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Family-run vineyard Saffron Grange in Little Walden is celebrating after receiving two medals for English Sparkling Wine.

Stansted’s Kings Arms pub has undergone a dramatic transformation after a £592,000 revamp from owner Punch.

Water company Affinity has achieved an industry-leading leakage performance, cutting the problem by 15 percent and beating their five year leakage target in the process.

Kemi Badenoch MP shares her views on Dunmow businesses, a new eating out scheme and the potential of job losses at easyJet at Stansted Airport.

East Anglian vineyards are toasting a vintage performance at a national awards event.

A state-of-the-art centre in Braintree will manufacture millions of doses of Covid-19 vaccine.

A company which makes specialist disinfectant products suitable for hospitals saw a huge rise in sales at the height of the coronavirus outbreak.

We catch up with some of the places taking part in a Government initiative to boost the economy during August through the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.

Steve Griffiths, currently London Stansted Airport’s Chief Operating Officer, has been appointed to the role of managing director.

Around 70 workers at a banana suppliers based in north Essex face an anxious time after the company went into administration.

Looking for a great Sunday roast? Try these in Dunmow and surrounding villages.

A campaign group has expressed delight at the news that their offer to buy The Railway Arms Pub has been accepted.

Saffron Walden Town Council has been unsuccessful in protecting a pub’s land from future housing development, a full council meeting has heard.

Two men who were arrested on suspicion of making threats to endanger an aircraft have been released from bail without charge.

Government figures show how many workers have been furloughed and what percentage they make up of the working population.

A collective energy switching campaign to help Essex residents reduce their gas and electricity bills has helped 1,644 households and saved them an average of £258.

Retailer Laura Ashley has announced it is going into administration with dozens of job losses and stores across Essex holding closing down sales - including Saffron Walden.

Seventy-one more businesses have received a share of £317,000 in grants from Braintree District Council.

Essex Police are appealing for information after someone stole Henry and Hetty vacuum cleaners worth thousands of pounds from the back of a vehicle – while the driver was asleep in the cab of the lorry.

London Stansted airport’s CEO has said they will appeal after being refused planning permission to increase the current cap on passenger numbers from 35 to 43 million a year.

Two Dunmow businesses still shut by coronavirus restrictions say they are angry at MPs laughing at Prime Minister’s Questions

I was very pleased to see shops and businesses across the constituency in Great Dunmow and surrounding towns and villages re-open following the easing of restrictions.

High street pharmacy giant Boots has announced more than 4,000 staff will lose their jobs and dozens of UK stores will close, prompting fears from Stansted and Saffron Walden councillors.

Inaccurate endowment policy forecasts have caused problems for millions, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

Businesses have made changes to welcome customers back safely after lockdown eased

The first weekend out of lockdown has been a success in Great Dunmow, Rachael Clark of Great Dunmow Town Team has said.

Great Dunmow Town Council mayor Mike Coleman was among the officials welcoming businesses and customers back to the town.

Essex County Council (ECC) has announced when it will reopen its libraries.

A 168-bedroom Hampton by Hilton hotel at the Imperial War Museum (IWM), Duxford has been given planning approval by South Cambridgeshire District Council’s planning committee on Thursday, June 25.

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