according to new research.

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