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Ambulances have been head butted, kicked, and had blue lights ripped off in shocking acts of vandalism on the emergency vehicles - sometimes while crews have been trying to treat patients.

The results of a survey which could shape the future of Dunmow market will be released in January, it has been announced.

The number of hours Dunmow library is open could reduce by more than a half under proposals put forward by Essex County Council (ECC).

Madness will play an outdoor concert at Newmarket Racecourses next summer.

This week, Peter Sharkey looks at why thousands of people are using lifetime mortgages to buy a home in the sun.

Enchanted Audley End is casting a new light on the gardens of the historic property this month.

Taxpayers have been warned they could be facing a £24 Council Tax bill increase to pay for policing in Essex.

Sport

Saffron Walden under-16s ran out convincing 55-23 winners at Eton Manor at the weekend.

Saffron Striders began the new cross-country league season with a fantastic first place for their women at Bishop’s Stortford.

Saffron Walden Town bounced back from their big defeat against Billericay Town to east past Ilford on Saturday.

Saffron Walden Town return to Essex Senior League action this weekend after crashing out of the Essex Senior Cup in midweek.

Saffron Walden were edged out by London Two North East leaders Woodford 22-19 in their last home game of 2018.

What's On

Madness will play an outdoor concert at Newmarket Racecourses next summer.

It’s a recipe as old as time: mix in catchy tunes with dedicated, madcap performances and a dame who loves a cheeky Tinder scroll and what do you get? A joyful and smart Christmas pantomime.

Chart-topping drum and bass band Rudimental will be appearing at Newmarket Nights next summer.

If you want to chase away those Brexit Blues and immerse yourself in some Christmas spirit, get down to the Cambridge Arts Theatre for its seasonal pantomime. Aladdin.

British director Steve McQueen returns with this tale of four women who take matters into their own hands when they are left in debt by their husbands criminal activities.

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