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Updated: 30 min 54 sec ago
THE installation of a £1million bridge which has proved controversial but will provide easier access between two caravan parks has now been completed.
HUNDREDS of patients have waited a year for routine treatment at the trust which runs Colchester Hospital.
A FUMING councillor has branded the lack of desire to properly repair a road as “disgusting and dangerous” for drivers and residents.
THE installation of a zebra crossing near a primary school has finally been given the green light, much to the delight of a dedicated councillor.
THE eye-watering price tag of a slightly bland looking beach hut is testament to the rising popularity of staycations, according to one property expert.
A NEW temporary mortuary is set to open as the numbers of deaths from Covid-19 in Essex continue to rise.
HOUSEHOLDS will pay on average an extra £19.80 in council tax to help support adult social care in Essex.
A CONCERNED resident and furious campaigner fears a fresh planning application could “open the flood gates” for hundreds of homes but not much else if it is approved.
A VILLAGE’S last remaining pub could now be run by members of the community after an application put forward to convert it into homes was refused.
A FUMING councillor has said it “feels like a kick in the teeth” to see park benches which he spent months campaigning for destroyed.
NEARLY 200 student nurses have been welcomed at Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust before they begin work placements in March.
Priti Patel said the UK has a “long way to go” before coronavirus restrictions can be eased.
A new train station for Chelmsford could be scrapped because of “ongoing and unsubstantiated budget pressure”, Essex County Council (ECC) has warned.
The chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has stepped down following a period of ill health.
A hardworking postman is urging residents and MPs to be more understanding of the impact of Covid on deliveries.
Arts aficionado Dorian Kelly has come up with ten ways to ‘save’ Colchester. He believes we should trumpet and celebrate all that is special about our town, especially its rich history. Here are his first five suggestions.
IT'S amazing how things change.
Boris Johnson suffered a major Commons rebellion as Tory rebels - including three Essex MPs - narrowly failed in their bid to outlaw trade deals with countries that are committing genocide.
Essex Police has issued fines to people who travelled 45 miles for their fast-food fix.
A POPULAR village pub which was forced to close down as a result of the financial pressures of the coronavirus pandemic has been taken on by a new landlord.