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Braintree and Witham Times News
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14 more sites are being added to where residents can pick up Covid tests in Essex.
CHANGES to a law which could’ve seen abusers put on the violent and sex offender register have been reversed in Parliament.
The discovery of 77 UK cases of a coronavirus variant first detected in India could be a cause for concern, an expert has said.
A date has been confirmed for the full inquest into the death of TV star and businessman Mick Norcross.
A Banksy-style artwork has appeared in a city centre street.
Essex could yet see more snowfall before the end of the month, according to the county's weather centre.
THOUSANDS of parents will discover the outcome of their primary school applications today.
NO-ONE should suffer in silence.
The National Lottery is increasing the age limit of players in the UK from next week.
A PASSIONATE group of residents are aiming to clean up every bit of rubbish accumulated in recent years.
A restaurant owner is concerned as business was nowhere near as busy as he expected when they reopened as part of the second phase of lockdown lifting.
A FATHER accidentally struck three teenagers with a car without realising when he attempted to flee the scene of an attack, a court heard.
CARE home staff will be required by law to receive a coronavirus vaccination under plans by the Government - as figures reveal nearly a quarter of workers in Essex have not had a first dose.
Bovingdon Road in Bocking is blocked after a car crashed into a telegraph pole.
Visitors to Great Notley Country Park may be disappointed this weekend as the play trail is closed for maintenance work.
Police are appealing for help to trace a prisoner who has absconded from prison.
Witham Town Council has joined the flood of tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh.
AN Asperger's champion who has featured on The Undateables on Channel 4 and an autistic trainer will be the key-note speakers at a charity's annual conference.
A Covid testing site in Witham will stop offering rapid tests for people as of next week.
I am horrified at the proposed development of land north of Kelvedon Station, off Coggeshall Road, by Parker Strategic Land (PSL). This involves erecting 600 houses on prime agricultural land, adding 1,000-plus vehicles to the already-overcrowded and insufficient local road network.