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Birchanger is the first Uttlesford village to benefit from a countywide roll-out of ultrafast fibre broadband.

Elderly residents who rely on public transport could be left ‘high and dry’ by the closure of the Saffron Building Society branch in Great Dunmow, a customer has claimed.

A debut novelist who has written a book about four female scientists inventing a time travel machine, and an occupational psychologist who has documented decades of work supporting junior doctors, are giving talks at Hart’s Books in Saffron Walden.

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Friday, April 5, 2019

There are few barriers to making a simple ISA investment, says Peter Sharkey.

Premier Inn bosses expect Saffron Walden’s new 70-bedroom hotel and restaurant to be open for guests and diners by summer 2020, the Reporter can reveal.

JD Wetherspoon is set to open a brand new bar at its Stansted Airport pub.

A new £40million serviced office complex and expanded headquarters for housebuilder Weston Group is to be built in Stansted.

The Three Horseshoes in Helions Bumpstead has joined the growing number of community-owned pubs in the region after being saved from closure by villagers.

The co-owner and Michelin star chef at a Little Dunmow restaurant has revealed it is “heartbreaking” to let his customers down, after he took the decision to temporarily shut the celebrated eatery.

A budget airline has folded just three days before moving into London Stansted.

The mayor of Saffron Walden was invited to officially reopen Starbucks on Saturday.

A bus campaigner has accused Essex County Council of “distorting competition” between two retailers in Saffron Walden by providing a “useless” bus service to one of the stores.

For Peter Sharkey, an informative journey on the East Anglian Express was a good chance for a financial chat.

A campaign group hoping to open Saffron Walden’s first community pub have highlighted the establishments already lost to the town in the last 40 years to persuade residents to back the return of an “old-fashioned interactive pub scene”.

Cambridgeshire County Council has raised concerns over plans to triple the size of the Wellcome Genome Campus in Hinxton.

Campaign group Stop Stansted Expansion (SSE) will commence legal proceedings to challenge the Government’s decision not to ‘call in’ a planning application to increase passenger numbers at Stansted Airport, which was approved by Uttlesford District Council (UDC) last year.

Radleys in Saffron Walden celebrated the opening of its new glassblowing facility on Saturday with a morning of demonstrations, live music and a barbecue breakfast.

A Saffron Walden couple are celebrating opening their first café after starting their venture with a bright blue van they bought on eBay four years ago.

The temporary closure of a celebrated Little Dunmow restaurant, which is the only venue in Essex with a Michelin star, has cost the business thousands of pounds, the proprietors have said.

Emirates has announced the launch of a second daily flight from Dubai to Stansted Airport.

Tim Allen’s Flitch of Bacon Inn in Little Dunmow is closed until further notice due to “electrical issues”.

Often when speaking about digital I get asked the question “Do I really need a website? Can’t I just use Google listings and Facebook?” My answer is always the same and almost always unpopular.

New research has revealed that there are now more than 1000 ISA millionaires in Britain, says Peter Sharkey.

Values and identity will be celebrated at this year’s Uttlesford Business Awards with a new prize.

Aviation minister Liz Sugg met with young female students at Stansted Airport College ahead of International Women’s Day to see some of the work London Stansted Airport does to encourage girls into aviation careers.

A Stansted care home has celebrated its ‘outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) by inviting the local community to enjoy a party.

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Greater Anglia has returned with fresh proposals to extend the car park at Audley End Station.

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