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A MAN from Essex is one of two people arrested in connection with the dissapearance of £450,000 worth of solar panels.
A caravan park has been banned from building on a disputed area of green belt following a “long history of enforcement action” from Chelmsford City Council.
Today the News Media Association has launched the #Don'tBeDuped campaign - encouraging people to call out fake local newspapers.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a popular publican dubbed Clacton’s oldest landlady after she died from coronavirus.
A MIRACLE teenager who was told he would never walk is embarking on a fundraising challenge in aid of the hospital which changed his life.
Waitrose has said it will no longer sell children’s magazines containing plastic disposable toys in its latest move to tackle pollution.
A MAN who was found hauling guns and ammunition in the boot of his car in Colchester was acting as “the armourer” for a criminal group, a court heard.
Pub landlords could be given powers to turn customers away if they have not had a Covid vaccine.
Two inmates at Chelmsford Prison have died in the space of three days.
A DRUG runner who hoped to make a £1,000 per week career out of street dealing has been locked up for a minimum of 20 years after stabbing a man to death.
Working from home could soon become the norm as ministers look to make flexible working a permanent feature of life after coronavirus, with plans to strengthen employees' right to work from home or ask for different hours.
A 'mini heatwave' is said to be on its way to the UK - just as lockdown rules are eased.
No final decisions have been made on vaccinating children against Covid-19, a Government advisor has said.
John Lewis is to shut eight more stores but its only Essex shop will reopen after lockdown.
A CHARITY which helps train people who are not in employment has received a financial boost worth thousands of pounds from the Government.
THE owners of a water sports company launched during the coronavirus pandemic are now expanding their business after riding a wave of “unbelievable” success.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has defended her overhaul of asylum seeker after allegations they are "inhumane" as she confirmed the UK will look at sending migrants overseas for processing.
AN adorable and friendly feline with a “quirky way of walking” and sight issues is hoping to finally meet a family who will love him for who he is.
THE heroics of nurses must never be forgotten, according to an event planner preparing to honour NHS staff.
A warning has been issued over a Royal Mail "unpaid" post scam in the UK.