Businesses and residents in the rural parts of Uttlesford now have access to broadband.
Bishops from the Catholic and Anglican churches visit the travellers site at Dale Farm.
Colchester paralympian Hannah Stodel talks about preparations for the London 2012 games.
What sentence would you pass if you were a magistrate?
Are places like Clacton Pier still commercially viable?
Amenesty International are criticising the evictions at Dale Farm.
Changes to the Access to Work scheme are causing problems for disabled people.
Muscular Dystrohpy sufferers are having trouble accessing cinemas.
Are We Being Served with Mary Archer Essex Probation Chief Executive.
A-Levels results are out and we are at the Univesity of Essex in the clearing centre.
Macmillan launch their coffee morning and a look at the latest unemployment figures.
A Love Canvey campaign has been started to support local business.
The Great Exhibition 2012 have been in Southend finding out why is it's great.
A Chelmsford businesswoman is keen to help other women achieve their career ambitions.
Do residents of South Woodham Ferrers like having the Brownstock festival so close?
Uttlesford District Council is proposing changes to its garden waste service.
A Harlow man has set up a Facebook group called dads against discrimination.
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Why have a family bought a pub in Radwinter that closed two years ago?