September 20 2014 Latest news:
Photography students will showcase their experiences of a visit to Kenya in a series of snaps due to go on display at an exhibition.
Historic Second World War aircraft and the Red Arrows were among aircraft gracing the skies above Duxford as families turned out in their droves for a commemorative air show.
A festival of dance, music and even karate demonstrations will entertain the crowds at the Great Dunmow Carnival on Saturday.
A man has been charged following an assault in Braintree which left the victim with a broken jaw.
A former employee of Uttlesford District Council is reported to be the man who shot his daughter in an East Sussex village before killing himself.
Building blocks seized by border officials at Stansted Airport last month have now been confirmed as counterfeit toys, worth £18,000, and destroyed.
Two months on from Saffron Walden, Uttlesford and Essex hosting the Tour de France a BBC One programme will ask whether councils in the area are doing enough to ensure a meaningful legacy from the Tour.
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