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Chelmsford Weekly News
Chelmsford Weekly News News
Updated: 20 min 55 sec ago
I wish to say how impressed my wife and I were when we attended the Fryatt Memorial Hospital, Dovercourt.
THE new year started in the best possible fashion for happy couple Ryan and Elysia Harvey.
STORM Christoph is set to batter Essex in the next 24 hours and bring heavy rainfall across the county.
THESE are challenging times for local businesses.
A FORMER policeman has questioned why care home residents like his elderly and vulnerable mother-in-law are still waiting to be vaccinated.
A CONCERNED carer has called on health bosses to vaccinate elderly people in their own homes to prevent them from having to queue outside in the freezing cold.
Britain has recorded a record 1,610 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, the highest total since the pandemic began.
POLICE are urging residents to remain vigilant over winter after three deer were shot dead by poachers.
A GREAT-GRANDFATHER and viral TikTok sensation is hoping a viral video inspires more people to go and get the Covid vaccine.
A MAN from Essex has been arrested in connection with a fatal three car crash.
A MAN from Chelmsford has been arrested in connection with a fatal three car crash.
ZOOKEEPERS have taken on the mammoth annual task adding up all of Colchester Zoo's mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and insects.
COUNCILS are set to get extra powers to slap drivers with £70 fines for minor driving offences after a shake up of the rules.
GAZETTE readers are being asked to jump in a puddle and help raise £1m for Cancer Research UK.
Drivers in Essex could be invalidating their insurance if they are on the roads when Storm Christoph hits later this week.
ONE in eight people in England were estimated to have already had Covid-19 by December, new figures show.
A GROUP of very lucky neighbours are now celebrating after winning money in a prize draw all thanks to where they live.
A KEEN photographer has described the “unnerving” moment a cliff started to crumble just metres away from where he and his partner were walking their dogs.
Heavy rain is expected to see flooding to homes and businesses - weather experts are warning.
A HOSPITAL trust administered more vaccines than ever before at the weekend.