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While the legacy of the Tour de France has seen more people getting on their bikes, promotion of the sport is lagging behind, it has been argued.

Great Dunmow Fire Station Open Day. Saturday 27th June 2015 Target practise

Children were able to fight their own fires with real water at Dunmow Fire Station Open Day on Saturday (June 27).

Three men were released without charge after being arrested on suspicion of people trafficking and immigration offences following a crash on the M11 on Saturday (July 4).

DUN 27 Sarah's Cakes

Well that takes the biscuit. Baker Sarah Gearing has won the Most Popular Cakes in Essex Award two years running for her artful creations and been ranked fourth world-wide.

SWS 27 Linton Leavers Ball

Students at Linton Village College arrived at their Leavers’ Ball in glorious attire and curious contraptions.

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Children were able to fight their own fires with real water at Dunmow Fire Station Open Day on Saturday (June 27).

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The banning of night flights at Heathrow, suggested by the Davies Commission which has recommended a third runway at Heathrow rather than a second one at Stansted could still have “sinister” implications for the Essex airport, says Saffron Walden MP, Sir Alan Haselhurst.

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Employment Minister Priti Patel, centre, visited the Airport’s Employment and Training Academy to talk to graduates, apprentices and former jobseekers.

A new education centre at Stansted Airport was visited by Employment Minister Priti Patel on Monday, 15 June, to see how it is boosting employment opportunities.

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The renewed proposal for a second runway at Stansted Airport by Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, has been dismissed as “quite eccentric” by Sir Alan Hazelhurst the Conservative MP for Saffron Walden.

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Michelle Obama arrives at Stansted Airport with daughters Sasha and Malia

Michelle Obama arrived at Stansted Airport this evening (Monday) to promote the Let Girls Learn initiative in the UK following recent visits to Japan and Cambodia.

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