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Date of last review: 27 April 2016

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Roman mosaic uncovered


A 1,800-year-old Roman mosaic is to go on public view for only the second time since it was discovered 80 years ago.

Recycling Rise


The proportion of waste recycled in the St Albans District rose last year in defiance of national trends.

Housing put forward as option for former Radlett Aerodrome site


Last night, Cabinet heard that a developer has expressed interest in creating a 2,000 home village on the former Radlett aerodrome site to owner Hertfordshire County Council.

Plans for Harpenden leisure and cultural facilities


Plans to upgrade Harpenden’s leisure and arts facilities are being drawn up by St Albans City and District Council, a Cabinet meeting heard last night.

Business scheme goes to a vote


Companies in St Albans City Centre are set to be balloted this autumn on an ambitious plan to turn the area into a Business Improvement District (BID).

Changing and toilet facility for disabled people


A much-needed public changing and toilet facility for disabled people was officially opened in St Albans City centre on Tuesday 19 July by the Mayor.

Wonderful women celebrated at Verulamium Museum


An exhibition about ‘Hertfordshire’s Hidden Heroines’ will be celebrating the achievements of remarkable women from across the county this August at Verulamium Museum.

Voting for Food and Drink Festival awards


Voting has opened for the St Albans and Harpenden Food and Drink Festival awards – with residents having served up more than 400 nominations.

Home-Start moves into Civic Centre


Home-Start Hertfordshire – a charity that supports families with children aged 12 and under - has opened its new St Albans office.

Sinkhole progress


Utilities can be fully restored and the road repaired at the St Albans sinkhole site after ground surveys showed another catastrophic collapse in the area is unlikely.

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