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The meeting to decide whether to allow Stansted to boost its passenger capacity by 8m a year finally came to a nail-biting finish last night, but has left a bitter taste in the mouths of some of those present.

A failed asylum seeker is battling to stay in Britain to protect her daughter from the risk of female genital mutilation.

A way forwards may now be on the horizon in the ongoing row between Tendring District Council and St John’s Nursery, without the nursery being forced to shut down its popular Christmas Wonderland attraction.

The daughters of a 38-year-old Bury St Edmunds woman murdered by a stalker have lost a High Court damages battle.

A village’s 10-year battle to keep a popular beauty spot as its green has been won in the Court of Appeal.

A business which hosts a popular Christmas Wonderland event in Essex has hit back after being told to stop trading over highways and planning concerns.

Victims of abuse at a private school are only getting a fraction of compensation they had been promised. Today more ex-pupils come forward to tell of their anger.

Ex-pupils who were beaten and sexually abused by staff at a boarding school will get only a small slice of the agreed compensation, after a seven-year legal fight ended in frustration.

Travellers have pitched up on land which is the official car parking site for a popular Essex airshow.

Campaigners against plans to expand passenger numbers at Stansted Airport claim they have “substantial grounds” for refusing them.

A community leader has spoken of his relief at how a controversial vision for 300 new homes has been rejected.

An appeal to build 300 homes in Kesgrave has been dismissed by the Planning Inspectorate – more than two years after the original decision was made.

Campaigners trying to stop Stansted Airport from expanding its passenger numbers have registered their intention to take their case to court to get it decided nationally.

A legal challenge against plans to build a major leisure complex on the edge of Colchester has been thrown out.

A north Essex council has defended spending nearly £9,000 of taxpayers’ money on a failed legal bid to shut down a “Christmas Wonderland”.

An Ipswich man has been banned from the road after riding what he thought was ‘a kid’s toy’ while over the cannabis limit and without a proper licence.

Dates for a fresh planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave have been confirmed, after the Government admitted last year’s inquiry made errors.

Suffolk’s biggest new housing development in years is set to bring almost £100million in investment in community projects, including roads, schools, public transport and green spaces, it can be revealed.

Fresh from his retirement from international cricket commentary, Henry Blofeld isn’t just yet declare just yet and is returning to the region on his farewell tour, looking back at 50 years behind the Test Match Special microphone.

The Government has been accused of being “culpable” for failures over a nuclear clean-up contract that cost the taxpayer up to £122m.

The head of a well-known estate agency firm in Woodbridge says it is “business as usual”, despite two related companies being wound-up in the High Court.

Alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love has said he may help British investigators prepare charges against him to prevent the case remaining open against him indefinitely.


Monday, February 12, 2018


The parents of alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love have spoken of their relief after the High Court ruled he should not be extradited to the United States.

Alleged computer hacker Lauri Love will not be sent to the United States to face trial, the High Court has ruled.

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 grants an automatic right of renewal to tenants of business premises, known as “security of tenure”, unless the landlord and tenant agree, before the lease is granted, to exclude the statutory right to renew.

A Suffolk man accused of cyber-hacking US agencies will find out next week if his appeal to avoid extradition is successful.

Construction giant Carillion had just £29m in cash by the time it went bust, its interim chief executive has said.

A Colchester town centre firm has said it will continue to campaign for tougher criteria for out-of-town retail parks after a judge rejected its High Court challenge to block such a development.

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