A campaign launched today (Tuesday September 22) to encourage and support Essex residents to get moving and get healthy, to prevent serious illness from a second wave of coronavirus.
Great Dunmow Primary School has received a Music Mark, having been nominated for the award by Essex Music Hub.
A senior Essex county councillor says he “regrets” that the government did not predict a surge in testing that was “quite predictable”.
Roisin Murphy from Dunmow has received £50 from Jack Petchey’s Community Awards, for raising neighbourhood spirits during lockdown.
A coordinated effort is needed to prevent people who rely on cash from being excluded, the National Audit Office believes.
Several people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 following a flight from Greece to Stansted Airport.
Fighter jets were scrambled to escort a Ryanair flight into Stansted Airport after a potential security incident onboard.
Protestors unfurled a banner at Stansted airport which read “easy option taken” following the announcement that easyJet is closing its base there at the end of this month, with the loss of 220 jobs.
The Uttlesford district commander for Essex Police shares her thoughts on policing in Uttlesford for August
Amid speculations that Croatia and Greece could join UK’s quarantine list, here are the countries that you can travel to without the need to quarantine as of August 17.
The UK’s first Electric Forecourt is being built at Great Notley and is expected to open in November.
Saffron Walden constituency MP Kemi Badenoch has called on employers to sign up to the new Kickstart scheme and help young people into work.
A collection of artworks by Great Bardfield artist Edward Bawden (1903-1989) will be sold by Sworders auctioneers in Stansted next month.
A Dunmow beauty salon has launched a spin on the Government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme.