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Yesterday, 11:50

Two men have been arrested on suspicion on making threats to endanger an aircraft which was diverted to Stansted Airport on Monday, July 13 at around 6.40pm.

Essex Police are appealing for information after someone stole Henry and Hetty vacuum cleaners worth thousands of pounds from the back of a vehicle – while the driver was asleep in the cab of the lorry.

Newport’s Joyce Frankland Academy has been allocated a share of Government funding to improve their school.

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London Stansted airport’s CEO has said they will appeal after being refused planning permission to increase the current cap on passenger numbers from 35 to 43 million a year.

Work has finally started on the Olympic-standard sports complex at Carver Barracks in Wimbish. It is hoped it will be ready for use in the late autumn.

An outline planning application to build three houses in a farmer’s field in Great Sampford has roused strong feelings.

Stansted News

Yesterday, 11:50

Two men have been arrested on suspicion on making threats to endanger an aircraft which was diverted to Stansted Airport on Monday, July 13 at around 6.40pm.

London Stansted airport’s CEO has said they will appeal after being refused planning permission to increase the current cap on passenger numbers from 35 to 43 million a year.

A Stansted councillor has celebrated 25 years at Stansted Parish Council and 18 years at Uttlesford District Council - and has shared his thoughts on local politics, past and present, with its highlights and its challenges.

Business

Yesterday, 10:59

Essex Police are appealing for information after someone stole Henry and Hetty vacuum cleaners worth thousands of pounds from the back of a vehicle – while the driver was asleep in the cab of the lorry.

London Stansted airport’s CEO has said they will appeal after being refused planning permission to increase the current cap on passenger numbers from 35 to 43 million a year.

CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, has urged residents support pubs now lockdown has eased.

High street pharmacy giant Boots has announced more than 4,000 staff will lose their jobs and dozens of UK stores will close, prompting fears from Stansted and Saffron Walden councillors.

Inaccurate endowment policy forecasts have caused problems for millions, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

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