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Almost 500 years of jail sentences were secured with the help of the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) across 2019.

Firefighters were called to Silver Street, Stansted around 8pm on Sunday, January 19, after reports of a car being on fire.

Essex County Council is not to blame for the carbon monoxide poisoning of nine college workers who were awarded more than £100,000 between them, an appeal has ruled.

Uttlesford District Council (UDC) is joining local authorities across Essex in the new 'Love Essex not plastic' campaign, encouraging residents to reduce their plastic footprint.

A vision for the future of Saffron Walden Business Improvement District (BID) has been set out with the help of members and local businesses.

Farmers took their soil into the church to be blessed. Blessings were made over vintage and modern ploughs, and the congregation heard about a bishop's childhood in India where he walked barefoot.

Members and supporters of the campaign group 'Save The Railway Arms Pub' (STRAP) have marked three years since the pub's closure.


Saffron Walden Town maintained their hold on top spot in the Essex Senior League with a 4-0 win over Woodford Town.

Saffron Walden's last game of the decade saw them go through to the second round of the Errington Challenge Cup after a tense 4-3 victory over Cockfosters on a lively but cold day at Catons Lane.

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The inexplicable return of Emperor Palpatine has stunned the surviving members of the resistance, who under the stewardship of General Leia Organa (The late Carrie Fisher) must now deal with this ominous new threat, as well as facing off against the evil First order.

For 40 years, Themen, a surgeon, combined practising orthopaedic surgery with a career in music.

That included backing up Joe Cocker on his classic breakthrough hit, With a Little Help from My Friends (which earned Art a princely £15.75).

Stephen K Amos will involve the audience in his comedy at Cambridge Junction on Friday, January 24.

Music Scores from the good, the bad and the epic are promised when Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra play film favourites at Saffron Hall.

Helen George hits just the right note in My Cousin Rachel to leave us wondering at the end whether she was, after all, a wronged woman.

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