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Updated: 38 min 11 sec ago
Public Health England has issued a warning to keep warm as the Met Office forecast a spell of cold weather.
A teenager accused of a neo-Nazi-inspired terrorist plot involving printed firearms has been given a trial date in the summer due to his young age and the "gravity" of the charges.
Armchair critic Desmond McCarron (Gazette Letters, January 4, “Changes are needed to avoid gridlock”) had a pop at Sir Bob Russell, asking “what, if any, changes Sir Bob managed to help engineer on the parlous state of Colchester transport during his long stint in public office”.
People who are recovering from coronavirus are being urged to register as plasma donors.
EVERYONE who tests positive for Covid could automatically be handed £500 to self-isolate.
Do you know someone who has gone the extra mile during the pandemic?
TODAY’S nostalgia spread features a real slice of history.
Everyone in England who tests positive for Covid-19 could automatically be given £500 as part of plans ministers are reportedly considering to boost quarantine compliance.
A CARE home boss has said it is an “honour” to see some of his elderly residents be the first in the region to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
TOWIE star and Essex businessman, Mick Norcross, has been found dead, it was reported tonight.
Part of the A12 at Kelvedon has been closed due to a broken down vehicle.
MORE than half of people aged 80 and over in the region have received their first dose of the Covid vaccine, figures reveal.
THE health secretary has revealed 80,000 people in south and mid Essex have now been given their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
The Met Office is warning of spells of heavy rain, sleet and snow this weekend.
Home Secretary Priti Patel will lead a Downing Street press conference tonight.
A FUNDRAISING page set up to support the family of a late firefighter has generated thousands of pounds.
More teachers in Essex were off work due to coronavirus than in many other places in England, new figures show.
LITTLE ones are continuing to have fun at a Colchester nursery.
Experts tracking the spread of Covid-19 in England say infections may have gone up at the start of January - despite a national lockdown being in place.
AN ambitious £2million project to improve a coastal community has moved one step closer to becoming a reality after a talented design team was appointed.