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Unauthorised weekend work on multi-storey caused traffic gridlock

Unauthorised weekend work on multi-storey caused traffic gridlock

Unauthorised weekend work on multi-storey caused traffic gridlock

"We have reiterated to the developer their permit does not allow for weekend working and no future works should take place over a weekend."


Highway robbery: Harlow MP calls for cut in fuel duty as Stortford prices soar

Highway robbery: Harlow MP calls for cut in fuel duty as Stortford prices soar

Highway robbery: Harlow MP calls for cut in fuel duty as Stortford prices soar

Motorists reported the prices of regular unleaded and diesel at Tesco in Bishop's Park increased by 5p and 9p a litre respectively in one go.


Cable damaged by farm machinery cuts off power to 574 properties

Cable damaged by farm machinery cuts off power to 574 properties

Cable damaged by farm machinery cuts off power to 574 properties

The overhead line in Quendon was damaged at 8.11am and 153 customers had to wait until 2.45pm before their electricity was restored.


Ministry of Happiness showers Jackson Square shoppers with gifts

Ministry of Happiness showers Jackson Square shoppers with gifts

Ministry of Happiness showers Jackson Square shoppers with gifts

Yellow-clad characters surprised precinct shoppers by presenting them with flowers, badges, chocolates and socks and by even paying for purchases.


SAW highlights business travel 'worry' for Stansted Airport

SAW highlights business travel 'worry' for Stansted Airport

SAW highlights business travel 'worry' for Stansted Airport

Stansted Airport Watch (SAW) believes a lasting legacy of the Covid-19 pandemic will be continuing reliance on video meetings online.


Rosey Lea latest to win Mayor's Business of the Month Award

Rosey Lea latest to win Mayor's Business of the Month Award

Rosey Lea latest to win Mayor's Business of the Month Award

The Market Square café was nominated by Renee Friend for its service during lockdowns, employment of young people and support for local charities.


Council tax: Stortford band D households to get bills for £2,000 but £150 rebate

Council tax: Stortford band D households to get bills for £2,000 but £150 rebate

Council tax: Stortford band D households to get bills for £2,000 but £150 rebate

Government's £150 payment for households in four lowest council tax bands means Stortford band D families will pay 3.96% less, not 3.8% more.


Crumps Farm traders facing more disruption from road closures

Crumps Farm traders facing more disruption from road closures

Crumps Farm traders facing more disruption from road closures

The closure of West Road was a major blow - and they are facing more disruption this year.


Full list of supermarket foods being recalled over salmonella fears

Full list of supermarket foods being recalled over salmonella fears

Full list of supermarket foods being recalled over salmonella fears

Stores including Aldi, Tesco and Asda are recalling 16 mainly raw pastry or dough items over fears they might contain salmonella.


Drivers fined for rightfully using station car park for free drop-offs and pick-ups

Drivers fined for rightfully using station car park for free drop-offs and pick-ups

Drivers fined for rightfully using station car park for free drop-offs and pick-ups

One was fined for parking overnight when in fact he had picked up someone one night and dropped them off the following evening.


Schoolgirl sisters launch vegan map for Bishop's Stortford

Schoolgirl sisters launch vegan map for Bishop's Stortford

Schoolgirl sisters launch vegan map for Bishop's Stortford

Madi and Nancy Attfield recruiting town's restaurants, cafés and takeaways for their project to persuade more people to try a plant-based diet.


Former White Stuff building set to become new restaurant

Former White Stuff building set to become new restaurant

Former White Stuff building set to become new restaurant

Cem Camak, who is behind plans for a takeaway in Market Square, is seeking permission to convert premises next door to Roni's.


'Immediate and dramatic' spike in bookings for Stansted Airport airline

'Immediate and dramatic' spike in bookings for Stansted Airport airline

'Immediate and dramatic' spike in bookings for Stansted Airport airline

Covid travel rules change sparked 150% rise in demand for flights and holidays packages with Stansted's second largest operator, Jet 2.


Parking three-for-all! Causeway bays free from 3pm Tuesdays for three months

Parking three-for-all! Causeway bays free from 3pm Tuesdays for three months

Parking three-for-all! Causeway bays free from 3pm Tuesdays for three months

Bishop's Stortford BID, which supports traders, is funding spaces in the town centre car park every Tuesday afternoon until April.


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