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Thousands of pounds worth of crops have been damaged after seven illegal hare coursing incidents in and around Saffron Walden over the last week.

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Criminal damage was caused to a blue Mercedes, parked at Cannons Mead, Stansted, between 4.30pm on February 5 and 9.55am on February 11. A 2ft long groove was made in the driver’s door.

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Blog: The Casual Father: Mum’s the word

Saturday, February 18, 2017

It’s taken the best part of 16 months, but Elizabeth has finally started saying “mummy”.

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Votes have been cast and the results are in for the Elsenham and Henham by-election yesterday (February 16).

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British Airways is launching a new year-round service between Stansted Airport and Milan.

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A near-death experience was front page news for the Reporter this time 30 years ago.

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Crunch time has come for the hopeful candidates running to be the next district councillors for Henham and Elsenham today (February 16).

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Cute dogs are helping to raise money for charity as part of a Valentine’s Day competition happening in Saffron Walden this week (February 17).

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Serious head injuries were inflicted on a man who was assaulted with a baseball bat or a lump of wood in Saffron Walden today (February 15).

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Essex Police has published a number of pictures of suspected stolen items in a bid to reunite them with their owners.

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A Saffron Walden action group has reignited its campaign to protect a historic town pub from being turned into housing.

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A former soldier from Thaxted is set to take on a 150-mile challenge across the Sahara Desert – known as the toughest foot race on earth.

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The Wimbish Military Wives Choir is looking for a new musical director to continue the group’s development.

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The treasurer of a Saffron Walden volunteer organisation who gave lifts to thousands of elderly people over 21 years has died.

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Children and staff at a Saffron Walden primary school raised money for charity last week by coming to school dressed in their favourite onesies.

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Two notices were removed from outside the victim’s house in Well Green Close, Saffron Walden, and were burnt on a small pile of charcoal next to the victim’s garden fence. No damage was caused to the fence. The incident between 5pm on February 3 and 4.30pm on February 4.

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Customers can vote now for the 2017 milk&more Milkman or Milkwoman of the Year. Four regional winners will each receive £250 of high street vouchers and the overall winner will receive an extra £750 of vouchers to spend on the high street.

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Land for new homes in Saffron Walden is being assessed by Uttlesford District Council.

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Maddi Thurgood is a teenager with a rare form of motor neurone disease. Scientists have said there could be a cure but her family needs to raise £112,000 to fund it.

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Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry has contributed to a new book on the Bardfield Artists – one of whom, Edward Bawden, lived in Saffron Walden towards the end of his life.

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A well-known expert from the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow will host a valuation day for members of the public in Stansted next month.

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A Stansted author has been shortlisted for a prestigious book award for her action romance novel which is set in deep space.

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A man swallowed 100 packages of cocaine in a bid to smuggle them into the UK through Stansted Airport.

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A nationwide campaign to get people out and about cleaning up their communities next month is being backed by Uttlesford District Council (UDC).

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More than £600 was raised for a mental health charity at the weekend after a Silent Disco event was held in Saffron Walden.

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Stansted Airport has followed a record-breaking year in 2016 by reporting its busiest-ever January.

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Families have moved into new council homes built by Uttlesford District Council at Mead Court, Stansted, officially opened on Friday, February 3.

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Following a packed meeting at Saffron Walden Town Hall last week (Thursday, February 2) where Essex Police and Crime Commissioner Roger Hirst addressed Uttlesford residents, we put a series of questions to him. Here are his responses.

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A council tax increase of two per cent is being proposed by Uttlesford District Council (UDC) in its budget for 2017-18.

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