Data illustrates difficulties faced by the NHS when follow-on care packages are not ready to support the sick and elderly in the community.
The bottles of French fizz were taken from the Majestic Wine warehouse in South Road on Saturday October 28.
Trained volunteers from the community make regular unannounced visits to cells to check on the wellbeing of detainees.
Andrew Thorne, 26, of Great Chesterford, started fires in wheelie bins, dog waste bins and at bus shelters around Saffron Walden.
The burglary happened at a property in Honeymeade, by the main A1184 Harlow Road, on Monday October 16.
Arnie, a three-year-old rescue dog, fled from his owners’ car after it was involved in a crash and was last seen near the Audley End estate.
Dog walker saw young victims looking dejected and decided to go after their phone robbers as they were not armed and he had his Dobermann with him.
Town council cash covers Christmas taxi marshals at railway station rank while BID part-funds ID scanners at licensed premises.
Golf World Stansted has 50 tickets for its £20 Christmas lunch which people can buy anonymously for those in the community deserving of a treat.
Politicians answered questions from a 50-strong audience at the two-hour forum held at the Charis Centre in Water Lane.
The Christmas Eve Eve community sing-along at the bandstand in Sworder’s Field raises money for the food bank in Bishop’s Stortford.
Buntingford’s Ward Freman Pool will shut because East Herts Council can’t guarantee swimmers’ safety – but campaigners are fundraising to save it.
The canine culprit is believed to be a small grey animal being walked on a retractable lead.
In November, operations hit their peak, and on a typical day, 65,000 parcels pass through the company’s Stansted base – 60% inbound and 40% exports.
Residents and businesses in Uttlesford have until 5pm on December 18 to register their views on the district council’s draft Local Plan.