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A magistrate from Saffron Walden has been announced as one of five new Deputy Lieutenants for Essex.

A proposal to build new sports facilities at Carver Barracks is closer to becoming a reality after a part-funding promise from Uttlesford District Council.

Cyclists taking part in this year’s London Edinburgh London event will pass through Uttlesford on their way to the finish line.

The newly-elected MP for Saffron Walden has given her maiden speech in the House of Commons.

A paramedic for the East of England Ambulance Service has been suspended for six months on grounds of misconduct for failing to provide the correct care to a patient whose heart had stopped.

A Hatfield Broad Oak business is celebrating after being dubbed ‘the one to watch’ at the inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards.

The first scheduled service between Stansted Airport and the United States for nine years is to be launched next April.

Stansted News

Yesterday, 09:23
Andrew Cowan

The first scheduled service between Stansted Airport and the United States for nine years is to be launched next April.

Stansted Airport has been honoured for its work in helping young people to find work.

Commuters are being told to expect residual delays between Bishops Stortford and Stansted Airport this morning, after a fallen tree damaged overhead electric wires.

Stortford

New night flight rules at Stansted Airport do not go far enough to tackle the impact on sleep disturbance for residents, according to a campaign group.

Stansted

Noisy night flights from Stansted Airport will be tackled in a new crackdown, a government minister has pledged.

Business

Yesterday, 15:00

A Hatfield Broad Oak business is celebrating after being dubbed ‘the one to watch’ at the inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards.

The first scheduled service between Stansted Airport and the United States for nine years is to be launched next April.

Stansted Airport has been honoured for its work in helping young people to find work.

Furious parents and creditors, owed thousands in fees paid in advance and unpaid bills for supplies, have accused Walden School of “moral fraud” and deception.

Noisy night flights from Stansted Airport will be tackled in a new crackdown, a government minister has pledged.

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