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Two new constables will be joining the Uttlesford community policing team this year.

A man has been arrested in connection with a fatal crash on the M11 on Wednesday (January 16).

A nine-year old who set out to raise £30 with a sponsored swim for Cancer Research, has already raised £500 before he has even dived into the water.

Dunmow town councillors plan to meet with Uttlesford District Council (UDC) to address the uncertain future of the Dunmow Day Centre.

A lane closure which was put in place in Saffron Walden after a landslip is not expected to be lifted until next year.

If a business idea worked in the past, there’s every chance it’ll work again, says Peter Sharkey.

Councillors have agreed to commission an independent investigation into Uttlesford District Council’s handling of large planning applications - including the Stansted Airport planning application which was approved in November.

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Councillors have agreed to commission an independent investigation into Uttlesford District Council’s handling of large planning applications - including the Stansted Airport planning application which was approved in November.

Work on the 39,000 square metre terminal is due to start in spring 2019 and is scheduled for completion in autumn 2020.

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An unknown suspect threw a pole at a Mini Cooper parked in Ross Close in Saffron Walden on December 8, smashing the victim’s car windscreen.

Stansted Airport’s longest serving employee has done it all; from body searching a rock star to going to A&E for a tetanus jab after being bitten by a particularly hostile passenger, her job has never lacked for variety.

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Business

If a business idea worked in the past, there’s every chance it’ll work again, says Peter Sharkey.

The East Anglian-based Chestnut Group has added The Eight Bells in Saffron Walden to its portfolio of country inns.

Do companies do enough to keep their staff with workplace perks like pilates? Peter Sharkey investigates.

Uttlesford District Council (UDC) has loaned £7million to the company managing its investment in Chesterford Research Park, prompting concern about risk to the public purse.

Work on the 39,000 square metre terminal is due to start in spring 2019 and is scheduled for completion in autumn 2020.

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