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CCTV has been released by police after an arson attack which caused damage costing a six-figure sum to repair at a business park in Birchanger.

The mother of a victim of paedophile hospital doctor Myles Bradbury says her son has been left “suicidal” following the abuse.

More schools in the region - mainly in Essex - have been affected by the snow and ice, with dozens remaining closed for the day,

As at least one school in the area – Matching Green Primary – announces it will be closed tomorrow, we look at the “impossible” task headteachers face in deciding whether to close their school due to snow.

As the first true snow of winter falls across Saffron Walden, Dunmow and the rest of Uttlesford, we want to share your pictures of fun in the cold stuff.

Snow is expected to fall in Suffolk and Essex over the weekend - see the latest forecast here.

A man was taken to hospital yesterday with a suspected broken leg following a crash in Great Hallingbury, near Stansted Airport.

Sport

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its review of the 2017 Formula 1 season, Lewis Hamilton’s record-breaking effort and dishes out its end of year awards.

Saffron Walden Judo Club’s Jasmine Anderson enjoyed a silver lining at her first British Championships in Sheffield.

Saffron Walden PSG youngsters celebrated three wins out of three in their latest S-Tech Cambridgeshire Women & Girls’ League outings at the weekend.

Saffron Walden head to Old Priorians on Saturday, having lost to fellow London One North strugglers Letchworth Garden City last weekend.

Saffron Walden Town saw their hopes of promotion hit by defeat in windy Cambridgeshire on Wednesday.

What's On

Scottish director Armando Iannucci brings us this Soviet satire detailing the final days of Russian dictator Joseph Stalin and the subsequent scramble for power after his death.

Marvel’s god of thunder returns for his third solo outing, this time teaming with the Incredible Hulk, as he attempts to prevent Ragnarok the end of all things.

After a break of four years, live music concerts are returning to Audley End House and tickets for the first in the series are on sale now.

Asked for her favourite part of the pantomime, one of the children invited up onto the stage got a laugh from the audience when she said: “The beginning”.

Gardening expert, Barbara Segall was at Harts Books in Saffron Walden on Wednesday, December 6, talking about her new book, Secret Gardens of East Anglia.

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