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Chelmsford Weekly News News
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OFFICERS from a community policing team have thanked members of the public for helping them discover and destroy thousands of cannabis plants.
A man has admitted the murder of a pub landlord in Braintree.
Parts of Essex may see disruptions this weekend, with the Met Office issuing a weather warning for heavy snow.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow tomorrow.
A pair of beavers have done a dam good job at helping save a village from flooding after heavy rainfall.
HARD-WORKING children have been embracing the challenges of remote learning.
Fraudsters claiming to be police officers persuaded elderly victims to withdraw more than £29,000 in cash before sending couriers to collect the money from their homes.
An NHS doctor has revealed she receives daily abusive messages on social media from Covid hoaxers.
FLOODING is causing huge problems in parts of north and mid Essex, with an urgent warning being issued to the public.
Flooding is set to sweep across parts of Colchester and north Essex today as river levels rise due to increased rainfall.
I am writing regarding your article about the community worker that was stopped by Lidi staff from purchasing an exceptionally large number of cereal packets (Gazette, January 13, “Community worker: ‘I was humiliated by supermarket’”).
A CINEMATIC event organised in a bid to relaunch an independent gangster movie has been cancelled by the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
CORONAVIRUS vaccinations are being rolled out in Dovercourt for the first time today.
Fraudsters are sending out fake texts to BBC TV licence holders offering a Covid refund payment in an attempt to steal personal and financial information.
UNHAPPY seasiders have hit out at careless and selfish rubbish dumpers for leaving a “terrible mess” at a full-to-the-brim bottle bank.
Move over EuroMillions, there’s a BIGGER jackpot hitting the headlines this week!
WITH the new year upon us and our country still battling the horrors of the coronavirus pandemic, it seems an important time to reflect on the grief and devastation experienced by so many.
ASYMPTOMATIC residents who believe they may have coronavirus will be able to check as a new fast testing centre has opened.
PLANS are in the pipeline for a new police base in the Harwich and Dovercourt area.
No new social distancing restrictions to combat the spread of coronavirus will be introduced “today or tomorrow”, Priti Patel has said.