Crime novelist Amanda Campbell was unaware the audio rights to her first book had been sold - now she has secured all her works in audio versions.
Eight couples took to the dance floor at South Mill Arts on Sunday to recreate the hit BBC1 TV show in aid of anti-slavery charity Hope for Justice.
Paul Davies, 47, will now appear before Chelmsford Crown Court on July 11 for sentencing having admitted five charges relating to hundreds of videos.
Despite drainage repairs the busy route still regularly floods and Essex Highways has been asked to look again at solving the problem.
Teas and cakes, stalls and music will entertain visitors to the farm on the outskirts of Bishop's Stortford on Thursday June 23.
Four-legged friends took the lead in the fun obstacle course challenge at Elms Farm, raising £77,000 for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
After two years in the making, the dance spectacular based on the popular BBC TV show comes to the stage at South Mill Arts Centre on Sunday.
Nick O'Sullivan raised almost £5,000 cycling from London to Cambridge for a charity that provides education for the poorest children in rural Kashmir.
Member of the public scratched on the neck while helping security guard to detain Sainsbury's shoplifter.
Karen Adams' work has brought her global acclaim, but she was delighted to be asked to exhibit in Manuden, where she grew up.
Ex-Manuden and Stansted parish councillor Angela Khalil has dedicated decades of voluntary service to the British Red Cross, inspired by her father.
Sainsbury's shopper realised at checkout her handbag had been unzipped and other victim believes purse was stolen when passer-by knocked into her.
Residents of the St John's Road area enjoyed live music, a hog roast, children's games and tombolas for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Officers visited Jackson Square, Grange Paddocks and Tesco to conduct patrols, install new signs, hand out leaflets and speak to drivers.
It was the highlight of four days of village celebrations that began with a beacon lighting on Thursday and ended with street parties on Sunday.
The afternoon party was organised by Thorn Grove Primary School for pupils and their families and special guests from the Welbeloved Club.
Stansted Parish Council says it has a duty to "protect everyone from potential and actual abuse" and to act on any concerns
Punch Pubs will invest in refurbishment of The Bull if it gets planning permission for six bungalows in a field behind pub's beer garden.
Greater Anglia employee Michael King has transformed the ticket offices at Stansted and Sawbridgeworth railway stations.
Village festivities get under way with beacon lighting ceremony on Recreation Ground on Thursday followed by community picnic on Saturday.