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Chelmsford Weekly News News
Updated: 20 min 19 sec ago
When someone dies with no will or known family, their property passes to the Crown as ownerless property.
These are the NHS workers from Essex known to have died after contracting Covid-19 - as the shocking number of carers who have died during the pandemic was revealed.
A FURTHER 62 deaths linked to coronavirus have been recorded at hospitals in Essex.
The national lockdown needs to be toughened further to have a similar impact on case numbers as the March shutdown, scientists have said.
A MAN will spend three years behind bars after he was convicted of manslaughter.
A POPULAR streaming service will be hiking up its prices from next month – but here are some tips to save a few pennies.
OUT with the old and in with the new.
WHAT better time to delve into the depths of a novel is there than during the coldest winter months?
As we enter a third national lockdown, the Government is once again urging people to stringently follow social distancing rules.
MORE than 15,000 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Essex last week.
Here are the death notices published in the Gazette this week:
AN Essex district has seen one of the biggest rises in infection rates in the country.
RESIDENTS across Essex are being urged to stay at home ahead of the first weekend in the latest national lockdown.
TWO more people have been arrested in connection with an assault which left a man with life-changing injuries.
A MAN who sexually assaulted a woman and attacked a teenage girl has been jailed.
A CAR believed to have a family inside became stranded while trying to cross a causeway during rising tides prompting a rescue mission.
THE parents of a teenage girl who went missing and sparked a search campaign have thanked the public for helping bring their daughter home safely.
ESSEX residents have wracked up more than 500 Covid-related fines since the begining of March.
EXERCISE has been a saving grace for many of us stuck inside during the pandemic.
Clap for Carers returned last night (January 7) to applaud the heroes of the pandemic-but it has been met with some criticism.