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Braintree and Witham Times
Braintree and Witham Times News
Updated: 1 hour 17 min ago
RESIDENTS without coronavirus symptoms looking to collect a swab test at a site in Clacton will soon no longer be able to following a change in Government policy.
HOMEOWNERS were temporarily left without access to water earlier today after a water pipe burst and destructively ripped through a busy road.
A GRANDMOTHER who was left unable to move after becoming trapped in mud had to be rescued by firefighters.
A DIGITAL team which helps those in need connect with their loved ones has reminded isolated residents they will remain on hand throughout the lockdown.
AN investigation has been launched into a disturbance which occurred on New Year's Day in Braintree.
A BEAUTIFUL blanket of snow draped across parts of Essex this morning, transforming nearly everything it touched into a picturesque scene.
I read B Miller’s letter (Times, January 7) and I would like to respond to some of the points made.
OFFICERS have jokingly encouraged suspected drug dealers to pop by Colchester Police Station to claim their stash of seized substances.
PARTS of Essex have experienced some degree of snowfall this morning. Stay with us for any updates on how the snow is impacting the county.
CORONAVIRUS ambassadors have been consistently “welcomed” by businesses when carrying out checks to ensure they are complying with restrictions.
A savvy mum used just £20 to transform her kitchen into this Alice in Wonderland-themed Mad Hatter's party for her daughter.
THE Dutch Quarter is one of the oldest parts of Colchester.
A local hospital has opened as a Covid vaccine centre.
TALKS are underway about installing a skate park in Coggeshall.
New data has revealed that Essex is one of the worst places in the country for drivers being fined for using their mobiles, facing over £2.6m worth of fines.
Essex is known for its rich history, towns, beaches and countryside but where exactly is the best place to live in the county?
AS the coronavirus pandemic continues to run riot across the country, parents will understandably be concerned about their young children catching the virus.
IT can’t be denied – the global pandemic has put a halt on many of the regular activities we enjoy such as outings to the cinema, dining out at a restaurant, or having a chat with some mates down the pub.
HERE are the death notices published in the Gazette this week:
TWO Essex towns have been revealed as the happiest places to work, according to a new study.