The UK government is launching new measures to lower energy costs and provide cheaper deals, with the energy price cap decreasing by £238 from April. This marks the lowest energy costs since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Long-term plans include £10 million for innovative technologies and tariffs, a smart meter repair or replacement scheme, and a push for flexible tariffs to ensure affordability. Over half of British homes use smart meters for savings, and future projects involve carbon capture, hydrogen, nuclear technologies, and wind energy investments.
The “Deepening the Mystery” art exhibition opens in March, showcasing modern interpretations of biblical themes during Lent and Easter.
The official opening of the new, modern Watford Police Station today along with the Minister Chris Philp, Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, the Chief Constable and colleagues.
In the lead up to Valentine’s Day, the findings support expert advice on improving your sex life, intimacy and relationship.
Within just a few hours of the brutal stabbing on the bus driver, detectives had identified the evil suspect as Bradley Peek
New measures to support electric vehicle drivers from the Government’s Plan for Drivers have launched today.
Since joining to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register in 2019, 5,500 nursing associates are working in the NHS as it marks the five-year anniversary.
Council leader has set out our position in response to the government’s planning changes.
Dean Russell 2023 was incredibly busy year for his team, in Parliament and in Watford.
Herts Police are “extremely concerned” and have searched Woods, Golf Clubs, Parks near Watford M25.