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A former PE teacher has lost more than nine-and-a-half stone and raised thousands for charity by running in memory of his brothers.

Two people were tied up and threatened with a knife after masked raiders forced their way into a house in Newport.

Two primary schools have been forced to close today (November 14) because of a burst water main in Widdington.

When eight-year-old primary school pupil Annabell Leach discovered her Christmas play was going to be postponed, she decided to take it up with the man she held responsible.... Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Metal sheets for roofing have been provided for victims of the earthquake in Nepal.

A charity car wash at Newport fire station will raise funds for a boy in Newport who has neuroblastoma - a rare form of cancer.

Stansted News

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

A Little Easton estate which dates back hundreds of years could be given an upgrade, after a planning application was lodged with Uttlesford District Council (UDC).

A group dedicated to tackling 'fly-parking' by people who don't want to pay to park at Stansted Airport has been set up by Uttlesford District Council (UDC).

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New electric vehicle charging points have been installed in the car park at Saffron Walden Common.

Saffron Walden

Stansted Airport celebrated its first long-haul flight to India last week, as Air India launched its new regular service to Amritsar.

Stansted

In a 1935 edition of a community magazine, an unknown author declared Molehill Green to be 'Happiness Village'.

Business

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

A Little Easton estate which dates back hundreds of years could be given an upgrade, after a planning application was lodged with Uttlesford District Council (UDC).

A plea from traders in Saffron Walden to postpone road closures planned for the weeks leading up to Christmas has been approved by Essex County Council.

A Chinese restaurant - which had surrendered its premises licence following suspected immigration offences - has been granted a new licence by Uttlesford District Council (UDC).

An application for the redevelopment of the Railway Arms Pub in Saffron Walden has been refused by Uttlesford District Council.

Saffron Walden Business Improvement District (BID) has hit out at Essex County Council (ECC), after proposals to close the town's High Street during the busy Christmas shopping period were revealed.

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