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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Officers investigating a burglary in Dunmow have issued an e-fit image of a man they would like to trace.

The winners of this year's Uttlesford Business Awards were revealed at a glitzy ceremony held last night (Thursday).

A new club is being launched in Chrishall, in response to the number of green-fingered residents and enthusiasm for gardening in the village.

A police investigation into a possible illegal burial in Saffron Walden concluded that "no offences" took place.

Essex Police have cordoned off a cemetery in Saffron Walden amid investigations into a possible "illegal burial".

A petition has been handed to Dunmow Town Council, arguing against possible plans to clear a "wildlife haven" near the town's recreation ground.

A Dunmow coach firm celebrated 70 years of the wheels going round and round at an open day.

Stansted News

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Campaigners fighting Stansted airport expansion plans have accused its supporters - which include business and tourism bodies - of orchestrating 'project fear'.

The East of England 'cannot afford' to block Stansted airport's expansion plans with Brexit looming, a big-hitting business lobby group has warned.

Two days before D-Day, on June 4, 1944, an American bomber plane carrying six men crashed into farmland just after taking off from Stansted Airport, then known as Royal Air Force Stansted Mountfitchet.

Stansted Airport boss Ken O'Toole is hopeful that under Boris Johnson's Government, plans to reduce the Stansted Express journey time to 30 minutes or less can progress.

Volunteers from Stansted Airport spruced up the Gardens of Easton Lodge on August 8.

Stansted

Business

Friday, September 13, 2019

The winners of this year's Uttlesford Business Awards were revealed at a glitzy ceremony held last night (Thursday).

A Dunmow coach firm celebrated 70 years of the wheels going round and round at an open day.

Campaigners fighting Stansted airport expansion plans have accused its supporters - which include business and tourism bodies - of orchestrating 'project fear'.

The East of England 'cannot afford' to block Stansted airport's expansion plans with Brexit looming, a big-hitting business lobby group has warned.

Stansted Airport boss Ken O'Toole is hopeful that under Boris Johnson's Government, plans to reduce the Stansted Express journey time to 30 minutes or less can progress.

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