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Police in Essex have pleaded with a missing teenager from Frinton to get in touch and “let us know you are OK”.

A bottle of Jamesons’ whiskey was stolen along with £800 in cash from a building in Cambridge Road, Stansted between 11pm on Friday, March 17 and 11am the following morning.

In 2016 the average house price in Uttlesford was almost ten times the average salary in the district, making it an increasingly difficult area for first time buyers to find a home and once more throwing a spotlight on housing need.

Family problems cause the deepest upset for farmers, according to Essex farm chaplain Janet Nicholls.

Dozens of ex-teachers are returning to their calling following a successful campaign to tackle staffing shortages across Essex schools.

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This stage adaptation of Fellini’s 1954 film, La Strada (The Road) is beautiful, brutal, breathtaking and balletic.

Hacksaw Ridge sees Mel Gibson return to the director’s chair for the first time in a decade with this World War Two movie based on true events.

Here are our top tips for weekend events. Audley End is open free to it neighbours. Cambridge Science Festival continues with a range of free events. For a full list, see: www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk

The world’s longest running Abba tribute show, Thank You for the Music, will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday, April 22.

Uncle Funk and the Boogie Wonderband will be at Rhodes Arts Centre on Saturday, April 1 for a night of glittering disco and foolery on April Fool’s Day.

Sport

Dunmow Rhodes Panthers U12s have reached the Division Two League Cup final.

Dunmow Rhodes Lions under-18s produced a good team display to edge past Notley Youth in their latest Blackwater & Dengie League Division One outing.

Dunmow motor racing star Alex Lynn has added his name to a list which includes such greats as Sir Sterling Moss and John Surtees by triumphing in the Sebring 12 Hours endurance race in America.

Takeley claimed their 21st Essex Senior League victory of the season by beating Enfield 1893 6-1 on Saturday.

Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners saw their four-man team finish in eighth place at the Essex Road Runners’ relay event in Harwich on Saturday.

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