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Updated: 2 hours 26 min ago
PARATROOPERS from Colchester have taken part in an exercise to hone their skills.
IT is estimated that the global economy loses about $1trillion in productivity, due to anxiety and depression.
DURING the height of the Covid pandemic, people tended to stay away from doctors’ surgeries.
MID Essex is home to some popular cultural attractions, incredible views, and historical sites.
Here are some great places to take your children to in Essex.
COLCHESTER’S top police officer is quick to talk up the borough.
THERE is never a shortage of people looking for jobs, whether you're looking for a fresh start, a pay rise or simply looking for fun.
Arts organisations across Essex are set for a “significant” funding boost from from Essex County Council.
EVERY day, at least five people start their search for a matching, unrelated stem cell donor.
ESSEX Police have provided an update on their ongoing investigation into concerning reports of spiking in Colchester.
The Met office have released their forecast for the weekend in Essex, with it either being cloudy or rainy for most locations.
A DISOBEDIENT deer caused traffic chaos after making its way onto a busy road during rush-hour before running off into the distance.
Holidaymakers in Morocco have described being “in limbo” trying to find a flight home after the country’s ban on UK flights.
POLICE officers are no longer looking for a man who had been missing for more than a month.
INTRUDERS targeted a university's student accommodation in a raid which resulted in a have-a-go hero being attacked as he bravely tried to stop them.
A RUSH-HOUR crash is blocking a busy road resulting in major traffic congestion.
RAILWAY volunteers have been honoured for their work to improve railway stations for their communities.
A MUM whose daughter was spiked during a night out has reacted in horror to reports of young clubbers being unknowingly injected with drugs.
A TRAUMATISED teenager who was left temporarily paralysed before waking up in an alleyway says her and her friend were spiked during a night out in Colchester.
The man accused of the terrorist murder of Sir David Amess allegedly began plotting to kill an MP two years ago, a court has heard.