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A woman was left trapped after the collision this morning.
Firefighters tackled a car fire in the middle of a forest road.
Company Everyone Active praised for facilities.
Meetings for parents considering sending their children to a new academy school will start next week.
A new bullying awareness project has been launched.
Volunteers claim some people referred by GPs and job centre choose not to seek support.
Man wanted in connection with Chigwell break-in.
Hundreds of pupils gathered to hear radio presenter Simon Mayo read from his new children’s book.
Jake Seaton, 20, was charged today with stealing the fuel from St Clare's Hospice in Hastingwood.
A village hall is hosting a fete to encourage people to do their Christmas shopping locally.
Controversial housing plan approved by one vote, but complaint made over councillor's relationship with developer.
A three-year-old girl who suffers from a rare illness will be fitted with a life-changing, specialised wheelchair, after a successful £15,000 fundraising bid.
There have been mixed reactions from local landlords over the news that pubs owned by large companies may get more freedom to choose where they buy their beer.
This year's Light up a Life ceremony in Waltham Abbey will see friends and families come together to remember people at Christmas time.
The school recently added £39,000 to their fundraising total after a 40 member team completed the The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon.
There are currently delays on the M25 following an earlier accident between two lorries.
Two charities from Epping were awarded funds from Lloyds Bank Community Fund this week.
A group of volunteers raised £1400 for a charity at the weekend.
Developer seeking to tear down 100-year-old pub to build flats.
A musical is to be performed by a cast of air cadets to commemorate the lost soldiers of the First World War.
The Essex police and crime commissioner (PCC) has said he is "deeply sorry" for how his force failed a child victim of rape who wrote to officers questioning how they investigated the crime.
A man was taken to hospital after catching his finger in a saw.
An annual Christmas lights switch-on will be followed by a Italian market later this month.
A fire which damaged a speed camera is believed to have been started deliberately.
A father left paralysed after a stroke three years ago has been honoured after qualifying as a gym instructor and helping other survivors rebuild their lives.
A man has appeared in court charged with stealing from a petrol station safe.
A woman has died after being hit by a Transit van yesterday.
Money will pay for further community support.
A Christmas fete is set to be held this weekend.
Victim, in his 50s, remains in a stable condition.
Andrew Murray of Haslers Chartered Accountants was named as Trainee of the Year at the 2014 Accounting WEB Practice Excellence Awards in London.
A scaffolder and a labourer who risked their lives and endangered the public around them with ‘precarious and unsafe’ work at a Chelsea property have been prosecuted.
The best and worst GP’s in Epping Forest were revealed in a report released this week.
One person was trapped yesterday following a four vehicle crash on the M11.
A party night raising money for clinical cancer trials at local hospitals has been arranged by a former patient.
No motive for assault on man in his 70s.
A woman has been taken to hospital with leg and head injuries after being hit by a car.
An accountant who plans to tackle seven marathons in a week next year is running a marathon in Sainsbury's.
Councillors have confirmed that new properties built as part of a £4m housing project will only be let to families on their housing register.
Over £1,000 has been raised to fund the future of a popular heritage attraction.
The runner-up to Britain’s Got Talent 2012 is to perform at a fundraising concert for local charities.
Number of fines issued across the region last year released.
A junior school has been ranked as one of the top 100 in the country.
A woman was taken to hospital after falling and hitting her head yesterday.
An annual tree festival is set to return after a five year interval.
A man was taken to a specialist care unit after hitting his head whilst collapsing at the weekend.
A new business is said to have made a 'huge difference' after becoming the sponsor of a children's football team.
Sites in Loughton and Debden earmarked for development.
Severe delays are currently affecting the London-bound M11
Street lights are to stay on all night on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
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