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Action was taken by Essex Police in 49 cases of dangerous driving after more than 100 videos were submitted during the first month of the ‘Extra Eyes’ campaign, which encouraged road users to send clips showing illegal or dangerous behaviour.

Recent talks from sports stars and bestselling authors have encouraged pupils to strive for excellence.

A district councillor has been removed from her position as chairman of the standards committee following comments on national radio about the alleged sexual harassment at the Presidents Club dinner last month.

A music student from Great Dunmow has composed the score for the film of the Addenbrooke’s Hospital annual Charity Fashion Show.

Saffron Walden Museum is raising funds to acquire part of a hoard of gold coins that was hidden in a piano.

Stansted News

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Firefighters from Great Dunmow helped to release an injured motorist following a collision near Stansted Airport on Tuesday.

Proposals to build a new A120 dual carriageway between Braintree and the A12 in Essex have received an enthusiastic welcome from almost 100 businesses from across the area.

Proposals to build a new A120 dual carriageway between Braintree and the A12 in Essex have received an enthusiastic welcome from almost 100 businesses from across the area.

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss visited Stansted Airport today to highlight the importance of exports to the UK economy and to hear about the airport’s multi-million pound expansion plans.

London Stansted Airport has confirmed it busiest ever calendar year, despite a dip in numbers during December following the cancellation of hundreds of flights by its biggest operator, Ryanair.

Business

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Two brothers from Wenden who run an artisan chocolate shop in Saffron Walden have secured their first order with London department store Fortnum and Mason.

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss visited Stansted Airport today to highlight the importance of exports to the UK economy and to hear about the airport’s multi-million pound expansion plans.

The Dunmow company, Multitech has joined international engineering group SDIPTECH, based in Stockholm.

London Stansted Airport has confirmed it busiest ever calendar year, despite a dip in numbers during December following the cancellation of hundreds of flights by its biggest operator, Ryanair.

A teacher who has taught at primary, secondary, further eduction and adult level and then became an Ofsted inspector and is currently an advisor for schools in East Anglia had been awarded an MBE for services to education.

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