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Ambulances have been head butted, kicked, and had blue lights ripped off in shocking acts of vandalism on the emergency vehicles - sometimes while crews have been trying to treat patients.

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Madness will play an outdoor concert at Newmarket Racecourses next summer.

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The results of a survey which could shape the future of Dunmow market will be released in January, it has been announced.

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The number of hours Dunmow library is open could reduce by more than a half under proposals put forward by Essex County Council (ECC).

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This week, Peter Sharkey looks at why thousands of people are using lifetime mortgages to buy a home in the sun.

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Enchanted Audley End is casting a new light on the gardens of the historic property this month.

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Taxpayers have been warned they could be facing a £24 Council Tax bill increase to pay for policing in Essex.

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The Friends of Littlebury Playground held their annual village Christmas party on Sunday.

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Kemi Badenoch, MP for Saffron Walden, says she will be supporting Theresa May in Wednesday night’s vote on her leadership.

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A Newport woman whose foot became trapped in a pallet has praised firefighters who stayed with her for six hours while she waited for an ambulance.

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New figures from Essex County Council (ECC) reveal its spending and contribution to mental health services for children and teenagers has been cut by hundreds of thousands of pounds.

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Essex Police have arrested 91 people in the first nine days of their Christmas anti-drink and drug driving campaign.

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Content has become one of those buzz wordy sounding things that it is trendy to bash, marketers can be very quick to channel their inner hipster in this way. Content marketing could be cast as crusty and old fashioned in the light of more technical, data driven ‘new age’ marketing techniques, but maybe all it needs is a bit of a polish.

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Legally-owned guns are being targeted and stolen from rural homes across Essex, a police chief has said.

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A former Grade II listed five bedroom medieval hall house in Newport, dating back to the 16th century, with reputed links to the notable diarist, Samuel Pepys, has gone on the market.

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Great Dunmow Rotary Club raised more than £1,250 to help end polio by dining on a frugal slice of bread and soup at Dunmow restaurant on October 25.

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A group of people who breached Stansted Airport’s security fence before chaining themselves together in front of a plane were convicted today (December 10).

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Police are appealing for witnesses after two wrought iron owl statues were stolen from a home in Manuden last week.

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Dunmow was transformed into Bethlehem on Sunday (December 9) when a nativity, organised by St Mary’s Church, took place.

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A 93-year-old has been left “very distressed” after burglars broke into their home in Saffron Walden and stole sentimental jewellery.

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A Dunmow man who was part of a gang which committed more than 200 burglaries - including some in Essex - during an 11-month crime spree has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.

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Two mums from Saffron Walden - Tori May and Ana Hayter - have started a company which brings women together to relax by eating waffles and drinking wine.

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East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is looking forward to a magical evening of carols at its Christmas service in Saffron Walden.

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Chart-topping drum and bass band Rudimental will be appearing at Newmarket Nights next summer.

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A cash injection has been given to the region’s ambulance service as part of £1bn of funding announced by the government.

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A new campaign group has been set up in Saffron Walden to tackle climate change and they will be at the town’s market on Saturday to raise awareness of their work.

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Universal credit is putting people in “impossible situations”, the chief executive of Uttlesford Citizens Advice Hub says.

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Two in five cancer patients in the UK said their disease was diagnosed as something different, including a woman from Elsenham whose bowel cancer was misdiagnosed for two years.

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Great Dunmow Round Table will be collecting goods for Braintree Foodbank this December.

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