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Giraffe, the popular family friendly high street brand, has landed at Stansted Airport for the first time today following the opening of its new restaurant in the international departure lounge - one of many new and exciting tastes joining the menu at Stansted as part of the £80million transformation to improve services and facilities for passengers.

Firefighters were called to the blaze on the High Street, Saffron Walden.

A woman was taken to hospital after she was cut loose from an overturned vehicle this morning (Friday).

Cllr Howard Rolfe, leader of Uttlesford District Council.

Uttlesford Tories last night (Thursday) forced through a three per cent council tax cut – dismissing a rebate proposal by the Liberal Democrats which they branded a “gimmick”.

Felsted School pupils have made it to the final of a business competition backed by Coca Cola.

Four Year 10 pupils have won through to the final of the Coca Cola Real Business Challenge.

Motorists are being urged to stick to the limit as new figures reveal almost 66,000 drivers were caught speeding in Essex last year.


There was a dream England U18 debut for Felsted School’s Max Malins as he scored a try in the 21-5 victory over France last Sunday.

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Takeley’s long wait for three points has finally come to an end.

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Josh Boreham struck one of Dunmow Rhodes Tigers U12s goals of the season as they booked their place in the Blackwater and Dengie League Cup semi-final.

Dunmow Kyokushinkai Karate chief instructor Shihan Andrew Turner with students Kayley Morris, Luke Stubbs and Amber Morris

Three Dunmow Kyokushinkai Karate students have been selected to represent Great Britain in the World Tournament which is being held in Greece in March.


Sam Duberry hit four goals to help Dunmow Rhodes Lions U16s secure their place in the Blackwater & Dengie League Division Two Cup final.

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A structured history of bras – as well as a more intimate understanding of undergarments – awaits those who attend a talk by ‘The Knicker Lady’ this Spring.

Luke Kempner in The Only Way is Downton

Reality TV collides with period drama Downton Abbey in this brilliant new parody coming to Bishop’s Stortford.

Katherine Jenkins OBE. Picture: CHLOE MALLET

Fans of singing sensation Katherine Jenkins are being offered the chance to meet the star when she brings her 21-date UK tour to Cambridge.

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