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Stansted Airport boss raps Government for Covid test costs

Stansted Airport boss raps Government for Covid test costs

Stansted Airport boss raps Government for Covid test costs

22 September 2021

Charlie Cornish: "As long as vaccinated travellers have to pay for tests, the recovery of one of the UK's major industries will be held back."


Daniel Robinson's £44,000 golf day gives cerebral palsy children hope

Daniel Robinson's £44,000 golf day gives cerebral palsy children hope

Daniel Robinson's £44,000 golf day gives cerebral palsy children hope

22 September 2021

34 teams of 136 golfers raised £44,272 to pay for specialist private physio and equipment to help six youngsters lead more independent lives.


Stansted Airport boss urges Government to scrap traffic light system

Stansted Airport boss urges Government to scrap traffic light system

Stansted Airport boss urges Government to scrap traffic light system

15 September 2021

The hub served just over 2.18 million passengers in June to August compared with nearly 8.3 million over the same quarter in 2019.


New business lined up for former Lathams store in Stortford

New business lined up for former Lathams store in Stortford

New business lined up for former Lathams store in Stortford

10 September 2021

Interior designer James Ford is transforming North Street premises into flagship of his business, Fordes Home.


ITVET staff give up Saturday morning to tidy streets of Stortford

ITVET staff give up Saturday morning to tidy streets of Stortford

ITVET staff give up Saturday morning to tidy streets of Stortford

09 September 2021

Starting from their head office in London Road, a team targeted the railway station, bus interchange, high street and Sworder's Field.


Campaigners call for ban on Stansted Airport night flights

Campaigners call for ban on Stansted Airport night flights

Campaigners call for ban on Stansted Airport night flights

08 September 2021

The Government is consulting on its plans to continue to allow an average of 37 flights a night – between 11.30pm and 6am – until 2025.


MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

07 September 2021

The company is promising broadband speeds 20 times faster than the local average, with a mean download rate of 1,130Mbps.


Managers build awards success at St Michael's Hurst and Stortford Fields

Managers build awards success at St Michael's Hurst and Stortford Fields

Managers build awards success at St Michael's Hurst and Stortford Fields

07 September 2021

Anthony Stone, of Countryside New Homes and Communities Eastern, and Marcus Martin, of Taylor Wimpey North Thames recognised with Quality Awards


Vegan junk food business Veg Heads opens new branch at Eat 17

Vegan junk food business Veg Heads opens new branch at Eat 17

Vegan junk food business Veg Heads opens new branch at Eat 17

06 September 2021

Matt Prior began his business on town's market, opened permanent base in Hertford and is back with Stortford's first "exclusively vegan" eatery.


Stortford town centre traders struggling with staff shortages

Stortford town centre traders struggling with staff shortages

Stortford town centre traders struggling with staff shortages

06 September 2021

BID manager Gina Thomas is working with Kickstart, the town's charity which supports the unemployed, to match vacancies with job seekers.


Former Birchwood and Hockerill student gets new freelancer website launched

Former Birchwood and Hockerill student gets new freelancer website launched

Former Birchwood and Hockerill student gets new freelancer website launched

06 September 2021

Karl Swanepoel has successfully launched his online business which matches talented freelancers with start-ups seeking digital services


'The under-investment in broadband network is to blame for slow speeds'

'The under-investment in broadband network is to blame for slow speeds'

'The under-investment in broadband network is to blame for slow speeds'

05 September 2021

Genmar IT managing director Garry Moore on the UK's under-investment in broadband, crytocurrencies bouncing back and Olympics-themed passwords


Stowe Family Law expands by branching out into Bishop's Stortford

Stowe Family Law expands by branching out into Bishop's Stortford

Stowe Family Law expands by branching out into Bishop's Stortford

04 September 2021

UK's largest specialist family law firm opens office in Hockerill Street after increase in number and complexity of new enquiries following pandemic


Snap up last stands for Bishop's Stortford Means Business' 20th anniversary

Snap up last stands for Bishop's Stortford Means Business' 20th anniversary

Snap up last stands for Bishop's Stortford Means Business' 20th anniversary

03 September 2021

The exhibition, which was first held in 2001, returns to South Mill Arts on Wednesday October 20 after being cancelled last year.


Upstairs downstairs: Second shop gives Kathryn chance to shine

Upstairs downstairs: Second shop gives Kathryn chance to shine

Upstairs downstairs: Second shop gives Kathryn chance to shine

02 September 2021

Fashion Flooring and Interiors has expanded into the former Cancer Research shop which was devastated by fire in July 2018.


Dani Dyer drops into Sawbo shop for TV antiques programme

Dani Dyer drops into Sawbo shop for TV antiques programme

Dani Dyer drops into Sawbo shop for TV antiques programme

30 August 2021

The Love Island winner and daughter of EastEnders and The Wall star Danny Dyer visited Antiques & Chic for Celebrity Antiques Road Trip.


Stansted boss: 'Govt must overhaul traffic light system immediately'

Stansted boss: 'Govt must overhaul traffic light system immediately'

Stansted boss: 'Govt must overhaul traffic light system immediately'

27 August 2021

MAG chief executive Charlie Cornish accuses Government of "squandering the advantage of our world-leading vaccination programme".


Linden House due to reopen under new management

Linden House due to reopen under new management

Linden House due to reopen under new management

26 August 2021

News comes too late for wedding couple who'd booked venue for their reception but were unable to contact the restaurant to finalise plans.


Council go-ahead for Beer Shop to open branch next to Wheatsheaf pub

Council go-ahead for Beer Shop to open branch next to Wheatsheaf pub

Council go-ahead for Beer Shop to open branch next to Wheatsheaf pub

24 August 2021

Ex-fitness studio to become nano-brewery selling speciality bottles, cans and beer from tap from 10am to 10pm with bar for up to 50 drinkers.


Couple grab a window of opportunity in booming Sawbo

Couple grab a window of opportunity in booming Sawbo

Couple grab a window of opportunity in booming Sawbo

23 August 2021

The Open Window Company is owned by Simon and Shelley Dunster, who the mayor said would be a great asset to Sawbridgeworth.


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