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Chelmsford Weekly News
Chelmsford Weekly News News
Updated: 2 hours 26 min ago
A DISGRACED bar worker who stole hundreds of pounds from a veterans’ club has “let himself and everyone down”, a disappointed charity chairwoman has said.
Tributes have been paid to an Essex Police officer who has died after a battle with Covid-19.
The newly named Storm Christoph is set to bring high winds and heavy rain to the UK.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is leading today's Downing Street press conference after the Government said vaccines will be offered to millions of over 70s and the clinically vulnerable from this week.
Mars Petcare UK is recalling some of its dry foods due to concerns over how much vitamin D they contain.
This week millions more people will start to be offered a coronavirus vaccine across the country.
A woman has been issued a £200 fine for refusing to self isolate after testing positive for Covid.
Although it’s not scientifically accurate many of us are feeling the ‘symptoms’. Blue Monday isn’t real, but feeling blue definitely is.
A murder investigation has been launched and a man has been arrested after the death of a woman in Colchester.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock will lead a Downing Street press conference this evening after the Government said vaccines will be offered to millions of over 70s and the clinically extremely vulnerable from this week.
WE'RE heading out to the coast for today's round of pub nostalgia.
STAFF from more than 100 organisations in north Essex are being administered coronavirus vaccinations.
A DOCTORS surgery has had to temporarily close its doors after a number of staff members tested positive for coronavirus.
Here is a run down of the latest coronavirus infection rate figures for Colchester, Tendring and mid Essex.
Police fined a woman who flouted coronavirus rules by driving from Colchester to Norwich to deliver a birthday present.
NATIONAL lockdown restrictions are unlikely to start to be eased before early March, the vaccines Minister has said.
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A DAD and his son are pounding the streets to raise money for the hospital that saved his two youngest boys' lives.
THOUSANDS of laptops are being distributed across Essex to help children in lockdown with their lessons.
FIGURES have revealed the East of England has administered the least coronavirus vaccines out of any other region in the country.