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Investigations into Stortford bus sex attack continue after Dunmow man is questioned

Investigations into Stortford bus sex attack continue after Dunmow man is questioned

Investigations into Stortford bus sex attack continue after Dunmow man is questioned

14 March 2019

The female victim was using the 508 service from Bishop's Stortford to Harlow


Air traffic control review for skies over Stansted Airport

Air traffic control review for skies over Stansted Airport

Air traffic control review for skies over Stansted Airport

14 March 2019

In all, 82% of respondents agreed that aviation is important for the UK economy and 59% were in favour of an overhaul in the skies.


Community forums to get a say in new garden communities for Uttlesford

Community forums to get a say in new garden communities for Uttlesford

Community forums to get a say in new garden communities for Uttlesford

14 March 2019

The authority is including parish and town councils, small businesses, youth groups and those from the arts and culture sectors.


New app warns Stortford residents when air pollution levels rise

New app warns Stortford residents when air pollution levels rise

New app warns Stortford residents when air pollution levels rise

14 March 2019

East Herts Council has signed up to the initiative, which sends a text or email alert straight to a mobile phone


East Herts selects developer to realise its Old River Lane transformation vision

East Herts selects developer to realise its Old River Lane transformation vision

East Herts selects developer to realise its Old River Lane transformation vision

13 March 2019

Cllr Linda Haysey said: “We are now ready to appoint a developer to bring our vision for Old River Lane in Bishop’s Stortford to life."


Students at Birchwood High School organised a month-long programme of LGBTQ+ education

Students at Birchwood High School organised a month-long programme of LGBTQ+ education

Students at Birchwood High School organised a month-long programme of LGBTQ+ education

13 March 2019

This year Birchwood High School decided to pick up the rainbow flag and celebrate.


Fears for jobs at root of MP Mark Prisk's opposition to no-deal Brexit

Fears for jobs at root of MP Mark Prisk's opposition to no-deal Brexit

Fears for jobs at root of MP Mark Prisk's opposition to no-deal Brexit

13 March 2019

The Tory former business minister said he would back the so-called Malthouse Compromise when the Commons votes on the UK’s departure from the EU


Picture gallery: Rhodes revamps its bar with artefacts from museum

Picture gallery: Rhodes revamps its bar with artefacts from museum

Picture gallery: Rhodes revamps its bar with artefacts from museum

13 March 2019

The refurbished space at the arts complex reflects Stortford’s industrial history and showcases some of the museum exhibits


Delirium awareness day at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow

Delirium awareness day at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow

Delirium awareness day at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow

13 March 2019

Delirium - or acute confusional state - affects 10% of all patients admitted to hospital at some stage.


Police deploy crime-busting drones as no-fly zone is extended at Stansted

Police deploy crime-busting drones as no-fly zone is extended at Stansted

Police deploy crime-busting drones as no-fly zone is extended at Stansted

13 March 2019

The Essex force has been given unique permission to fly its drones in the prohibited area in order to fight crime


Tidy Up Bishop's Stortford Team collects 80 bags of rubbish in latest session

Tidy Up Bishop's Stortford Team collects 80 bags of rubbish in latest session

Tidy Up Bishop's Stortford Team collects 80 bags of rubbish in latest session

12 March 2019

The next two ‘clear-ups’ are on May 6, after Bish Bash, and May 11 at St Michael’s Mead.


Fallen tree in Sworder's Field is latest woe for train services

Fallen tree in Sworder's Field is latest woe for train services

Fallen tree in Sworder's Field is latest woe for train services

12 March 2019

The tree crashed onto overhead wires after two previous days of stoppages and delays.


Labour Party attacks Conservative council over 'perverse' planning at Pircio

Labour Party attacks Conservative council over 'perverse' planning at Pircio

Labour Party attacks Conservative council over 'perverse' planning at Pircio

12 March 2019

Spokesman David Jacobs said members believed district council decisions have “reached new heights of absurdity”.


Water company wants a flood of responses to consultation

Water company wants a flood of responses to consultation

Water company wants a flood of responses to consultation

11 March 2019

The utility provides around 900m litres of water each day to a population of more than 3.6m.


Police chief aims to cut knife crime with £280,000 project for Herts

Police chief aims to cut knife crime with £280,000 project for Herts

Police chief aims to cut knife crime with £280,000 project for Herts

10 March 2019

The scheme aims to safeguard 200 children and young adults at risk of being drawn into gang activity and other serious offending.


Resounding no to revised Bishop's Stortford South plans from town council

Resounding no to revised Bishop's Stortford South plans from town council

Resounding no to revised Bishop's Stortford South plans from town council

10 March 2019

As the committee prepared to vote unanimously to oppose the scheme, Cllr Diane Hollebon summed up their feelings: “No! No! No!”


East Herts Council appoints new chief executive

East Herts Council appoints new chief executive

East Herts Council appoints new chief executive

09 March 2019

Richard Cassidy will take the helm later this year – at a date yet to be confirmed – following the departure of Liz Watts


Travel writer to address Bishop's Stortford footpaths group's meeting

Travel writer to address Bishop's Stortford footpaths group's meeting

Travel writer to address Bishop's Stortford footpaths group's meeting

08 March 2019

Phoebe Taplin has written guidebooks to areas of the UK – including two about the local Harcamlow Way – and overseas


Council claims residents of three new 'garden communities' in Uttlesford will use sustainable transport

Council claims residents of three new 'garden communities' in Uttlesford will use sustainable transport

Council claims residents of three new 'garden communities' in Uttlesford will use sustainable transport

07 March 2019

Uttlesford says schools, medical and leisure facilities, transport links and shops will be created alongside the construction of new homes


Join the town's tidy-up crew for a clean sweep of Dunmow Road

Join the town's tidy-up crew for a clean sweep of Dunmow Road

Join the town's tidy-up crew for a clean sweep of Dunmow Road

07 March 2019

Meet at Bishop’s Stortford Football Club on Saturday morning


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