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Secondary school students will not be forced to wear face coverings in classrooms, as some will be “anxious and nervous” about wearing them, an education minister has said.
The Prime Minister Johnson is set to lead a coronavirus press conference this afternoon.
Schools are welcoming students back from today - but can you be fined for not sending your child back to school?
Motorists are facing delays on the A12 this lunchtime following a crash.
An NHS front line worker has spoken of his dismay after he was suspended from a hospital for telling Covid deniers on Facebook to follow government rules.
THE next phase of a major highways project in Chelmsford is due to get underway later this month.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's explosive Oprah interview will air this evening on UK television - here's how to watch.
AN URGENT weather warning has been issued across Essex for Wednesday and Thursday this week.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s televised interview with Oprah Winfrey unleashed a dramatic set of bombshell revelations, set to be broadcast tonight in the UK.
These are the lockdown resrictions which are being eased in England on Monday.
Part of the A12 Londonbound near Colchester is blocked this morning after a two-vehicle crash.
A FEMALE on-call firefighter said the confidence she gained from stepping into the role is “second to none” as she encourages people to join the service.
Colchester and Clacton will host the penultimate stage of the 2021 Women's Tour cycle race.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a passionate university professor who had a “significant impact” on all those he taught and worked with.
AN NHS front line worker from Broomfield Hospital has been suspended for telling covid-deniers on Facebook to follow the government rules.
HERE are the death notices published in the Gazette this week:
There are plenty of north Essex firms offering afternoon tea for collection or delivery this Mother's Day - here are a few.
THE WORLD of social media influencers is estimated to be worth £8bn, with influencers, bloggers and vloggers earning eye-watering sums of money.
Tomorrow coronavirus restrictions will begin being eased in England.
Thousands of children in Essex will return to the classroom tomorrow for the first time in 2021.