Steve Lord, 63, was riding his motorbike when he was hit by a car driven by Daniel Tilley, 37, of Harlow, who is to be sentenced by a judge
Genmar IT boss Garry Moore says: "Many businesses we work with treat IT as some sort of necessary evil... like dodgy relatives or Brexit"
Richard Barnett was cricket club president and involved in the church, gardening club, village hall committee and a volunteer at Hatfield Forest
Ella Nicholls, a Herts and Essex High School student, writes about a simple change we can all implement to help reduce our carbon footprint
2019's Earth Overshoot Day – the date by which we used the resources our planet can generate in a year – was July 29. In 1970 it was December 29.
At least 9 miles of queuing motorists stranded for 6 hours after southbound crash a mile from junction 7 exit for Harlow
Melissa Matthews says that letting areas grow wild encourages the pollinators we depend on for fertilising 75% of the crops we eat
Louise Tennekoon, who writes the GreenWatch column for the Indie, has been looking into just how green the Goods Yard development is
Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, is a 40-year-old mother of two from Elsenham who writes for the Indie about living with stage 4 cancer
The Indie's GreenWatch correspondent, Louise Tennekoon, writes about the global environment from a local perspective
The Sawbridgeworth secondary school's LevFest combines the annual sports day and a summer festival of live music and performances
Louise Tennekoon, a Bishop's Stortford stay-at-home mum with 20 years' experience of working in sustainability, writes about all things green
Composer Jonathan Rathbone was delighted with Bishop’s Stortford Choral Society’s performance of his summery piece on the hottest day of the year
Indie columnist Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, who writes about living with stage 4 cancer, on how she motivated a Sawbridgeworth mum to act
Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, a 39-year-old mum from Elsenham, writes for the Indie about living with stage 3 bowel cancer and stage 4 lung cancer
Polly Bloom wonders why 'gorgeous' show at Rhodes was not full of groups organised by local dance schools for their students to be inspired
MD Garry Moore wants to rally the community to help those who don't 'do the internet' to see the benefits of being online
A landmark 1,000th club appearance is on the horizon, yet retirement is the last thing on sprightly striker Jamie Cureton’s mind.
Olivia Vandyk on a wonderful performance at Rhodes Arts Complex in Bishop's Stortford that’s faithful to a childhood favourite
Irishman Karl Begley was abusive to cabin crew on Alicante-Belfast flight