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For Peter Sharkey, an informative journey on the East Anglian Express was a good chance for a financial chat.

The Government has decided not to ‘call in’ Stansted Airport’s planning application to increase passenger numbers, which was approved by Uttlesford District Council last year.

The temporary closure of a celebrated Little Dunmow restaurant, which is the only venue in Essex with a Michelin star, has cost the business thousands of pounds, the proprietors have said.

Emirates has announced the launch of a second daily flight from Dubai to Stansted Airport.

Tim Allen’s Flitch of Bacon Inn in Little Dunmow is closed until further notice due to “electrical issues”.

Often when speaking about digital I get asked the question “Do I really need a website? Can’t I just use Google listings and Facebook?” My answer is always the same and almost always unpopular.

New research has revealed that there are now more than 1000 ISA millionaires in Britain, says Peter Sharkey.

Values and identity will be celebrated at this year’s Uttlesford Business Awards with a new prize.

Aviation minister Liz Sugg met with young female students at Stansted Airport College ahead of International Women’s Day to see some of the work London Stansted Airport does to encourage girls into aviation careers.

A Stansted care home has celebrated its ‘outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) by inviting the local community to enjoy a party.

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Friday, March 1, 2019

Saving with an ISA needn’t be complicated, says Peter Sharkey – in fact, it’s as easy as ABC.

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Monday, February 25, 2019

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Friday, February 15, 2019

Investing in uncertain times can pay longer-term dividends, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.

Finance columnist Peter Sharkey on why investing needn’t be too complicated.

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Friday, February 1, 2019

Having your investments actively managed can pay dividends, says financial expert Pete Sharkey

The longest serving therapist at a salon in Dunmow has won a national award.

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Friday, January 25, 2019

Older homeowners have a solution for credit card quandary, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey.

Being an air traffic controller at the country’s third busiest airport is like solving a giant puzzle – but despite the rumours, it’s not as stressful as you might think.

If a business idea worked in the past, there’s every chance it’ll work again, says Peter Sharkey.

Do companies do enough to keep their staff with workplace perks like pilates? Peter Sharkey investigates.

Uttlesford District Council (UDC) has loaned £7million to the company managing its investment in Chesterford Research Park, prompting concern about risk to the public purse.

Work on the 39,000 square metre terminal is due to start in spring 2019 and is scheduled for completion in autumn 2020.

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Friday, January 4, 2019

Gold’s appeal remains undimmed in 2019, says finance expert Peter Sharkey

A Dunmow tour operator has won an international award, beating more than 30 competitors.

Calculating your ‘Number’ makes enormous financial sense says Peter Sharkey.

The world’s first pension scheme was developed in Scotland, Peter Sharkey explains.

Stansted Airport College was officially opened at a ceremony on Thursday, led by Robert Halfon MP, Chair of the Education Select Committee.

The results of a survey which could shape the future of Dunmow market will be released in January, it has been announced.

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