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Updated: 1 hour 10 min ago
PRANKSTERS across Essex have conjured up some rather creative April Fool’s jokes to trick people with this morning.
The Easter bank holiday is nearly upon us so we have taken a look at what the weather has in store for the next four days.
Here are the top tips for this evening's race meet at Chelmsford City Racecourse, courtesy of Betfair.
The Metropolitan Police are investigating allegations that two female officers were raped by a male colleague.
A BRAVE teenager who suffered devastating injuries in a hit-and-run crash may never walk unaided again.
A new bank holiday should be introduced in September to help the tourism industry in the UK recover from Covid.
POLICE investigating the disappearance of student Richard Okorogheye are conducting searches in Essex after a new confirmed sighting last placed him in the area.
THE transgender flag has been flying outside Essex Police's headquarters today to mark International Transgender Day of Visibility.
POLICE are advising residents on how to reduce the risk of having their catalytic converters stolen.
A father who was jailed for the manslaughter of his son, nearly 20 years after he shook him as a baby, has had his sentence reduced by the Court of Appeal.
A teenager has died after falling from a railway viaduct in Spring Road, Ipswich.
The nation’s hottest ever March temperature of 25.6C (78F), was recorded in 1968 at Mepal in Cambridgeshire.
As Easter weekend fast approaches, forecasters have revealed what weather we can expect to see over the bank holiday.
An Essex drug dealer who concealed £1.6 million, or 20kg, of cocaine within an armchair has been locked up.
New rules allowing commercial premises in England to be converted into homes are to come into force.
Essex County Council has warned recycling centres may have to be temporarily closed by police if they get too busy over the Easter Bank Holiday.
THE boss of leading airline Ryanair believes “all Covid restrictions” will be removed on summer holidays to European countries by the summer.
Part of the A12 remains closed this evening after a crash involving a van and a motorcycle.
The A12 has been closed this afternoon as the air ambulance has landed at a crash involving a van and a motorbike.
The Health Secretary has said it is "absolutely fine" for people to travel to see friends outside after a police chief revealed the new ‘stay local’ message was not legally enforceable.