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Police are appealing for witnesses after a car failed to stop at the scene of an accident at a roundabout near Stansted Airport.

The chief constable of Essex Police says austerity remains the force’s biggest challenge and insists the last eight years in policing have been “the toughest since wartime”.

Leisure airline Jet2.com has unveiled plans for a major expansion at Stansted – just week after launching its first flights from the airport.

A Great Dunmow barn, which sells furniture and decorative arts, is opening its doors to host a series of art and craft classes for the first time.

Teacher Heidi Shubrook from High Roding finished her first London marathon in four hours, 27 minutes and raised more than £1,600 for research into childhood cancers – inspired by a pupil at her school.

What's On

Having postponed their gig at the Junction in December last year due to the lead singer Davy Carton undergoing a minor throat operation, there was great anticipation for the return of The Saw Doctors to Cambridge on April 24.

This is an enchanting evening. English Touring Opera’s Patience is fizzing, buzzing, funny all the way through and delightful. It’s a confection of perfection.

Set in a time of war, Tosca is a melodrama. It is high Victorian theatre, if you can call the Italian Puccini a Victorian.

How do you create a comedy about a third of the country living below the poverty line while three quarters of MPs are millionaires? It’s a tough one, but for the most part funny man Jonny Donahoe and guitarist Paddy Gervers succeed.

Sport

Two Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners claimed new club records at Sunday’s Virgin Money London Marathon.

When Marc Das took charge of Takeley ahead of this season he immediately targetted silverware; on Easter Monday he could achieve that goal.

Dunmow Rhodes Lions U15s have secured the league title following a 13th straight win at the weekend.

Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club’s masters were in fine form as they competed in the Essex Masters 2017 Championships.

Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners’ James Bosher won the Little Bromley 10km road race on Sunday breaking a club record in the process.

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