Berkhamsted Today

Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

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Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

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Clearning snow, what are the rules?

Can you get sued for clearing snow and ice from your paths and driveways? Expert advice

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VIDEO: Shooting stars due to provide one of most dazzling displays ever this week

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Ice warning issued by Met Office for Tuesday morning as motorists warned to be prepared for big freeze

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Ice and snow warning further extended across the region today by Met Office

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Police issue warning to public over fake banknotes this Christmas

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Aldi recall

Aldi recalls food product because it could contain small pieces of hard plastic

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Baby Rockit Apples from Marks and Spencer

M&S slammed over “irresponsible” plastic apple packaging

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Cricket

Ashes column: Dull Ashes as drama is off-wicket

Sport
Hemel Town's home debutant Spencer McCall helped to set up the Tudors second goal on Saturday but then had to go with with a suspected dead leg.

Tudors hammer bottom side Whitehawk 5-0 to move into sixth spot

Football
Former WBC light heavyweight champion John Conteh visited Hemel Hempstad Boxing Club on Friday night.

Proud evening for boxing club as legend Conteh makes a visit

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Stella Whitlum (number 682) showed her class with a career-best finish of 11th in the U13 girls race in Luton. (Picture by Gary Mitchell)

Kristian puts in dominant display as young squad perform well in Luton

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Incredible medal tally for Rush Judo at the BJA national champs

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Big hitter Alford wins December medal while Tong finishes strong

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It’s goals galore as Berko teams hit the heights this weekend

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Riders’ three-pointers prove to be difference

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Peter Kay UK tour CANCELLED including 17 shows in London, instructions issued on ticket refunds

Theatre and Comedy

Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

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Cast of Sleeping Beauty at Grove Theatre, Dunstable: from left, back, Rebecca Keatley (Fairy Moonbeam), Will Kenning (Nurse Nellie), Ian Jones (Jangles) and Sally Lindsay (Carabosse); front from left, Jemma Carlisle (Sleeping Beauty) and John Partridge (Prince Charming). Picture by Paul Clapp, Limelight Studios

REVIEW: Sleeping Beauty at Grove Theatre, Dunstable

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Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

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Naturalist Russell Hedley explains how recognise edible fungi

Travel: An autumn wildlife adventure in Lakeland

Lifestyle

Rewind to the future: cassettes could be the new vinyl

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