The owner of a restaurant in Stansted Mountfitchet which received a hygiene rating of one earlier this year but is displaying an earlier rating of four, has said the inspector came at an ‘unfortunate’ time and that they had since appealed the decision on the lower rating.
The chief of police in Uttlesford has said he is ‘personally disappointed’ to see the recent spike in thefts from and of vehicles in the district and confirmed he would be putting additional patrols in place.
An Indian restaurant in Saffron Walden had its business Facebook account hacked last week and false information about the restaurant’s hygiene rating was posted, costing the business thousands of pounds in lost trade.
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 charity dinner last month.
It involved Interpol, quick-action from police officers in southern Ireland and more than 35,000 shares on Facebook – but eight months after a Dunmow electrician had his van broken into, some of his stolen tools have been returned.