April 21 2014 Latest news:
Linton Zoo has welcomed its first Easter chicks ... three adorable Turkmenian eagle owlets.
Comedian Ed Byrne dived into a yellow zorb to draw the winning ticket for the St Clare Spring Raffle, which has raised a record-breaking £32,251.
The 834th High Sheriff of Essex has taken up post – and will now focus attention on raise money for voluntary and community organisations across the county.
A well-known impersonator of comedy legend Tommy Cooper will be ‘thanking’ the people of Saffron Walden in advance of their support of his latest fundraiser ... just like that.
Waitrose in Saffron Walden has donated a cheque for £531 to a charity launched in memory of a County High student.
‘Safety first’ is the message being promoted by the region’s ambulance service ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend, to help prevent an increase in ambulance demand.
A cacophony of symphonies will ring out at Thaxted Parish Church next month.
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Tour de France general director Christian Prudhomme visited County Hall this afternoon as part of a tour de Essex.
A man who swallowed packages containing cocaine worth more than £400,000 in an attempt to smuggle them into the UK has been jailed for five years.
Bloods first team manager Colin Wallington is to step down at the end of the season.