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Updated: 3 hours 32 min ago
It is “time for the tech sector to catch up”.
The Windsor Wonderland, with the Queen's extravagant decorations, has been revealed.
Anyone whose test was cancelled during the most recent lockdown will have to rebook.
Snow could be settling across the county very soon - warn forecasters.
A dozen horses who died in an arson attack will be remembered, three years on from the tragedy.
CONCERNED hospital bosses have acknowledged a need to “widen the remit” in order to better tackle the county’s worrying suicide rates.
Families of patients failed by mental health services are writing to the Government to express their disappointment after an indepedent inquiry was launched into events at the Linden Centre over a 20 year period.
TAXPAYERS are being asked for their thoughts on potentially paying more for policing and the fire service in Essex.
Experts advising the government ahead of the national rollout have advised against pregnant women taking the vaccine preferring a "precautionary approach".
DOG owners using a playing field are being reminded to clear up after their pooch to protect sports players and children.
McDonald's have announced new rules so if you’re planning to treat yourself anytime soon, there’s a few rules you’ll need to get your head around.
Downing Street said there was an “enormous amount of planning and preparation in place” for the distribution of a vaccine.
County council bosses appear to have admitted defeat in their fight to move to less stringent Covid rules before Christmas.
The UK has become the first country in the world to approve the coronavirus vaccine for widespread use.
FESTIVAL organisers are hosting a number of live jazz, folk and blues performances throughout the winter months.
International television awards will celebrate the industry icon’s 60-year presenting career
The streaming giant provided UK specific data as listeners share their top artists of 2020 via Spotify Wrapped.
"We’ll be vaccinating people whether or not they’ve had COVID."
As Essex is placed under tier two restrictions, a number of districts are within the lowest 25 areas for infection rate in the country.
YESTERDAY MPs voted on the Government’s strengthened tiered system of coronavirus restrictions.