None of the major parties plan to force a by-election to contest the late Lynne Sparks’ council seat, according to the group leaders for Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
Tributes have been pouring in after the tragic death of much-loved mayor and councillor Lynne Sparks.
Opposition leaders have attacked Welwyn Hatfield Council’s budget, arguing that “people expect decent standards and they’re not getting them”.
Welwyn Hatfield’s MP has officially launched a campaign to increase the healthcare services available in the borough.
A whistle-blower has claimed that there is a “culture” among Welwyn Hatfield councillors of parking for free while not on council business.
With the presents all opened, the helpings of turkey sinking in, and the holiday disappearing, you may need some inspiration to be able to face up to the prospect of 2018.
Welwyn Hatfield’s MP has explained why he voted against a Brexit bill amendment that provided Parliament with a legal vote on the final deal.
Welwyn Hatfield’s constituency could grow by over three and a half thousand people and take on two new wards in a proposed boundary change.
Hatfield residents have aired fears of a ploy to introduce parking charges after the £6million multi-storey car park plans were unveiled.
Five thousand people have signed a petition to save Cuffley Camp Outdoor Centre as Hertfordshire County Council decides whether to close it.
Hatfield residents are calling for an iconic statue to be moved back to the town centre after the council announced its latest £1.2million plans to revitalise the area.
Welwyn Hatfield’s Labour group has warned that the Universal Credit scheme will cripple hundreds of vulnerable people if its roll-out is not postponed.
Fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) are casino-style machines that accept low-stakes bets to play games such as roulette, and have been criticised for their addictive potential.
A Hatfield Labour councillor is recovering in hospital after a motorcycle accident on the A414.
Welwyn Hatfield critics have blasted the Conservative government for its self-preservation deal with Ulster unionists.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has been blasted for still failing to use streaming equipment at its council chamber nearly a year after its unveiling.
The prospect of a General Election in less than two months has caught Labour without a parliamentary candidate in Welwyn Hatfield.
The new garden waste collection charge could lengthen dangerously long queues at Welwyn Hatfield’s hard-pressed waste dump, according to worried critics.
US air strikes on Syria are not justified and could make the country’s brutal six-year civil war even worse, according to Welwyn Hatfield critics.